Chrislam sculpture


 One Symbol One Religion

This Chrislam  sculpture inspired to syncretize Christianity with Islam.

While it began in Nigeria in the 1980s, Chrislamic ideas have spread throughout much of the world. The essential concept of Chrislam is that Christianity and Islam are compatible, that one can be a Christian and a Muslim at the same time.

Chrislam is not an actual religion of its own, but a blurring of the differences and distinctions between Christianity and Islam. imagine a new world  one symbol one  Religion. Christianity and Islam having similar teachings on morals and ethics, or the need for the two largest monotheistic religions to unite to fight against the rise of atheism and alternative spirituality. Chrislam is viewed by some as the solution for the ongoing conflict between the Western world, which is predominantly Christian, and the Middle East, which is predominantly Muslim.



Media:  Acrylic Paint on Canvas

Dimension 40″x 60″

Adam & Eve

“Wonder Boy”

                “Wonder Boy”


                       Acrylic on canvas 150x150cm

                     located in London.

Conflict of Belonging

Conflict of Belonging

“Conflict of Belonging”


Acrylic on canvas

150×150 cm

located in Dubai 

 Prisoner of her thoughts, and between the past struggle and the hope of freedom.

liberty and new beginning, this woman has so much personality behind her drawn expressions. she closed her eye in “the blue” with so much serenity like she’s finally free of what used to be a heavy burden:” the contradictable thoughts of her mind “.

Now's The Time

Now’s The Time

    “Now’s The Time”


Acrylic on canvas  150 x 150 cm

located in Dubai

The whole painting is composed of varying scenes on one landscape,

one globe and one seascape thats connecting surreal , creating a metaphorical “avant-garde” Killing machine, a society destroyer , a unnatural ” human” force ruling the planet earth.

Now’s The Time is that inner voice calling the society for a new resurrection. a new perspective… for a peaceful living.





Acrylic on canvas 200 x 200 cm

        located in Lebanon

This self portrait of ” Frida Kahlo” is a time-machine painting combining her dramatic phases of life puzzled on a flashback destination to retrace a new path of colored life, jovial spirit, communist beliefs. back to where it all began. her BLUE HOUSE… : THE CASA AZUL”

Proof of Life

Proof of Life


Acrylic on canvas 200x150cm

Located in Madrid

Proof of life is a beautiful trusting face beneath a reflective color filter applied to highlight the parts of its life in purple and gold.

This face reflects the age of wisdom,, fulfilled with the lessons and experiences of life versus an empty colorless outline of a free silhouette that is only a background of its ” forgotten ‘ past.