Shams un Nisa interprets original calligraphy by different artists into hand embroidery using the finest silk, precious and semi-precious stones, 















brocade, linen and cotton, highlighted

by beads, sequins and appliqué work, and mounted on attractive frames that reflect her amazing sense of colour.



Exhibitions


The National Museum Riyadh, The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia


Agdal Cultural centre rabat, morocco


the islamic cultural centre of ireland, DuBLIN


islamic cultural centre & king fahd academy

london, United kingdom


organised by unesco

ramada, doha, qatar


department of culture & information, Sharjah, uae


CULTURAL foundation

abu dhabi, uae


trade centre, dubai & several exhibitions in uae/UK

CALLIGRAPHIC EXPRESSIONS THAT GLORIFY THE ALMIGHTY

'ORIGINAL AND REMARKABLE'

'...Shams un Nisa is going to be remembered for her exquisite breathtaking embroidery that embellish some beautiful calligraphic interpretations of Quranic verses.'

'Her passion for her vocation strikes you and then surprises you for its very intensity.' 

Her embroidery work has been recognised as 'Islamic Heritage'. Of her own calligraphic skills, she says she is a beginner...'








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Islamic Calligraphy by Hand Embroidery


UNESCO APPRECIATION LETTER

'...the Quranic Calligraphic  pieces, decorated by delicate and colourful embroidery displayed in Doha, has witnessed an unprecedented attendance of the educated, elites and the lovers of such beautiful type of art. This is due to what has been reflected by your unique work which is done by hand...'

Shams un Nisa - Artistic Interpreter, Designer & Co-ordinator