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Abd A. Masaud

Abd A. Masaud, festőművész
Born 1963 in Amman, Jordan, living since 1984 in Vienna Austria
1987 Received my Bachelor of Art from Webster University, Vienna.
1989 started working professionally in the field of silk screen printing in this period acquired my first knowledge with graphic design and Typography.
1994 I found the passion for restoring old antique wood sculpture and furniture. Through this work I learned many techniques in this field. Autodidact I learned wood curving, calligraphy and painting. Qualified friends in this field made this effort much easier for me. A particular interest in painting led me to pursue acquiring knowledge, through which I expanded and consequently developed my artistic style.
2008 started running the Rearte gallery as a non-profit private initiative, which was launched in order to give a chance for known and unknown artists to present themselves, and there work in an exclusive and representative atmosphere in Vienna - Austria.

Member
Member of the Jordanian Plastic Artist Association
Member of the Austrian association of professional art
Member of the International Association of Art IAA – AIAP
President of the Global Calligraphy Vienna

Projects
June 2014 Slovak Art in Vienna
June 2013 The Bulgarian cultural week in Vienna
Committee member of the 100 year Jubilee of the Austrian association of professional art
June 2012 The Egyptian week in Vienna
June 2011 The Hungarian cultural week in the Rearte gallery
June 2010 The Jordanian cultural week “Getting together” in Vienna
Rearte Gallery was in launched 2008 as a non-profit, private initiative

Many press articles see http://www.rearte-gallery.at/press.htm
Many Collective and solo exhibitions in
Austria, Bulgaria, Egypt, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Slovenia, Switzerland, Turkey and Jordan

Freelance calligraphy lecturer