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Aquarian Bohemian Art

The Artwork of Noora Elkoussy

Where Art Meets Fashion

Where to Find Aquarian Bohemian Art 

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11/17/2019

Montrose Harvest Market & Marketplace

9AM - 2PM

2300 Block of Honolulu Ave beginning at Ocean View Ave, Montrose, CA 91021

Event Details

11/17/2019

Montrose Harvest Market & Marketplace

"A traditional farmers market, offering the best produce and flowers from certified Southern California growers and a variety of prepared foods.  The Marketplace serves up a wide variety of antiques, collectibles,  artisans and an interactive children’s area." https://shopmontrose.com/harvest-market-and-marketplace/

9AM - 2PM

2300 Block of Honolulu Ave beginning at Ocean View Ave, Montrose, CA 91021

11/24/2019

Montrose Harvest Market & Marketplace

9AM - 2PM

2300 Block of Honolulu Ave beginning at Ocean View Ave, Montrose, CA 91021

Event Details

11/24/2019

Montrose Harvest Market & Marketplace

"A traditional farmers market, offering the best produce and flowers from certified Southern California growers and a variety of prepared foods.  The Marketplace serves up a wide variety of antiques, collectibles,  artisans and an interactive children’s area." https://shopmontrose.com/harvest-market-and-marketplace/

9AM - 2PM

2300 Block of Honolulu Ave beginning at Ocean View Ave, Montrose, CA 91021

12/1/2019

Montrose Harvest Market & Marketplace

9AM - 2PM

2300 Block of Honolulu Ave beginning at Ocean View Ave, Montrose, CA 91021

Event Details

12/1/2019

Montrose Harvest Market & Marketplace

"A traditional farmers market, offering the best produce and flowers from certified Southern California growers and a variety of prepared foods.  The Marketplace serves up a wide variety of antiques, collectibles,  artisans and an interactive children’s area." https://shopmontrose.com/harvest-market-and-marketplace/

9AM - 2PM

2300 Block of Honolulu Ave beginning at Ocean View Ave, Montrose, CA 91021

About the artist

Artist's Background

Noora Elkoussy

Noora is a Humanitarian Aid/Disaster Relief Professional whose career was sidelined by a brain tumor in 2013.  Her life-long love for art has been an outlet for recovery after brain surgery and it has paved the way for a new career as reality sets in that she has a new path to follow now. Posting her artwork on Instagram, a company known as Vida & Co discovered her work and now Noora is one of their top designers. 


Culture, traveling, music, food, and working for humanity are a big part of Noora's life. She has traveled extensively throughout the world and for her career alone she spent time in Kosovo, Egypt, Tunisia, Lebanon, South Korea, and Nepal.

Medium & Process

Sherwood Forest Painting + Wrap

All items sold here feature the artwork of Noora Elkoussy, unless otherwise specified. Her paintings are mostly abstract expressionism, non-representational, or surreal and depend upon the use of high quality, bright acrylics or watercolors. Each piece is painted in Los Angeles on gallery wrapped wood, Gesso Bord, Clay Bord, or canvas.


Noora also uses photography, often leaning towards the black and white, street and travel photography, candid and documentary styles.  She uses a Canon Powershot SX10IS Digital Camera.


After the art is finished, a high resolution photo is taken and the image is transferred onto the raw material (over seas) via a process called Dye Sublimation. Most, if not all fashion, decor, and gift items are custom made to order using Fair Trade labor.

Inspiration

Water Lilly, Photo by Noora Elkoussy

Looking at Noora's art work, people often are reminded of nature and the environment. When painting, she is initially drawn to the canvas because of an inner nagging feeling, an uneasiness that will not cease until she expresses her creative thoughts with color. Sometimes there is a vision she attempts to paint, something seen in a dream or even a daydream, other times the paint pallet or the weather can be her inspiration. Mood can be a trigger too, and ironically, physical pain also compels her to paint.

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