Visual Arts

About Abeer Nsereldeen

Abeer Nasreldeen was born in March, 1982. She is a Druze from the city of Daleit El Carmel. She is married and has three children. In 2017, she completed her Bachelor’s degree in the art department and pre-treatment course in the University of Haifa. She has worked for 5 years as a director and project coordinator at the welfare office in Dalia el Carmel.

Abeer has volunteered at the NPOs, the early childhood association, the Melchim association for aid to needy families and at the Elem association for children with special needs, in addition to social volunteering in various urban and interurban institutes
in a time where racism is affecting a large number of people, and every person interpreting it in his own personal perspective; she is busy looking for answers to many questions and myths upon which we people have been fed and raised by.

In digital painting, she is making real life images of us and our lives, as a member of the Druze community and as a minority living in Israel; a minority which had tied its fate with the state of Israel since its independence.

In her work, Abeer tries to examine the social perception and society’s visual perception of myths in the historical and cultural aspect upon which we have been raised by for a long time. Why do these myths still reside in our homes? Who planted them and what are the motives? How dynamics act from one generation to the other? What is allowed and what is forbidden.

Her work represents the need to bring this topic to a dialog and even a full “round table” conversation with a thorough examination of every detail; and the personal and social effects on each and every one of us in the modern era. The artist’s inspiration in oil painting is captivating to herself and her inner harmony .

Abeer Nsereldeen

Visual Arts
Digital Art / Multimedia, Drawing & Painting, Mixed Media, Performance Art, Photography, Printmaking, Sculpture

Dalit el carmel, Israel

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