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

Maral Maniss

Born in Lebanon, Maral Maniss grew up in Beirut City. She holds a Master’s Degree in Visual Arts from the Lebanese University.

Lately, she has become involved with expressive and bold-style paintings. Her inspiration is rooted in the works of Arshlie Gorky, Jackson Pollock, and other modern Western artists. Maniss’ paintings and sculptures have been exhibited in private and group shows at numerous art galleries and cultural institutions.

Her artworks are located at the MACAM Museum-Byblos and with private collectors in Lebanon and abroad.

Maral Maniss’ painting has a closer connection to her childhood and surroundings. She speaks of the strength of her roots and the beauty often found in things that seem to be forgotten. Maniss’ inspirations are rooted in her unique style and have involved in a highly skillful studio practice. Her bold organic work investigates women's interaction and humanity’s spirit to rise above social concepts. Through the use of diverse materials, these investigations are manifested via an uncommon, impulsive, and organic voice. Full of energetic movements and gestures. Her artworks refer to the strength that Maral Maniss has had to have in her life journey. It is also reflecting on the flexibility of communities sharing her Lebanese Armenian roots. A lot of mediums and materials were used to create her work. Each color/medium consists of many layers of thin paint, ink, silver leaf, markers, lines, and composition.