W Amman Hotel collaborates with royal artist

Hotel showcases Her Royal Highness Princess FakhrelNissa Raad and Zaina Al Said's works

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The W Amman is showcasing the local art of "famed" artists Her Royal Highness Princess Fakhrel Nissa Raad and Zaina Al Said. 

The W Amman art exhibition was recently launched in attendance of  "VIPs" and public figures, a statement has revealed.

It went on to say how  Her Royal Highness Princess FakhrelNissa Raad's work is often described as "lighthearted, whimsical and happy."

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The work on show by portrayed regional Arab culture and folklore with a specialty in collage and digital art.

Speaking about the event, Esra Parin, general manager of W Amman, said : “We are delighted to introduce the artwork of Her Royal Highness Nissa Raad and Zeina Al Saeed, who both present exceptional set of art, each in her own style and touches."

Parin also said that the art exhibition reflects the W Amman's plan in "becoming the hub of art in town,  making it a must-visit destination to artists in Jordan and the region,”  she added.

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