Ali Omar Ermes (b.1945) Libyan/British contemporary artist active since the 1960s. His widely exhibited works explore the relationships between art, values, science, morals, life & death. Interwoven with excerpts from literature, mainly Arabic poetry, colors, forms, space & rhythm resulting in visual & musical wonders.
The artist has now released an exquisite, limited first and only editions of 250 silk-screen prints.
These prints, printed by Coriander Studio in the UK, part of CCA Galleries and one of the world's foremost fine-art printers, are individually signed and numbered by the artist.
Arts are an ongoing process of creativity based on theoretical knowledge and practical know-how. This is to expand mankind’s horizons in all areas of human endeavours.
The contribution of all races, cultures and languages in Islamic civilisation gives them a unifying sense of purpose and as a matter of course gave tremendous powers to refine the intellect of the human mind and enrich the taste of people’s experiences.
My vision is to help recognise these powers of thought and to re-ignite our modern imagination in its individual and universal sense to be able to embrace all its characteristics, enjoy its fruits and refer to it as a major resource of hope and optimism for a better future for all humanity.
– Ali Omar Ermes
Artwork titled: Peace means justice. In this work, Ali Omar aims to establish that “peace is conditioned on justice and that no real peace is without real justice.”
The composition contains twenty-three languages including Arabic, Latin, Sanskrit, Hebrew, Chinese, Javanese, English, French, Hausa, Swahili, Bengal, Urdu, Persian, Russian, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Swedish, Turkish, Kwanyama, German, Greek and Japanese.