Card Najat – Catharsis

SKU: 9635

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This motivates her determination to further strengthen her deep roots in her beloved land. Her will power transforms her into a strong, dignified olive tree that defines her identity and her inalienable right to be in her home, in her land. This metamorphosis is born out of her struggle, resilience and resistance– all characteristics acquired from the olive tree, which is a symbol of peace. ~ Catharsis ~ Catharsis is every artist’s seeking throughout the creative process. It is an internal journey through time that paves a path towards purification and liberation from suppression, nestled deep within them. Through wrath and resentment to dispossession and desperation, a sense of freedom is achieved when the artist executes the final brush stroke.

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This motivates her determination to further strengthen her deep roots in her beloved land. Her will power transforms her into a strong, dignified olive tree that defines her identity and her inalienable right to be in her home, in her land. This metamorphosis is born out of her struggle, resilience and resistance– all characteristics acquired from the olive tree, which is a symbol of peace.

~ Catharsis ~ Catharsis is every artist’s seeking throughout the creative process. It is an internal journey through time that paves a path towards purification and liberation from suppression, nestled deep within them. Through wrath and resentment to dispossession and desperation, a sense of freedom is achieved when the artist executes the final brush stroke.

Najat Cards – Born in 1948, of Palestinian origin, Najat El-Taji El-Khairy lives in Canada. She is fascinated by Palestinian embroidery & was captivated by its outstanding floral and geometric designs, so she started collecting village dresses & other embroidered articles. She still owns and exhibits them today with the porcelain art and products she re-creates from them. The cards we sell are based on these images as well. All profits are donated to Palestine. Palestinian embroidery in particular caught her attention. She was captivated by its outstanding floral and geometric designs, so she started collecting village dresses & other embroidered articles. She still owns and exhibits them today with the porcelain art she re-creates from them. 

 

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