Then and Now – paintings by Mona El-Bayoumi

Paint flows from the mind and hands of Mona El-Bayoumi like a river. This exhibition of her work mid-career follows the currents of her thoughts about social justice, identity, beauty, and the role art plays in life’s progression. This exhibition features over 50 drawings and paintings in color and black and white.

Summer Sunshine

Summer Sunshine features a wide-ranging sale of work by new artists, plus some familiar Gallery artists, as well as textiles, jewelry crafts and special surprises, all for sale to benefit the Jerusalem Fund and Gallery Al-Quds. Visitors are welcome during our regular working hours,  M-F 9:30- 5, August 15-31 or during our Open House, Sunday August 27, 2-5 pm.

 

Resilient

Patterning informs the work of Samar Hussaini as she seeks to interpret Palestinian dress in the idiom of abstraction. Incorporating words, ornamental motifs, and images of repression and legacy, her art focuses on resilience and identity.

 

They Have Names – Photographs by Daniel Sonnentag

Berlin-based photographers Daniel Sonnentag and Kai Wiedenhöfer portray the human impact of the Syrian conflict. Their works, which approach the subject from different points of view, were exhibited at Gallery Al-Quds and the Goethe-Institut as a way to highlight this urgent humanitarian crisis.

For the Love of Abstraction

Award winning contemporary artist Vian Shamounki Borchert presents her latest abstract expressionist paintings, “visual poems” derived from the beauty of nature through the changes of the seasons.

16 Prints by David Roberts

The Jerusalem Fund has received a legacy from the late Professor Emeritus Brian Peter Johnston of Carnegie Mellon University, comprising 16 Orientalist prints, 14 of which are by David Roberts.