Hu (9"x 5") This art work depicts the Arabic word ‘Hu’ written four times as a mirror image, typical of an Islamic tile pattern.

Hu This art work depicts the Arabic word ‘Hu’ written four times as a mirror image, typical of an Islamic tile pattern.

Revival #2.. The Urdu letters in the paper cut are designed to give a 3D effect similar to a blossoming flower and the arabesque pattern around the edges and the centre portrays the relationship of Urdu script with it’s the Arabic origins.

Revival The Urdu letters in the paper cut are designed to give a effect similar to a blossoming flower and the arabesque pattern around the edges and the centre portrays the relationship of Urdu script with it’s the Arabic origins.

Huwa-This art work portray the Arabic word ‘Huwa’ written multiple times in a circular pattern. In Sufism Hu or Huwa is the pronoun used with Allah or God, and is used as a name of God. The polychromatic background signifies entirety of existence- all the matter and objects which exist and all the space in which events occur or could occur.

Huwa-This art work portray the Arabic word ‘Huwa’ written multiple times in a circular pattern. In Sufism Hu or Huwa is the pronoun used with Allah or God, and is used as a name of God. The polychromatic background signifies entirety of existence- all the matter and objects which exist and all the space in which events occur or could occur.

MEETING PLACE : This art work is inspired by the aboriginal dot paintings. The aboriginal symbol for meeting place and Arabic letters has been used to symbolize the Aboriginal-Makassan Muslims interactions in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.

MEETING PLACE : This art work is inspired by the aboriginal dot paintings. The aboriginal symbol for meeting place and Arabic letters has been used to symbolize the Aboriginal-Makassan Muslims interactions in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.

Memories: This artwork represents fading memories. The  blank windows represents the memories that have faded away while the coloured collage pieces from an Urdu magazine represents the memories connected with life emotions that are alive and rekindled.

Memories: This artwork represents fading memories. The blank windows represents the memories that have faded away while the coloured collage pieces from an Urdu magazine represents the memories connected with life emotions that are alive and rekindled.

Macassan Story #1 This painting is done in typical rarrk (cross hatching) style and celebrates the interaction of Macassan Muslims with indigenous people of Australia in early eighteen century.

Macassan Story This painting is done in typical rarrk (cross hatching) style and celebrates the interaction of Macassan Muslims with indigenous people of Australia in early eighteen century.

Fracture II- Fragments of Arabic based alphabets in multicolored geometrical pattern .

Fracture II- Fragments of Arabic based alphabets in multicolored geometrical pattern .

Umma Kaleidoscope -similar but different

Umma Kaleidoscope -similar but different

The Rumi Chronicles

The Rumi Chronicles

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