I see the world 50 times more prettier than the average person. My paintings are the mirrors reflecting this beauty. Are there any eyes out there able to stimulate this joy?
My art represents a subtle restless search in the inner world of human creature, trying to reveal the psychological and spiritual problems modern man seems to face. With my art - I feel I'm helping to heal the feeling of meaningless life and spiritual poverty which represents a current crisis for many people. To me, color is a sense and the lines represent determination, using both, I construct my work through a joyful process.
What The Critics Have Said About Abelseed Art:
* "The power and unique force of this international artist's work can take one's breath away." (Belanthi Gallery, Brooklyn, New York City, 1995)
* "His work is different and full of life. It looks like a new vision of a new world being born. The message of it could carry the idea of a new inner power for a kind of art which has started to lose its spirit." (Dorothy L. Hansen, Poet-Lecturer, Crosby Hall- London, England, October 1983)
* "Abelseed's work is full of life. Viewing it makes you think of a great talent surrounded with rich imagination. He's got strong keen ability to go deep inside the human character looking for those unknown senses and hidden abilities. He uses his sharp imagination to destroy the realistic structure of human features and rebuilds his own figures revealing what he achieved from his journeys. What is amazing is not his unique style of recreation of human features, but it's how he makes you feel. The whole processseems to be very easy on his hand." (Professor Alfred Hinton, University Of Michigan Atr College, September 1990)
Abelseed's work is represented internationally in many private and corporated collections, including Canada, France, Spain, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.
Abelseed has show-cased his work in many group and solo exhibitions in the U.S, Europe and Asia. He sold more than 600 paintings and drawings to private collectors and museums from the year 1976 to 2010.
*Jersey City, City Hall Building NJ, USA, July 2008
*Atelier Jeddah, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, December 2010
*Ward Lawrence Gallery, Soho, New York City, USA, October 1993
*Gallery 69, New York City, July 1992
*Le Minotaure Gallery, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA, October 1991
*Redec Plaza Art Gallery, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, November 1986 & July 1981
*Manchester Library Hall, Manchester, United Kingdom, January 1983
*The October Gallery, London, United Kingdom, November 1982 (invitation)
*Al-Fonso Gallery, Madrid, Spain, September 1995
*African Cultural Center, London, England, November 1982
*French Cultural Center, Khartoum, Sudan, 1978
*(Off The Main) Art Fair, Soho, New York City, 2004
*Savacou Gallery, New York City, April 2005 & July 1996 & September 1992
*Belathi Gallery, Brooklyn, New York City, 1994
*Ro Gallery, New York City, 1994
*Wares For Art Inc., Soho, New York City, September 1995
*Redic Plaza Art Gallery, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, 1989 &1986
His work is part of the collections of:
*City Bank Group, New York City, U.S.A
*Ouvrard Christ Collection, Adidas Designer's Group, Germany
*I.S. Brown Collection, Beverly Hills, California, U.S.A
*G.Campbell Collection, Reuters America inc. New York City, U.S.A
*K.G Producer, B.B.C News, B.B.C Corp. New York City, U.S.A
*K. Tsutsui, M.P Collection, Tokyo,Japan
*P.D.S Smith, Wares For Art Collection, New York City, U.S.A and much more.
Abelseed currently lives and works at the Hudson River Valley, south of New York City and is seeking a Gallery representation in Europe or Asia.