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Hi! My name is Faiza Bayou and I am Creative Design and Artist Painter. On this website you will find my personal graphic design portfolio and My painting...
I'm Art Director, Graphic Designer, Painter, illustrator and teacher of visual art.
I am self-employed as a graphic designer, specialising in the fields of… Read More
Hi! My name is Faiza Bayou and I am Creative Design and Artist Painter. On this website you will find my personal graphic design portfolio and My painting...
I'm Art Director, Graphic Designer, Painter, illustrator and teacher of visual art.
I am self-employed as a graphic designer, specialising in the fields of corporate identity (logo) design, print design and branding with the majority of my time spent designing and implementing marketing promotions for businesses such as logos, websites, letterhead, business cards, packaging and more. I'm Passionate And enthusiastic, i love what I do and I want to learn more...

Education:

1982-1987: A Study in Fine Art AndI hold a Bachelor of Visual Communication (Graphic Design)
1987-1988: Works in a ceramics studio.
1989-2009: Teaching Visual Art.
After ten years of teaching arts in high school, I had to stop to devote myself completely to painting.
My artistic approach takes the form of a quest intuitive to me every day, the deepening of mystical aspiration since my childhood.
I have always worked on the topics that fascinated me. The poetic quality of life is given by emotions, by what we live in emotion, enjoyment, the initiation of a feeling, an emotion that I have within me and I need to express, otherwise than by words, it is a form of language. It is going from inside to outside. My eye picks up and running my hand.
Faced with my paintings I experiment with new techniques, draws deep within myself. My imaginary world always brings me back to warm my sometimes violent life. Read Less
2006:Exhibition contemporary art Swiss expolac Palace Hilton

Participation in 2007 in Algiers the capital of Arab culture. The paintings cover of literary books

2008: Exhibition of paintings "Mosaic".

2009: Exhibition at the Salon d'Automne at the gallery at Bayan Palace of Culture in Algiers.

2010: Participat… Read More
2006:Exhibition contemporary art Swiss expolac Palace Hilton

Participation in 2007 in Algiers the capital of Arab culture. The paintings cover of literary books

2008: Exhibition of paintings "Mosaic".

2009: Exhibition at the Salon d'Automne at the gallery at Bayan Palace of Culture in Algiers.

2010: Participation in the Royal art collection to London for an exhibition project in Dubai.

Participation in a group exhibit on the Book of Death Sonja Benskin Mesher held by Wales to Londons.

Participation in a collective exhibition in Boston Mobius Surrealestate.

Participation in Art Mail-a tribute to Judith A.Hoffberg in California.

Collective exhibition in France on the theme "History"

Exhibition in Greece on the theme "Humans, color and music" Read Less
The description of my painting:
Sculpting on canvas" needs to be clarified. I prepare canvas with mortar. After the mortar has dried out, I carve in my images with steel brushes, scrapers and metal pencils. This is how I create a relief painting. When I add different colours to the mortar, this artwork can be com… Read More
The description of my painting:
Sculpting on canvas" needs to be clarified. I prepare canvas with mortar. After the mortar has dried out, I carve in my images with steel brushes, scrapers and metal pencils. This is how I create a relief painting. When I add different colours to the mortar, this artwork can be completed. But most of the times this relief is the foundation for a painting. The painting starts when the relief is completely dried out. This can take up to a week. I apply more than one layer, but this is not always necessary. This depends on the specific kind of mortar I use. For painting I use oil paint and enamel paint, but also acrylic paint on occasion. My daily activities consist of painting on canvas and paper. I do this not to create paintings, but purely to train and improve my skills for my 'Sculpted Canvas' Art.. Read Less
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