"Harf Al-Haa: Colour in Motion" is a vibrant and thought-provoking artwork by Ali Omar Ermes that explores the themes of good deeds and rewards. The inscription from a poem by the poet Al Hutayya promises rewards in this world and the hereafter for anyone who delivers a good deed, inviting viewers to consider the impact of their actions on others.
This original artwork, created in 1989, measures 90cm x 60cm and is crafted from mixed media on paper. It is currently in the possession of a private collector in Malaysia, where it continues to inspire and engage viewers with its powerful message.
This breathtaking piece by Ali Omar Ermes showcases the versatility and depth of the Arabic language through the use of a single stroke technique. Through this technique, Ermes is able to convey a range of emotions and expressions that range from the simplest and most direct to the most complex and nuanced.