Is a self trained Swiss Kurdish Artist, born in Syria in 1986. Growing up in an oppressed country, his family was forced to flee, now living in Switzerland for more than 20 years. He has masters in Political Science, speaks four languages, now teaching French to college students sharing his knowledge and encouraging self expression. He has been painting since he was 17, as a tool for him to express himself about what was going on around him, interested in what was going on around the world.
As he says, "I paint because I have a message to share, a message about the human condition and what it means to be human. I paint because I have to; it is the only way for me to express myself in a clear way. Each color for me means something, each movement has a message. I denonce injustice with my work; I spread love, hope, and peace. My goal is to reach people with my works, because I find in art and especially in colors the best language that everyone can feel and touch and also understand."
Delawer started painting with oil and acrylics, but over time grew to be frustrated for the time it took to finish a piece. His goal was always to follow events and be up to date with what was going on. Five years ago he discovered he could paint digitally. Falling in love with this method, it became his notebook with his brushes by his side so he could paint wherever he is and wherever he goes.
Fittingly, this body of work is entitled A Trip to Unknown Places.
Delawer prefers not to title his works and hopes that is part of the viewer reaction, curiosity, and wonder.
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