The statement "It is He who cures me" embodies a deep belief in the transformational power of healing, both spiritually and physically, and it encourages reflection on the profound forces at work when looking for comfort, healing, and rejuvenation. The verse serves as a reminder of the divine's inherent connection to the healing process. The neon calligraphy's brightness creates a brilliant glow that represents the illuminating power of faith and divine intervention. It acts as a ray of hope, pointing viewers in the direction of recovery and serving as a constant reminder of the infinite mercy that exists inside. The visual representation of "It is He who cures me" is a testament to the timeless wisdom and everlasting healing found in sacred scriptures, combining the traditions of ancient art with modern illumination.
|Illuminated letters in neon and acrylic. حروف مضائة بالنيون والأكلريك
|1 Ab + 1 unique variation
Abdelrahman Elshahed: Artist and architect. The art of Arabic calligraphy and architecture constitute an important communication tool in his contemporary artistic discourse.