• Ahmed Nooh

    The artist Ahmed Nooh joined the Visual Arts Center for four years, during which he produced works of art in the drawing and painting unit. He also participated in many artistic workshops. He tends more to experiment with the material used through abstraction as a basis for his artistic vision.  He is a Member of the Souq Waqif Center for Fine Arts, and Member of the Katara’ Fine Arts Association.

  • Aisha Al Malki

    Aisha Al Malki, Born in 1988 in Doha Qatar, Aisha Al Malki is a self-taught artist. First started with photography and grew slowly branching out to different mediums such as painting, editing. Aisha’s art theme is focused on a mixture of modern art with classical art. 

  • Aisha Al-Fadhala

    Aisha Al-Fadhala is an emerging Qatari artist best known for her playful, as well as colorful elements she tends to include in her artworks. Pop Art has long been an interest for Aisha due to its vibrancy in terms of colors as well as the accessibility of adding hidden concepts that could possibly go unnoticed by most viewers.

  • Alexandra Oddie

    "Masking a surface with an alternative skin."  Repetitive processes and the regular reproduction of sculptural form are dominant factors in my professional practice.  In past project work and collaborations, site specific exhibition has been common in finalising my project briefs.  Always challenging scale to make a visual impression.  I challenge all scales when it comes to redesigning a surface area.

  • Diogo Esteves aka PSTR

    PSTR is the heteronym of Diogo Esteves, motion graphic designer.  After studying Architecture for a while, decided to change paths and moved to London to study animation at Ravensbourne.  Has done work for artist´s live shows, corporate events and media.  Using the PSTR name for personal work, he explores different ideas, software and mediums to create digital images and worlds.

  • Fatima Al-Nuaimi

    Fatima Al-Nuaimi is a graduate of Art Education, Qatar University. She is a member of the Qatar Society of Fine Arts. She has participated in many local and international exhibitions. She always seeks through her artworks to search for the meanings associated with the form and dealt with that through several contemporary methods and media such as video art, art assemblage and paintings. Search for the truth behind the visual image is its passion to show simplicity and artistic beauty.

  • Fatima Mohammed

    Fatima Mohammed is a contemporary Qatari artist, born in 1993, who works in mixed media, printmaking and installation art. She also creates her own homemade inks from medicine that is meant to cure her back ailment. In 2016, Fatima graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University Qatar with a bachelor's degree in Painting and Printmaking and a minor in Art History. Fatima has had two group shows in katara art center and one group show in Virginia Commonwealth University Qatar.

  • Islam Shehab

    As an Interdisciplinary designer with an architecture background, Islam blends creativity with technical precision. Islam takes inspiration from his environment interjecting vibrant color and bold composition into all forms of art he produces.

  • May Al Mannai

    May Almannai is a self taught visual artist. Her main style is digital painting that depicts surreal characters and environments through a combination of digital painting, color and painted textures.  May has worked in Aljazeera children’s channel and Baraem tv for four years as an illustrator and story boarder. She has worked as a freelancer for various business and theater. Her most notable work is a book she illustrated for Bloomsbury Qatar that was nominated in Etisalat for best book award.  

  • Mubarak Nasser Al-Thani

    Mubarak Nasser Al-Thani is a Doha-born Qatari Painter who recently moved from New York City back to Qatar. He started painting lines at the age of 14, which then developed into more dimensional objects. He then dedicated 2 full years painting just cubes. After years of painting, he tumbled on a character that he met along the way: “Curious Cubo”. Cubo takes form in a cubist human figure and recurs in many paintings in various positions. Cubo’s gender is still undetermined.

  • Paul Valentine

    Paul likes to go for long walks in the mountains and make drawings of them. He thinks that a connection to the natural world is more meaningful than to a digital one. In the past few years, his focus has been on woodblock printmaking. He enjoys the balance between the rough act of carving the wood, and the delicate process of printing. Paul adds personal style to traditional techniques, such as brushing acrylic paint onto the wood panels, rather than rolling ink, this technique creates unique mono-prints.

  • Rachel Leah Cohn

    Rachel Leah Cohn is an interdisciplinary artist working with painting, sculpture, video and performance. She values experimentation, collaboration and trying to find new ways to describe the world around her. Recent projects have included an attempt to study the inner life of oysters, building a portable sauna with green tea steam and searching for mirages out in the desert of Zekreet.  Rachel has exhibited her work internationally, as well as attending many artist residencies around the world.

  • Ryan Browning

    Ryan Browning is an American artist living in Doha, Qatar. He has exhibited and curated in galleries and museums internationally. His work usually takes the form of paintings depicting shallow, map-like landscapes and spaces containing sculptural forms and collections of objects.

  • Shouq Al-Mana

    Shouq Al-Mana is a Qatari Artist who received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from Virginia Commonwealth University in Qatar 2017, majoring in Painting and Printmaking. She is a visual artist interested in the presence of culture and poetry in contemporary society. She works in painting as well as expanded practice of performance art, abstraction and sculpture. Her artworks aim to stimulate conversation on the contemporary culture and the past historical narrative of Qatar.

  • Wajiha Pervez

    Wajiha Pervez is a textile designer, materials enthusiast and traveler from Pakistan completing her graduate studies at Virginia Commonwealth University in Qatar.  Living between Netherlands, Qatar, Dubai and Pakistan, Wajiha has gained knowledge of a broad spectrum of international design. Dividing her time between work, exhibitions, research and workshops, Wajiha aims to share her knowledge and create meaningful dialogues between human, environment and culture through design interaction.

  • Yasser Al Mulla

    Born in 1980, with a background in Law as well as engineering. Since childhood he had an interest in art, always scribbling on any scraps and papers until he took up drawing in 2015.  His works convey the idea that no matter how old you are, there will always be possibilities for the emergence of your talent.

  • Yassmin Al-Khasawneh

    Yassmin Al-Khasawneh is an Architect. She received her bachelor’s degree in Architecture from the German Jordanian University in 2012, during which she interned in Zaha Hadid architects in Hamburg. She is a graduate of the Masters of Science program at the Integrative Technologies and Architectural Design Research (ITECH), University of Stuttgart.

  • Yousef Bahzad

    His work consists of mainly painting and experimental photography practices, they supplement and feed into one another, in regards to tone, color, and imagery.  He is interested in the concept of monoliths and other structures embedded within the land.