Projects that express creativity. Graduates of “Fine Arts Mansoura” embody reality with art (Live)

The graduate projects of the fourth group of arts and the second group of architecture, Faculty of Fine Arts, Mansoura University, have been highly praised by Egyptian university professors, for their artworks characterized by the spirit of art, creativity and innovation..

In this regard, “The Seventh Day” presented a live broadcast entitled “The Graduation Projects of the Photography Department at the Faculty of Fine Arts, Mansoura University”, during which it met with a number of graduates of the Photography Department at the Faculty of Fine Arts Arts, to highlight what their graduation projects discuss about contemporary societal issues and various psychological conflicts..

Iman Majid said her project describes the conflict between good and evil, and the law of nature, as it deals with the first human error that caused human descent to earth, eating from the apple tree, followed by evils, and the conflicts between prey and victims, to this day, which good and evil are no longer explicit.

And about her painting, Menna Azzam said that the idea of ​​her painting, which came in three paintings, talks about recovery, especially the stages of recovery, which include denial, anger, depression, bargaining and acceptance, which represent the last stage, and says that she liked to use the idea of ​​mirrors in portraits, because when a person sees, He can see facial features and feelings in the mirror, whether it is fear, anger, pain or any kind of feelings, and she added that because she loves reading, the idea for the painting came to her from a book called Recovery, but she expressed the painting with a completely different treatment than the book to show more Where to Find It to see.

As for Engy Ahmed Ali, oil painting department, she said about her painting called “Sunshine”, that it describes the most beautiful period one goes through, which is the period of youth, self-formation and appearance, and added that through her painting she wanted to symbolize the period of youth by the butterfly, and explained that that the butterfly, like man, needs stages to be free and free, therefore she painted two young girls decorated with crowns in the shape of butterflies, and emphasizes that she hopes to work in her field to make people happy with her paintings..

In turn, Maryam Samir, oil painting department, said that her painting expresses betrayal because many of us have been exposed to it, and consequently people are in a state of surrender and loneliness, noting that she liked to express it through her use of warm and cold colors together in the personification of refraction and betrayal, She confirmed that the painting talks about psychological problems, which came to her idea due to the many contemporary events of suicide and depression.

Rahma Al-Saeed said that her project embodies the past and the problems that occur in a person’s life, and how it affects him and the stages he goes through to these problems, where he reaches a state of surrender and sadness and then seeks help to get rid of what stuck to him until he decides to forgive himself with self-loathing and his bad feelings, adding that she preferred that the background of her project would be the Mosque of Ibn Tulun because of the spirituality that it gives to the painting, note that the idea for the painting came to her because of her interest in psychology books, specifically the books of Dr. Muhammad Taha.

As for Marah Mohsen, her project, entitled “Athar”, came to her father’s soul, may God have mercy on him, in which she expressed the impact of the people who were in our lives and left us. , which is known to the Egyptians as expressing the spirit of the dead as they enter the house, adding that it made the empty chair the hero in her three paintings at different times and periods of her life during childhood. , present or future, and that is a symbol of the status of people and their lasting impact that does not disappear with changing times..

As for Nouran Hussein Abdul Majeed’s project, entitled “The Ahmadi Carpet”, she expressed her idea in two paintings that include three women of the people of the Egyptian countryside, an indication of simplicity and that a person’s happiness within his reach can find with simple and uncomplicated matters such as tolerance with those we love or not. These are actions that involve the participation of individuals together.

Dr. Mohamed Attia Al-Bayoumi, Vice President for Education and Students at Mansoura University, on Monday visited the exhibition of graduate projects for the fourth group of art and the second group for architecture at the Faculty of Fine Arts at the university, during which he made the effort by the students and professors of the Faculty of Fine Arts to establish this exhibition, as well as the level Distinguished for College students, which reflects the artistic sense and the high level of their skills, faith..

Dr. Omar Ghoneim, Dean of the Faculty of Fine Arts, Mansoura University, indicated during the evaluation of the graduates’ projects that this exhibition includes 250 works of art in the departments of graphics, photography, sculpture and decoration, and explains that the works of art trade. with all aspects of life Graphics on printed designs and experimental subjects, sculptures on realistic subjects, and works of expressive arts, films, television and theater are reviewed..


Graduation project of the artist Engy Ahmed Ali

Graduation project of the artist Iman Majid
Graduation project of the artist Iman Majid

Graduation Project by Artist Rahma Al-Saeed
Graduation Project by Artist Rahma Al-Saeed

The graduation project of the artist, Marah Mohsen
The graduation project of the artist, Marah Mohsen

The graduation project of the artist, Maryam Samir
The graduation project of the artist, Maryam Samir

Graduation Project of the Artist Menna Azzam
Graduation Project of the Artist Menna Azzam

Graduation Project by Artist Nouran Hussein
Graduation Project by Artist Nouran Hussein

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