Sydney, New South Wales
Artist, designer, and architect.
Art works for sale: 15
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About Aida Taha
As an artist, my work is so diverse. it is not confined to one style or one medium, though I may have a special interest in Watercolors, because of my architectural background, I used it a lot in my earlier presentations.
I am fascinated with color, contrast, bold statements, and all painting mediums and tools. My works tend to be more on the classic realistic side, because of my fascination with aesthetics and fine details, I am inspired by the beauty around us in everyday life, be it a flower, a landscape, an emotion captured in a portrait, or a detail of an object in an unusual place. I want to behold the viewers’ attention to the beauty of the artwork to try and feel the different emotions it evokes in them. Finding and exploring beauty in the world around us is my inspiration, and I am always in the search for something that challenges me as an artist. I only draw or paint what I truly love, and sometimes I take a long time to start on a work because I have to be completely and emotionally involved with every piece, to make a mark that will stand.
I worked as an architect for over 15 years in the design field until 2009, when I took time off for my family.
I was born in Jordan, I lived and worked in different countries in the world, then I Immigrated to Australia in 2015.
My professional experience ranges from architecture to interior design, arts and graphics, working on major projects like hotels, offices and royal court projects, where I liaised with top interior designers. I also worked for regional and international Developers like Emaar Dubai and Qatari Diar. I was part of a team to manage the design, graphics, and advertising.
I love architecture and design, but it is very demanding when added to the responsibilities of a full-time Mum, so this time in my life was a good start to pursue my original passion, a passion that I had for years and that started at a very young age but was never fulfilled until only recently. Anyway, I do believe all arts relate, and architecture is the mother of all arts. It has expanded my horizons and developed my strong understanding of shapes and spaces, and my sense of balance and harmony. I enjoy making a work of art as much I as I would enjoy making a design, to me, art is always about realizing creative ideas, regardless of the field or the medium.