ART ISSUE #24

"Ardent Love" by Lukman Ahmad, Acrylic on canvas, Mud Season Review
*Image: “Ardent Love” by Lukman Ahmad, Acrylic on Canvas, 2010

Lukman Ahmad

Featured Artist

Most of Lukman Ahmad’s works are related to the Kurdish legacy, which is enriched with popular stories and epics. Being a member of one of the largest stateless nations in the world, Lukman continuously tries to render his people’s rich heritage into brush strokes. His expressive motifs are a reflection of a Kurdish culture that adores colors.

 

 

"Anfal Campaign (4)" by Lukman Ahmad, 30" x 30" Acrylic on Canvas, 2012

“Anfal Campaign (4)” by Lukman Ahmad, 30″ x 30″ Acrylic on Canvas, 2012

 

 

"Fragrant" by Lukman Ahmad, 24" x 24" Acrylic on Canvas, 2013, Mud Season Review

“Fragrant” by Lukman Ahmad, 24″ x 24″ Acrylic on Canvas, 2013

 

 

"A short story (2)" by Lukman Ahmad, 40" x 30" Acrylic on Canvas, 2012, Mud Season Review

“A short story (2)” by Lukman Ahmad, 40″ x 30″ Acrylic on Canvas, 2012

 

 

"Face of Crystal" by Lukman Ahmad, Acrylic on Canvas, 2011, Mud Season Review

“Face of Crystal” by Lukman Ahmad, Acrylic on Canvas, 2011

 

 

"Daylight" by Lukman Ahmad, 30" x 22" Acrylic on canvas, 2013, Mud Season Review

“Daylight” by Lukman Ahmad, 30″ x 22″ Acrylic on Canvas, 2013

 

 

"Anfal Campaign (5)" by Lukman Ahmad, 30" x 30" Acrylic on Canvas, 2012, Mud Season Review

“Anfal Campaign (5)” by Lukman Ahmad, 30″ x 30″ Acrylic on Canvas, 2012

 

 

Lukman Ahmad

Lukman Ahmad is a Kurdish artist from Syria. He began his art career in 1986. After moving to the US in 2010, he’s joined several American art groups with his artworks. Lukman utilizes water, oil, acrylic colors, and pastel. His expressive motifs are a reflection of Kurdish culture, which adores colors. Lukman prospers his art with unique methods that combine authenticity with abstraction, providing a distinctive splendor with its own style. He has had more than 45 exhibitions in many countries including Syria, Turkey, Iraqi Kurdistan, Switzerland, Lebanon and the United States. Most of Lukman’s works are related to the Kurdish legacy, which is enriched with popular stories and epics. Being a member of one of the largest stateless nations in the world, Lukman continuously tries to render his people’s rich heritage into brush strokes. View more of his artwork on his website: http://www.lukmanahmad.net/.

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