Poems by Ali Omar Ermes.
This artwork consists of two pieces that are of the same size, making the overall size of the combined artwork: 208 cm wide, and 154 cm in height, with all other materials and characters, including the poems by the same writer: Ali Omar Ermes.
Barro – Al A-A-Seer, (Harfu al-ba, WA harfo al arraa, ala namatin marsoomin men al daiwani).
Poems by Abdul -Samad Ben Al Moaddal.
Mobhamat, mokawanat men al horoof mobhamaton, ala namatin men al daiwani.
Poems by Al Imam Ali (R), and some references say, they are by Mohyi- addin ben Arabi.
While the letters are clear, the atmosphere is mysterious, and that’s what the name suggests.
Al Zain, khafaya, bell aiy-na al khafaya? Harful az – zain ala namatin men al thuloth.
Poems by al imam/historian/poet/writer: Abi Baker Ahmad ben Ali Ben Thabit Al khateeb Al Baghdadi.
This piece of artwork has a long history of changes.
Adh-d, harfol adh-d marsoomon ala namatin mokhtalit.
Poems by: Hassan Ben Thabith (r)
Harfo At-ta, (ala namatin menal daiwani).
Poems by Al Bohthori or Abu Emarh Al Yamani
Namaton Mokhtalit, (Harful noon marsoomin ala namatin mokhtalit).
Poems from Lamiyato Assafadi.
The poems by the very well known author (Salaho Addin Abu As-Safa, Khalil Ben Aybak Assafadi), who is advocating self-reliance, and hardworking and other virtues deeds, See Lamiyat Assafadi.
A symbol of heritage, as we inherit what we inherit to appreciate and to look after this heritage, thus enabling it to reach the next generations.
The poem is by the Abbasid poet Abu Al-Ataahiah, who tells us
“That which really belongs to you is what you are able to spend on good causes, not what you consume and liquidate or leave behind”.
Poems by Zoal – Osbao Al Od-Wani and some text from Ali Omar Ermes.
This piece is an atmospheric work with areas of glimmering colours, reflected in various positions.
Taraakom, (Harful noon, ala namatin marsoomin men al rokaah)
Poems by Al Motanabbi, and text by Ali Omar Ermes, about recycling materials as part of the united environmental waste approach.
This art piece is an example of a trend that the artist is introducing to emphasize the wastage elements in today’s consumption culture.
Poems by Al Motanabbi.
In this piece, the viewer might notice, the action of the same colour in double function between light and shade, and between dark and light.
Ali Omar Ermes' artwork "Bidayah" explores the significance of the dot in human endeavors, as seen through the poetry of Att'anokhi and Ermes' own commentary. The dot serves as the starting point for any activity that involves touching a surface with an object, whether it be writing, designing, or something else. With this artwork, Ermes delves into the role of the dot in marking the beginning of a journey, inviting viewers to consider the power of even the smallest of actions. Created in 2008, "Bidayah" stands at 132cm x 130cm and is made with acrylics on paper.
Bao-Albayan Allawnol al barquoqi, Harful Alba ala namatin men Al Daiwani.
Wise sayings and poems from Lamiyat Assafadi
Poets, authors, and text writers: Wise sayings & poems by Al Toghraaie.
Miftaho al-OQuole, Harfu al-ya, ala namatin men al-daiwani.
Poems from moalaquto Zuhair ibni Abi Sulma.
Jeem- Harfol jeem marsoomon ala namatin mokhtalit.
Poets, authors, and text writers: poems by Al Bohthori.
Poets, authors, and text writers: Poems from the reference book, Adabu Al Mou-tazilah by: Dr Abdul- haleem balbaa.
Al Quaaf, Al Namatin men Al Thuloth.
Poets, authors, and text writers: Poems by Abi Firass Al Hamadani.
Immerse yourself in the rich cultural and linguistic traditions of the Middle East with "Al Waw Al Rasheeque Fi Al Azraque Al Ameeque." This breathtaking artwork, created in 2010 with revisions in 2014, features the sayings of Al Imam Ali Ibni Abi Talib (r) and pays tribute to the esteemed poets, authors, and text writers of the region.