Mohamed’s work can be best described as representational. His subject is mainly landscape, although he does paint florals and still life as well. He prefers to paint certain subjects in specific media. Having worked in the studio for several years, he now prefers the challenges of plein air (on location) painting.
Mohamed’s awards include:
The Mildred Nelson scholarship (2013), the Card Alling scholarship (2018) both awarded by the Edmonton Art Club as well as the en- plein air scholarship (2019) awarded by the prestigious Scottsdale Artists' School (Arizona- USA)
In my paintings, I strive to convey the viewer into the scene so they experience the scent of my florals, hear the rustling of the leaves in my landscapes, feel the chill in my snowscapes and hear the crashing of the waves in my seascapes. My process is similar to my previous paintings, yes, but never the same.
Mohamed Hirji Fine Art
14709-43 A Avenue
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