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Jordanian artist's exhibition 'Touch of Love' unveiled at PNCA

By Our Correspondent
February 28, 2024
Ambassador of The Embassy of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan Dr. Maen Khreasat inaugurates collection titled Touch of Love exhibition at the PNCA, National Art Gallery on February 27, 2024. — Facebook/PNCA - Pakistan National Council of the Arts
Ambassador of The Embassy of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan Dr. Maen Khreasat inaugurates collection titled "Touch of Love" exhibition at the PNCA, National Art Gallery on February 27, 2024. — Facebook/PNCA - Pakistan National Council of the Arts

Islamabad: In a harmonious celebration of art and cultural exchange, the Pakistan National Council of the Arts (PNCA), in collaboration with the National Heritage and Culture Division and The Embassy of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, proudly unveiled the inaugural exhibition of renowned Jordanian artist Suzan Alsaid's ‘Touch of Love’ collection.

Alsaid, esteemed for her multifaceted artistic prowess and dedication to fostering creative dialogue, marked her debut in Pakistan with a special painting workshop at the PNCA premises in Islamabad on 27th February. This exclusive event, aptly titled ‘A Painting Workshop with Suzan Alsaid,’ offered artists of all levels a rare opportunity to immerse themselves in Alsaid's rich artistic tapestry, exploring diverse painting techniques while gaining invaluable insights into her creative process. Mariam Ahmed, Director of Visual Arts Division PNCA, expressed heartfelt enthusiasm for Alsaid's presence, underscoring her profound impact on the artistic landscape: ‘Her dedication to the exploration and practice of various artistic techniques is truly inspiring.’

The ‘Touch of Love’ exhibition, a captivating amalgamation of Alsaid's Jordanian heritage and contemporary expressions, serves as a testament to the universal language of art. Infused with traditional Islamic motifs and modern flair, Alsaid's paintings evoke a profound sense of emotion, inviting viewers to contemplate themes of love, beauty, and human connection. The exhibition's opening ceremony, graced by esteemed guests from the art and cultural community alongside government representatives from Pakistan and Jordan, underscored its significance as a beacon of cross-cultural understanding and appreciation.