Arabic: 'Bismillah' in black and white reflects the prayer to seek God's compassion and mercy by invoking His name. The blessings are drawn by mentioning His sacred name and attributes. The letters are joined together to uphold a spiritual paradigm that envisions God's mercy above everything else.
Spiritually uplifting masterpieces by Faraz Khan. To PURCHASE MODERN ISLAMIC ART by Faraz Khan click on the images below.
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People who appreciate Islamic Art recognize the creative nature of the artist, an individual who fuses colors, lines, and words together to touch our hearts and beautify our visual experience. It is this beauty that art collectors appreciate about modern Islamic art that over 150 works of Faraz from as little as $35 to $12,000 in 2010 have found a new home. Faraz has partnered with Zaytuna College, Islamic Chaplaincy at Rutgers University, Princeton University, Agha...
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