Observing and drawing on location, standing amongst the pedestrian and road traffic, or perched between branches in a forest, Amira’s drawings are mostly composed through direct observation, as the essential depths and elements are hidden by the flatness of a photograph.
‘The job of the artist is to observe reality of nature, and not reinvent it in the studio’ - John Ruskin
Amira has adopted the concept of ‘Invisible Lines’ which she describes as, 'An interpretation of Observation'.
These ‘Invisible Lines’ intentionally lead the viewer through the inclusion of space. This is achieved through the interaction of a viewer reading into the positive and negative spaces in her work, thus creating a viewer’s
unique lines of desire.
'I feel that art has something to do with the achievement of stillness in the midst of chaos...
...I think that art has something to do with an arrest of attention in the midst of distraction'
- Saul Bellow
Portrait-Automat, Klein Kunst Festival. Götz, Berlin - 18 June 2022. Portrait-Automat mit den künstlerinnen Katharina Forster und Amira Hasoon
Atelier Vulkanfibrefabrik, Open Studios 2022. Werder (Havel), Berlin. 07-08 May 2022
The Art of Self Regulation, The Holy Art. Virtual Exhibition. 29 October - 04 November 2021
Open Exhibition, Oxford Art Society. Virtual Exhibition. 27 March - 18 April 2021
Summer Reminiscence, Broad Canvas Art, Oxford. Virtual Exhibition. August 2020
Isambard House Exhibition. Wiltshire. May 2014
Artist in Residence Exhibition, Broad Canvas Art. Oxford. May 2014
‘Liquid’ Exhibition, Oxford Artweeks, Broad Canvas Art. Oxford. May 2014
Great Coxwell Exhibition, Oxford Artweeks, Wiltshire. May 2014
Artweeks Competition Winner Exhibition, O3 Gallery, Castle Quarter Oxford. Oxford. May 2013
Oxford Town Hall, Oxford. Multiple pieces showcased, and available to buy in gallery shop. April 2022- present
Jam Factory, Oxford. Multiple pieces showcased, and available to buy in gallery shop. March - July 2022
Coffeesmith Cafe, Oxford. Multiple pieces showcased in cafe. February 2022 - present
Cafe Kraken, Oxford. Multiple pieces showcased in cafe. January 2022 - present