Collection: Art Her Way Hybrid Collective Exhibition

Art Her Way Hybrid Collective Exhibition

Exhibiting Artists

All Exhibiting . Aida Rubeiz . Amira Al Zein . Carole Ingea . Carole Nassif . Chloé Sleilati . Christina Abou Jaoude . Clara Choueiri . Claude Nakhle . Courtney Bonneau . Devika Menon . Dima Nachawi . Eily Sayegh . Fadia Abou Haidar . Faten Hamdan . George Khoury . Ghada Hamawi . Hadeel Al-Kadasi . Hiba Jammoul . Joelle Hasna . Joelle Saab . Judy Bou Chebl . Karim Dagher . Laila Chehab . Lama Mansour . Layal Khatib . Leslie Akl . Loulou Bissat . Lucy Ibrahim . Lucy Pochoglian/Ardziv . Maral Maniss . Maria Azar . Maria Kerj . Marilyne Khoury . Maris Van Nijhuis . Marwa Abou Khalil . Mary Kaady . May Hamdan . Maya Nassereldine . Maya Tohme . Minas Mouchian . Mona Hawa . Myçal el Khouri . Myriam Thomas . Nada Karam . Nada Raphael . Nadia Wardeh . Nohad Dagher . Nora Lebbos . Olga Safa . Pamela Chrabieh . Racha Hage Chahine . Rafka Abou Salem . Ramona Rizk . Rayya Nizar Salim . Rima Ghanem . Rima Rizkallah . Rita Nasr . Romy Makdissi . Rosane Chawi . Roula-Maria Dib . Rym Zawk . Samia Hasan . Sarah Haidar . Sarah Lécuyer . Sara Taleb . Vanessa Kordahi . Vergine Soussani . Viktoriia Kolozian . Yara Fakih . Yara Loucas . Yasmine Alrifaai . Yuliya Aleksandrova . Zahraa Sbaiti . Zeina Chehab . Zeina Zaki

Aida Rubeiz

Aida Rubeiz has always had a keen eye for beauty – flowers, colors, materials, and the ability to see potential in what others may have left behind. Though she did not have formal training in the arts, she was gifted with the ability to rearrange things and repurpose materials into an eclectic, unique artifact. In her early twenties, she had an antique wooden wardrobe cut and rebuilt into the most unique formal sitting room, and from furnishings to gardens, she began creating her style.

As her life led her across the world - far from family, friends, and places she loved, she soon became enchanted with collage as a means of portraying her feelings, memories, and dreams into a virtual world of her own – a world she assembles one piece at a time.

Her mediums are paper and glue, but the substrate could be anything – canvas, paper, cardboard, porcelain, glass, wood, or an object with a silent meaning…. She likes to use printed material for the images—somebody’s art – to be reused in a new venue. One particular image is the seed from which, one clipping at a time, a scene evolves to merge colors, style, people, things, and memories and bring life to her collages.