Helen Zughaib

“I am interested in telling stories about people. I am interested in providing another way to look at the world through my works,” said Helen Zughaib, whose practice embodies themes of displacement and acceptance. Drawing on her Middle Eastern roots, Zughaib uses bold colors, strong patterns, and definable shapes and scenes to amplify the plight of migrants, immigrants, and refugees—especially women, “to give voice to the voiceless, to heal, and to reflect in our shared humanity.”

Source: Athens Insider