(MENAFN– Al-Waqeel News) News Agency – In the palm of a 30 meter high crane, Saudi artist Noora Al-Sayedan decorates the walls of Boulevard courtyard in Riyadh with 16 of the most famous drawings. Singers and writers in the Middle East.
The 30-year-old fine arts graduate has spent 21 days collecting for the Riyadh season, an annual five-month arts and culture festival throughout the Saudi capital that includes art shows, concerts and sporting events.
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The Riyadh season started in 2019 and in 2020 the events were canceled due to corona virus infection. But in the midst of health care measures it is now back at full speed.
Among its finest murals is an 18-meter-long painting by the famous Egyptian singer Umm Kulthum.
Noura al-Sayedan does the work of a whole team alone, drives the tractor and drives the crane, he navigates between the wide city walls and the facades of large buildings.
He explains, ‘Painting murals requires the highest level of skill, the most important of which is that we drive the crane. I mean, for me, I learned how to drive it because the thing is easy for me and I trust myself, and I can easily reach the places I want, especially when we go to very high places, reaching thirty meters.
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