Sahelian Luminaries (the painting)

Salamalaikum, inshAllah all had a blessed holy month… the last nights of Ramadan were amazingly beautiful, al hamdulillah!

I just completed “Sahelian Luminaries” that was inspired from this poem in hommage of all the West African Muslim saints, sages and figures whose unconditional devotion to the values of Islam has helped build tangible or immaterial Empires for generations in our societies, hearts and minds: Askia Touré, Cheikh Amadou Bamba, Samory Touré, Cheikh Anta Diop, Abdoulaye Touré read more

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Filed under Contemporary Islamic Art, Islam, Oil Painting, Poesie Soufie, poesie visuelle, Prophet Muhammad (saw), Saints, Spiritual Art, Spirituality, Sufi Poetry, Tasawwuf, the prophets (as), Visual Arts

7 responses to “Sahelian Luminaries (the painting)

  1. Pingback: silentdevotion.net » Sahelian Luminaries (the painting)

  2. Really beautiful paintings, dear Sister 🙂 Alhamdulillah! A real Sufi inspiration 🙂

    Ya Haqq!

  3. Very beautiful painting. Full of colors.. You made me full of Energy Aida 🙂

    Aida can be persian name sometimes. Is it?!

  4. Salaams Irving, thank you.

  5. Welcome Shahrzaad! Wow you must be very receptive, thank you. I don’t know if Aida can be a Persian name too … All I know is the Arabic meaning: “Returning”…

  6. I never tire of looking at your paintings. They sweep me immediately into ecstatic feeling. So so fine!

  7. Thank you for your kind impression, al hamdulillah…

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