Over the past two decades, Sadouf Salem has made a name for herself as one of Jordan's most talented women artists/painters. Her amazing artwork which adorns her personal gallery in Amman tells of a lifetime of experiences, love, pain, beauty and survival.
Sadouf sat with me for an exclusive interview on July 9th, 2011 at her gallery where she spoke about her art, her spirituality and her artistic journey towards self-acceptance.
Below is her interview--intertwined with pictures of the artist, her work, and her fans--as well as pictures of the artwork she is currently displaying at Sadouf Gallery.
For more info on Sadouf Gallery, check out her Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/groups/158661640821693
You can also contact Sadouf directly via email at
Click on Play arrow below to listen to the interview and watch a slideshow of Sadouf's ouevre.
My exclusive interview with Sadouf Salem, a Jordanian artist whose works reflect a range of genres, combining Arabic calligraphy with various representations of the self.
Interview was conducted at Sadouf Gallery in Amman, Jordan on July 9th, 2011.
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