MODA Mall exhibits Al Oraifi art works
Manama, July 18, 2010
MODA Mall, Bahrain’s ultra-modern shopping destination, has unveiled an exhibition by renowned Bahraini artist, Rashid Al Oraifi.
The event is part of MODA Mall’s first Summer Surprises promotion.
The artworks on display highlight Bahrain’s rich cultural heritage and include Al Oraifi’s own paintings of Bahrain’s Dilmun era, representing the artist’s special technique and unique insight into that period as well as abstract paintings technique.
This exhibition will be open to shoppers and visitors from 10am to 10pm until August 8.
The Summer Surprises exhibition is the first that Al Oraifi has undertaken at MODA Mall.
Al Oraifi will also be holding daily workshops for talented youngsters on general painting technique effect.
During his 45-year career, Al Oraifi has received many accolades for his art, including the Country Medal from His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa for his outstanding achievement and contribution in representing Bahrain’s rich cultural heritage.
The highlight of the “Summer Surprises” promotion will be a raffle with two grand draws for prizes including return tickets for two to Kuala Lumpur or Singapore, Paris or Bangkok and an ultra luxury Yamaha Jet Boat and two Jet Skis.
Shoppers will receive one raffle ticket for every BD25 spent at any of MODA Mall’s boutiques.-TradeArabia News Service
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