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Beams of Light

Samah Kthar


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This stunning painting, which has been exhibited at the University of Michigan, is the culmination of six trials, each one building upon the last as the artist pushed the boundaries of their craft. Through many phases and evolutions, the painting gradually transformed into its current state, a testament to the artist's dedication and skill. At its completion, this painting became the artist's largest work to date, filling the canvas with a rich tapestry of color and depth. With its striking use of light and shadow, the painting is sure to make a statement and draw the viewer in, offering a tantalizing glimpse into the artist's creative process and the intricate layers that make up the final composition.

60"H × 48"W × 2"D
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acrylic and gold lead on canvas


Samah Kthar is an artist fueled by harnessing present-moment experience and transforming it into something tangible to share. She believes the way to express and connect with others, is through art. Kthar's science background and therapeutic approach are applied and reflected within her work. Kthar's interest is to understand and merge theories of science, math, and psychology into her artistic expressions. Kthar believes it is critical to spread inspiration to others in order to create a more empathetic world. Kthar's paintings are emotionally charged and unplanned from beginning to completion. Her range of works is dependent on mood, setting, circumstances, time period, and so on. Kthar’s inspirations include the future of technology, implications of quantum physics, the shifts taking place in the world, golden ratio, platonic solids, flower of life, complimentary alternative medicines, nostalgic memories, and the history of ancient civilizations.

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