Roula Kazan is a Lebanese Artist, figurative abstract, born in Beirut in 1971, graduated from the Fine Arts (ALBA) and ranked first of her promotion in 1995
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Has been awarded a scholarship at the national school of Arts of Cergy (ENAC) (France). Currently works as professor of Visual Arts at CPF-Montana international school and certificated as international bacalaureat (IB) teacher in Visual Arts. Member of the Association of Lebanese Painters. Founder of her own Design studio dedicated to drawing and painting courses. Her work in general tells the story of the Lebanese remains of Beirut This story unknown by the new generation and told by our ancestors indicates an important period of Lebanese culture that is inspired by the history of our experience. Art allows her to express herself more in pencil sketching and on canvas adapting techniques that meet her needs of 'image: Mixed media, collage, oil , acrylic and different textures. Through her works, she dreams of a better world where we could erase the mistakes of war and the past which prevents us from advancing.