UAE-based artist displays art exhibit at Ramada Ajman

The hotel is exhibiting UAE-based Ukranian artist Iryna Komar's art titled 'Sima Miracle'

Art exhibit is being displayed in the hotel's lobby.
Art exhibit is being displayed in the hotel's lobby.

Ramada Hotel & Suites Ajman is playing host to a contemporary art exhibition by Ukrainian artist Iryna Komar.

Titled ‘Sima Miracle’, the collection’s theme is about expressions of happy thoughts and feelings, which are portrayed through various subjects including music, nature, and family.

During the exhibit inauguration, hotel general manager Iftghikar Hamdani said: ““Ramada Ajman is pleased to extend support to budding artists like Irina. We invite everyone to visit the exhibit to appreciate and be inspired with the art pieces.”

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Komar, who is based in the UAE, said she uses the platform of art to communicate and create stories.

The Sima Miracle exhibition will be on display at Ramada Ajman’s lobby until July 27, 2018.

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