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LANDSCAPE AND LIGHT
LANDSCAPE AND LIGHT
5 October - 25 November 2009

Landscape

Oil on wood

50x60 cm

2008

LANDSCAPE AND LIGHT
5 October - 25 November 2009

Red Houses

Oil on canvas

170x200 cm

 

LANDSCAPE AND LIGHT
5 October - 25 November 2009

Landscape

Oil on canvas

64x77 cm

2007

LANDSCAPE AND LIGHT
5 October - 25 November 2009

Fallen Angels II

 Charcoal & oil on canvas

170x200 cm

2008

LANDSCAPE AND LIGHT
5 October - 25 November 2009

Close-up Portrait

Oil on canvas

170x220 cm

2009

LANDSCAPE AND LIGHT
5 October - 25 November 2009

Hills

Oil on canvas

80x100 cm

2005

LANDSCAPE AND LIGHT
5 October - 25 November 2009

Fallen Angels I

Charcoal & oil on canvas

140x170 cm

2009

LANDSCAPE AND LIGHT
5 October - 25 November 2009

Portrait

Oil on canvas

25x30 cm

2008

 

LANDSCAPE AND LIGHT
5 October - 25 November 2009

Portrait

Charcoal on canvas

40x30 cm

2008

LANDSCAPE AND LIGHT
5 October - 25 November 2009

Portrait
Oil on canvas
25 x 30 cm
2008

Ref. AK55

LANDSCAPE AND LIGHT
5 October - 25 November 2009

Portrait
Charcoal on canvas
40 x 30 cm
2008

 

LANDSCAPE AND LIGHT
5 October - 25 November 2009

Stormy Landscape 
Oil on canvas
233 x 185 cm
2007

LANDSCAPE AND LIGHT
5 October - 25 November 2009

Winged Portrait
Oil on canvas
230 x 170 cm
2009

LANDSCAPE AND LIGHT
5 October - 25 November 2009

Portrait
Oil on canvas
170 x 140 cm
2009

 

The work of Ammar Khammash addresses spatial structure, both on the ground in the open landscape and in the painting itself. As nature builds spaces within folds in the land, reflected in rugged topography, and between the horizon and the sky, his works seek to understand nature and dwell on the issues of spatial perception. Khammash explores the human visual process and its evolution from a survival skill to the more inquisitive philosophical obsession of modern humans. In his paintings, he manipulates both the natural landscape and the visual possibilities in order to get closer to a deep intrinsic relationship between the human mind and the landscape that shapes it.

In conjunction with an exhibition of new paintings by Jordanian artist and architect Ammar Khammash, entitled "Landscape and Light," Khammash will be launching his new book, Ancient Landscape: The Landscape Paintings of Ammar Khammash, just released by Images Publishing Group. The book includes full colour images of the artist's landscape paintings from the late 1970s to the present. The publisher describes Khammash as a "multi-disciplinary contemporary artist" who "paints with a probing vision that few others attain, enabling him to explore and discover the inner anatomy of the landscape, beyond its fragile cloth."

 

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