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Jordanian Engineer, Nomad Artist

The Terminal

The Terminal

When his pouch was run through the X-ray scanner, a bottle of frozen liquid was shouting for attention. Since the flight was not due before 2 hours, he was calm when he untied the knot for the alert officials in black uniforms. They inspected the olive oil bottle carefully, knocked on the eggs he separated in socks one by one and argued if the sound was natural, and they seized one Kilogram of grape leaves stuffed with rice, that was all his supply. On the look for a quiet corner to wait until his flight was called, he was reflecting about life. Two things crossed his mind, but I’m not entitled to share them. The place, though bursting with infinite vistas of exploration, was narrow and dark. He just wanted to leave it behind, to get as far away from it as he could. This artwork was painted digitally in Procreate for iPad Pro. ___ "Muhammad at-Tayieb" al-Hyari Freelance Digital Artist & Illustrator | Khobar, Saudi Arabia www.alhyari.art
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The Sheikh | Digital Watercolor Portrait Painting

The Sheikh | Digital Watercolor Portrait Painting

"When the leader of the [enemy tribe] came up, and cried out to him to throw down his turban and his life should be spared. The Sheikh, rather than do what, according to Bedouin notions, would have stained his reputation ever after, exclaimed, “I shall not uncover my head before my enemies;” and was immediately killed with the thrust of a lance." Travels in Syria and the Holy Land (London, 1822) – John Lewis Burckhardt This artwork was painted digitally in Procreate. "Muhammad at-Tayieb" al-Hyari Freelance Digital Artist & Illustrator, Khobar, Saudi Arabia www.alhyari.art
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I'm With Her | Portrait Of Iyad Al-Hallaq

I'm With Her | Portrait Of Iyad Al-Hallaq

Iyad al-Hallaq Needed An Explanation. What He Got Instead Was 3 Bullets! Time passed slowly in the garbage shed where Iyad al-Hallaq ran for shelter before three soldiers came in screaming. Diagnosed with autism since he was two, and after three decades, I can imagine the features on his face, the puzzlement and the anxiety. He didn’t understand them or know what they wanted. They scared him. He could not express himself (not only because he was shy!) and no one offered him an explanation – when he needed it more than ever. Iyad feared two things in his life: blood and armed police. His caring mother used to shave him out of fear he would cut himself. The sight of blood made him panic. Iyad could not integrate into any school when he was a child, and six years back, his parents enrolled him into a special needs center in the old city of Jerusalem. On the first day, his caregiver, Warda Abu Hadid, told him not to be afraid of the police as she guided him through the way. “They
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EintoeRnHobbyist Photographer
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Thanks a lot for stopping by, Muhammad !
MTayiebProfessional Digital Artist
Many thanks, really appreciated :)
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Just a little feature ;-) complicated aloha





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MTayiebProfessional Digital Artist
Thanks, and sorry for the late reply :)