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Dina Shalaby

Dina Shalaby
Egyptian contemporary artist Dina Shalaby with two of her artworks at a group exhibition in Luxor in 2019

Dina Shalaby is a visual artist focusing on modern art inspired by Ancient Egypt. Using mixed media and her deep passion for pharaonic Egypt, she creates pieces inspired by the past and with a story for the future.

Dina converted to her art passion a few years ago after working in international management consulting in Egypt, Italy and the US. She held her solo debut exhibition in Cairo and took part in three group exhibitions, two in Nut Art Gallery and recently in Luxor Art Gallery (Daughters of The Nile, November 2019).

She studied design at the American University in Cairo. She holds a bachelor degree in mass communication with a major in journalism and a master’s in international business from Italy.

Website: www.malakoot.art

 

Works available at Nūn Art Gallery:

From the Nūn Art Gallery Opening Exhibition
"Nūn - The Inspiration" in February 2020
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Dina Shalaby

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Timeless Face of Kemet
Ink, acrylic and marker on
papyrus; Mesh; Acrylic
background on canvas
50 cm diameter unframed
Gold wood frame 3 cm wide
Certificate of Authenticity
7,200 EGP framed





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  Queen
  Digitally edited print of
  original drawing by artist
  using ink colours
  25 x 18 cm unframed
  Double gold wood frame
  with dark green mat and
  non-reflective glass
  Limited edition of 10
  signed and numbered -
  partly SOLD
  Certificate of Authenticity
  1,500 EGP framed

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The Power of Freedom
Hand-made paper clay
mosaics painted with
acrylic colours and
applied gold leaf
20 x 20 cm unframed
60 x 60 cm with black wood frame
Certificate of Authenticity
5,800 EGP framed



Artist Dina Shalaby about her artwork "The Power of Freedom":

"The artwork is inspired by ancient Egyptian lion goddess Sekhmet. The small but powerful golden mane erupts from the middle of the wide black frame, just like a proud and free heart illuminates the darkness on the path. Despite its small size, it is the focal point and the centre of gravity. The black surroundings only accentuate the beauty of its golden rays."

 

Other Works by Dina Shalaby available at Nūn Art Gallery:

The Sekhmet Series 2.0 ( pdf flyer)

"In ancient Egypt, if you were saved from death or if you became 'a new person' after some tumultuous life experience, that was Sekhmet's touch. And so it was when Life forced you to kneel for doing Her wrong. Whenever you didn't respect Mother Nature, Sekhmet would surely strike with plague and destruction.
Medics in ancient Egypt, among the finest scientists to this day, were Sekhmet priests. Because if she could take life, then she could give it too. For if you are the death then you are also the remedy." - Dina Shalaby


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Sekhmet Carrying
the Sun

Digitally edited print
based on a handmade
collage by artist
29.5 x 35 cm unframed
2 cm gold frame and
8 cm off-white mat
Limited edition of 10,
signed and numbered
Certificate of Authenticity
3,000 EGP framed

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Sekhmet Trio

Digitally edited print
based on a handmade
collage by artist
40 x 17.5 cm unframed
2 cm pink wood frame
and 3 cm off-white mat
Limited edition of 10,
signed and numbered
Certificate of Authenticity
3,000 EGP framed

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Art Deco Sekhmet

Digitally edited print
based on a handmade
collage by artist
22 x 37 cm unframed
6 cm double black and
gold frame
Limited edition of 20,
signed and numbered
Certificate of Authenticity
3,000 EGP framed

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