Mohamed Elmoslemany is an Egyptian artist, graduated from the Faculty of Art Education in Cairo with a Master degree in design, and PhD in Art Education. Faces are the windows to start recognizing other human beings. When you have a look at those around you, you can see happiness or suffering. The faces carries all the meanings and synonyms for each specific person.
These are some of my painting attempts to express meanings attached to these faces. I was and still fascinated by the ancient Egyptian art and faces carved in stone or painted on the walls that reflect the daily life and history of that era. Eventually, fine art remains the language agreed upon by all human beings, the language of painting composition.
Dr. Mohamed Elmoslemany
Born (1973) in Egypt, he had studied at the faculty of art education. Then- he had been graduated on- 1997 with grade very good- with honors degree – (the first place among his session), then he took the job of assistant professor at the department of decorative designs at this faculty, and he obtained the master degree on- 2003 and the doctorate on- 2009 in the philosophy of art education, Mohamed is working as Associate Professor of decorative designs at the faculty of art education- Helwan university.