Kheder Visual Artist

Who Is Kheder

Kheder is an Egyptian modern self-taught artist, Established in Alexandria, Egypt.

Kheder has a bachelor's degree in pharmacy, Kheder is a full-time artist since 2008.

Kheder's artworks are being exhibited in private collections in many countries around the world  (USA, United kingdom, Denmark, Italy, Ireland, Norway, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Emirates,....)

Kheder defines art as a product of creativity, beauty, and scarcity.

the artist says he is not trying to be a classical realist or a theosophist, Kheder's focus is on creating Art in a unique and emotionally effective way, creating art that touches the heart to deliver a message.

Kheder has developed two painting collections since 2008, First collection is about Alla prima expressions, in which Kheder paints from back to front wet on wet using thick paints "impasto", the Second collection is about semi-realistic impressions, with semi-realistic tones and to be painted like an impressions Kheder creates "one layered strong textured brushstrokes directly applied on canvas" artworks.

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Alla Prima Paintings

Painting Alla Prima could be challenging, but in most cases, it could be done by two procedures:

     -The first is to apply color tones directly on the canvas, i.e., adjusting the tone on the palette and then adding the paint on the plain canvas.

     -The second technique is trickier, it involves covering the canvas with a layer of paint and then starting to add paints to reach the targeted tones on the canvas, i.e., mixing paints on canvas, First, cover the canvas with a relatively thin layer of oil paints, start to add colors to build the composition, then add Highlights and tint.

Brushstrokes are remarkable and spontaneous all over the canvas, subject edges are loose.

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Semi-Realistic Paintings

​Short, thick strokes of paint quickly capture the essence of the subject, rather than its details. The paint is often applied impasto, Wet paint is placed into wet paint without waiting for successive applications to dry, producing softer edges and intermingling of colour.