“Eyes are the mirrors of the soul.” Thus, the plastic artist “Asrar Al-Qarni” was able to embody multiple human feelings by focusing on the language of the eyes, which speaks about human feelings and reveals his inner potential.
Asrar, a 27-year-old graduate of English literature, spoke to Al-Arabiya Net about her passion for drawing, explaining that since childhood, without complete awareness, she found something special in drawing through which she can express herself, stressing that art is present in all the details of our lives, and that everything we need It is cognition.
She added that people are the sources of inspiration for them with their various feelings of love, safety, loss, loneliness, fear, anxiety, waiting, and everything that affects them, whether from external influence or from the depth of the human soul.
She explained that everything creates an emotional connection between the recipient and the painting, and that is if the recipient looks at one of her paintings, and says: I feel something… then she knows that she succeeded.
She stated, “These people are often only present in my mind, and therefore I did not stop my constant attempts to learn different new skills, including transferring my paintings to pottery cups, which found great demand because of the strangeness of the details… Where I learned pottery in order to be able to transfer my paintings to pottery, which I found special echoes on social media.
She added: I found a lot of criticism during the publication of my paintings because of negative or frightening feelings, but I think that it is a natural thing. A person always flees from everything that makes him sad or face his sincere feelings about a situation or a previous memory .. But at the same time I have a lot of paintings that are full With safety, and comfortable colors for the heart, and I think that this represents the main function of art, which is to be the honest mirror that reflects the truth of man that combines all the opposites in life, good and evil, sadness and joy, death and life as well.
She concluded, “I hope that my love for all arts will continue in my heart, and with passion comes every beautiful thing. People are similar in form, different in feel and content.”