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*1978

North America

Hijazi

Randa

3594

Artist ID:

Exhibitions & Awards


The artist's exhibitions and awards span various locations and years, showcasing a diverse international presence. In 2022, she exhibited at the Palais des Congrès de Montréal in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, in a virtual-exclusive event for the International Lions Clubs. In 2019, her work was displayed at GRENADINE SEED in Dib Design Gallery, Laval, Quebec, Canada, and in 2018, at 22 KISSES in Afkar Art Gallery, Beirut, Lebanon. Earlier, in 2016, her art was featured at En Vogue Gallery in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, and in 2010, at both the Syrian Opera House and Moustafa Ali Gallery in Damascus, Syrian Arab Republic.


Group exhibitions include the 2023 DIVERSITY IN ART at Leonardo Da Vinci Art Society in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, and the 2022 MONTREAL EN FESTIVITIES at Gallea Gallery, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. In 2021, she exhibited at the Arab Culture Centre in Damascus, Syrian Arab Republic, and Sainte Madeleine Church in Paris, France. The year 2019 saw her work at M Gallery in L'Assomption, Quebec, Canada, and at Le musée des maîtres et artisans du Québec in Montreal, Quebec, Canada in 2018. Previous group shows in 2018 and 2016 were also held at Le musée des maîtres et artisans du Québec and UNESCO Palace in Beirut, Lebanon, respectively.


The artist has received numerous awards, including the 2023 INTERNATIONAL MEDAL OF MERIT, the highest honor from the International Lions Clubs during the Annual Gala in Laval, Quebec, Canada. She also received the 2023 GOLDEN MEDAL IN ART from the Leonardo Da Vinci Art Society and the Circle of Painters and Sculptors of Quebec. In 2022, she was awarded the Certificate of Artistic Achievement from the Luxembourg Museum and a recognition award from the International Lions Clubs in Oak Brook, Illinois, USA. Other accolades include the 2021 SILVER MEDAL from Le Cercle des Artistes Peintres et Sculpteurs du Québec (CAPQS), the 2020 Letter of Congratulation from the House of Commons in Canada, and the 2016 Certificate of Appreciation from the Embassy of Paraguay in Lebanon.

Brief Biography & Artistic Journey


Randa is a contemporary Syrian-Canadian artist based in Laval, Quebec. Born in Damascus, Syria, she moved to Dubai, UAE, before finally settling in Canada in 2017. She graduated from the Painting Department of the Faculty of Fine Arts at the University of Damascus in 2000 and later pursued further studies at the Faculty of Mass Communication and Science of Media at the same university, graduating in 2008. This diverse educational background endowed her with a unique perspective on life and its surroundings, allowing her to work with the eye of a photojournalist and the heart of an artist. After moving to Canada, she earned a diploma in Starting Business (Attestation of Vocational Specialization) from Career Center College Saint Pius X in Montreal in 2019.


Her experiences moving between the East and West have shaped her personality and the themes of her artwork. She has developed a major theme that explores the cultural connection between the deeply rooted memories of the Orient and the continuously evolving Western civilization. Her artworks highlight various humanitarian issues, expressing themes of injustice, poverty, and elimination, all within a harmonious and unique presentation.


Randa's work has been recognized by critics, art historians, and collectors, earning her several honors from official bodies and multiple awards in art competitions. She has participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions in various countries including Dubai, Lebanon, Canada, France, and Syria.


Member of the Committee of Culture and Arts at Business Professional World (Emirates Club) BPW, Dubai, UAE.

Member of CAPSQ, Circle of Painters and Sculptors of Quebec, Montreal, Canada.

Member of RAAV, Regroupement des Artistes en Arts Visuels du Québec, Montreal, Canada.

Member of the Syndicate of Fine Arts, Damascus, Syria.

Brief Biography & Artistic Journey


Randa is a contemporary Syrian-Canadian artist based in Laval, Quebec. Born in Damascus, Syria, she moved to Dubai, UAE, before finally settling in Canada in 2017. She graduated from the Painting Department of the Faculty of Fine Arts at the University of Damascus in 2000 and later pursued further studies at the Faculty of Mass Communication and Science of Media at the same university, graduating in 2008. This diverse educational background endowed her with a unique perspective on life and its surroundings, allowing her to work with the eye of a photojournalist and the heart of an artist. After moving to Canada, she earned a diploma in Starting Business (Attestation of Vocational Specialization) from Career Center College Saint Pius X in Montreal in 2019.


Her experiences moving between the East and West have shaped her personality and the themes of her artwork. She has developed a major theme that explores the cultural connection between the deeply rooted memories of the Orient and the continuously evolving Western civilization. Her artworks highlight various humanitarian issues, expressing themes of injustice, poverty, and elimination, all within a harmonious and unique presentation.


Randa's work has been recognized by critics, art historians, and collectors, earning her several honors from official bodies and multiple awards in art competitions. She has participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions in various countries including Dubai, Lebanon, Canada, France, and Syria.


Member of the Committee of Culture and Arts at Business Professional World (Emirates Club) BPW, Dubai, UAE.

Member of CAPSQ, Circle of Painters and Sculptors of Quebec, Montreal, Canada.

Member of RAAV, Regroupement des Artistes en Arts Visuels du Québec, Montreal, Canada.

Member of the Syndicate of Fine Arts, Damascus, Syria.

Women in Art

Sympathy

1325

Art ID

2022

|

101 x 101 cm

Acrylic on canvas

4000

$

Randa

Hijazi

Women in Art

Share (Fight against hunger and poverty)

1326

Art ID

2020

|

170 x 140 cm

Acrylic on canvas

6000

$

Randa

Hijazi

Women in Art

Rose dances (Environment)

1327

Art ID

2020

|

170 x 140 cm

Acrylic on canvas

6000

$

Randa

Hijazi

Women in Art

Give smiling by a simple way (childhood cancer)

1328

Art ID

2022

|

170 x 140 cm

Acrylic on canvas

6000

$

Randa

Hijazi

Women in Art

Vision of soul

1329

Art ID

2020

|

150 x 120 cm

Acrylic on canvas

5000

$

Randa

Hijazi

Women in Art

Wise king

1330

Art ID

2020

|

150 x 120 cm

Acrylic on canvas

5000

$

Randa

Hijazi

Women in Art

Laurel wreath

1331

Art ID

2021

|

170 x 140 cm

Acrylic on canvas

6000

$

Randa

Hijazi

Women in Art

Femininity

1332

Art ID

2019

|

180 x 120 cm

Acrylic on canvas

6500

$

Randa

Hijazi

Women in Art

Complete vision

1333

Art ID

2019

|

150 x 120 cm

Acrylic on canvas

5000

$

Randa

Hijazi

Women in Art

Multy Strength

1334

Art ID

2019

|

170 x 140 cm

Acrylic on canvas

6000

$

Randa

Hijazi

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My vision is to bridge cultural divides through art, fostering global unity and understanding. I believe in the transformative power of creativity to inspire change and bring people together. My artwork aims to reflect diverse perspectives, encouraging dialogue and mutual respect. By participating in international exhibitions and earning prestigious awards, I strive to create a platform that celebrates cultural richness and artistic excellence. My commitment to artistic innovation and cultural representation is steadfast, as I continue to explore new forms of expression and connect with audiences worldwide. Through my art, I hope to make a positive impact, promoting peace and understanding in our increasingly interconnected world. As I always say, "Art is my weapon against human indifference and offers new ways to view the world."

Exhibitions & Awards


The artist's exhibitions and awards span various locations and years, showcasing a diverse international presence. In 2022, she exhibited at the Palais des Congrès de Montréal in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, in a virtual-exclusive event for the International Lions Clubs. In 2019, her work was displayed at GRENADINE SEED in Dib Design Gallery, Laval, Quebec, Canada, and in 2018, at 22 KISSES in Afkar Art Gallery, Beirut, Lebanon. Earlier, in 2016, her art was featured at En Vogue Gallery in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, and in 2010, at both the Syrian Opera House and Moustafa Ali Gallery in Damascus, Syrian Arab Republic.


Group exhibitions include the 2023 DIVERSITY IN ART at Leonardo Da Vinci Art Society in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, and the 2022 MONTREAL EN FESTIVITIES at Gallea Gallery, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. In 2021, she exhibited at the Arab Culture Centre in Damascus, Syrian Arab Republic, and Sainte Madeleine Church in Paris, France. The year 2019 saw her work at M Gallery in L'Assomption, Quebec, Canada, and at Le musée des maîtres et artisans du Québec in Montreal, Quebec, Canada in 2018. Previous group shows in 2018 and 2016 were also held at Le musée des maîtres et artisans du Québec and UNESCO Palace in Beirut, Lebanon, respectively.


The artist has received numerous awards, including the 2023 INTERNATIONAL MEDAL OF MERIT, the highest honor from the International Lions Clubs during the Annual Gala in Laval, Quebec, Canada. She also received the 2023 GOLDEN MEDAL IN ART from the Leonardo Da Vinci Art Society and the Circle of Painters and Sculptors of Quebec. In 2022, she was awarded the Certificate of Artistic Achievement from the Luxembourg Museum and a recognition award from the International Lions Clubs in Oak Brook, Illinois, USA. Other accolades include the 2021 SILVER MEDAL from Le Cercle des Artistes Peintres et Sculpteurs du Québec (CAPQS), the 2020 Letter of Congratulation from the House of Commons in Canada, and the 2016 Certificate of Appreciation from the Embassy of Paraguay in Lebanon.

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