The visible world is run by its interaction with the invisible world’s orders which are structured by information shaping our reality. This information has a universal language, which is mathematics. Therefore, there is an invisible order that mathematics allows us to visualize and interpret.
As a mathematician and a doctor of emotional intelligence, Mayasa AlSowaidi has developed an exceptional sense of questioning and understanding the mechanism of mathematics and its resulting thought.
This perfection of creation resonates in the work of Mayasa AlSowaidi, mathematician and PHd in emotional intelligence, who takes us on a journey through these multidimensional spaces. Every medium she uses depicts this hidden reality sublimely to our gaze.
Mayasa Sultan Al Sowaidi is a self-taught artist from the Kingdom of Bahrain. She earned a BS degree in Mathematics from the University of Bahrain, a Postgraduate Diploma in Business Administration and an MBA from the New York Institute of Technology. She recently graduated from Grenoble University where she obtained a PhD in Emotional Intelligence. With a background in mathematics, balance and order are important components of her artistic practice. Art is an essential part of her daily life, allowing her freedom of expression and a platform to explore her creativity.
Al Sowaidi is a member of the Bahrain Art Society and has participated in numerous exhibitions in Bahrain, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Cyprus, Dubai and Oman. A recent group exhibition in Dubai showcased 30 artists from the Middle East and South Africa. She also participated in BAAB (Bahraini Artists Across Borders) in May 2016 which was held at the Victoria And Albert Museum in London, She also participated with CARAVAN’s in (I AM exhibition) in National Gallery of Fine Arts in Amman, Jordan, London and North America in Washington, D.C in 2017, also participated with Art Bahrain Across Borders In INDIA (NEW DELHI and MUMAI) 2017 and INDIA ART FAIR IN 2018. She was the Public Vote Prize Winner 2016 of Sovereign Middle East and North Africa, and has also been recognised with numerous other prizes and awards.
Characterized by its distinct shapes and impressions, Mayasa’s work embodies an elegance and grace that is both subtle and bold while reflecting her experience as both a writer and a mixed media artist. Her abstract artworks have enjoyed regional and international fame, appealing to a wide variety of audiences both locally and throughout the region