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Telling Their Stories | Opening February 10th, 5:00 pm.

Aladdin Mohammad | Gillian Robertson

Kareem Sadoon | Lia Staehlin | Linda Hollier
MISK | Muhanad Al Nassiri | Muthanna Tuli’

Petra Kaltenbach | Vera Zhukova

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F. Kojima has designed a special logo for me. It is an original design of my name written in Kanji - ancient Chinese characters which were adopted from the Chinese script used in the writing of Japanese.

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My article. Where is Linda, "In Japan" has been translated into Japanese and posted on Visit Japan.

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JAPANESE COMMUNITY
HOUSE GARDEN

Delighted and honored to have my work showcased in the Japanese Community House Garden in Spatial.

A big thank you to Maro Dori for inviting me and for curating my work so beautifully.
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Let's talk about iPhoneart

Mobile Art is a technology based art form, and refers to art created on a mobile device, whether that be a smartphone or tablet. Some artists paint on their mobile devices, others create collage works, others start off with or incorporate stock images, while others begin by capturing their own images on their devices. Some artists start off capturing an image on their phone and then edit it on their tablet.  In all instances the use of a variety of apps is part of their process.   

 

Because I have chosen to create my artworks entirely on my iPhone - I capture my own images on my iPhone and then edit them on my iPhone using apps - I use the term iPhoneart which I consider a sub-category of Mobile Art.

Linda Hollier Logo
My Logo

My logo was especially designed for me by Amir Hossein Golshani.

As my iPhoneart journey began when I was living in the UAE I thought it appropriate to incorporate both Arabic and English into the design. My logo therefore says Linda in these two languages. 

My logo is a witness to my vision of diversity within unity.  It fascinates viewers and evokes discussion.  It poses the question of "where is home?" and helps us to remember that we have more similarities than differences.  

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