A Dynamic Collective of Local Artists

A Dynamic Collective of Local Artists

Assem Hamdy

"When there is a tree who needs architecture,"
"Almost any place is valued by its content of sky, water, and trees,"
"Mathematical perspective is a very beautiful approach,"
"Pencil scratches are always first,"
wandering through that with a pencil is what I do for my art.
Photography-like or say impressionist-like look is how my art appears. Mathematical perspective & pencil coloring on white paper are my tools for architecture and art. I demonstrate the usage of these two simple tools in an art class with a belief that this elevates spatial figuration--a necessity for almost every discipline, and that perspicacity has a vista through art.

 

Assem Hamdy, Architect, Waterloo.
Bachelor degree in architecture 1986.
Cairo University, Faculty of Engineering, Egypt .

 

Tel. +1 226-791-3796 

Email. assem.abdalqader@gmail.com