Art For Refugees
Buy yourself a beautiful, limited edition art print and help support refugees in Berkshire.
We’re excited to announce that talented local artist and friend of Refugee Support Group, Hadil Tamim, has created a limited series of art prints that she is selling, with a portion of every sale going to Refugee Support Group.
Hadil recently gifted her artwork, Blue Square, to Reading Museum in October 2022, where it is currently on display. Blue Square reflects the architectural and floral motifs of Reading Museum and Reading town, using her signature Islamic art style to symbolise unity and coming together as a community.
Now Hadil is selling 30 limited edition, signed prints of Blue Square for £120 each, with £20 from sale being donated to Refugee Support Group to fund our work helping refugees in Berkshire. Hadil will use the remainder of the money from sending the prints to fund art workshops for Palestinians in refugee camps.
How To Buy A Print
Please click the link or use the button here to purchase your print directly from the artist: https://py.pl/eNGcM
Hadil next to Blue Square on display at Reading Museum
Information about the prints
Blue Square, 2022, Hadil Tamim
Limited edition, unframed A3 prints.
Each print will be signed by the artist and numbered 1-30.
All prints must be collected in person from Refugee Support Group, 35-39 London St, Reading RG1 4PS
About The Artist
Hadil was born in Al Yarmouk Refugee Camp, South of Damascus, Syria, and her family is rooted deeply within occupied Palestine. She obtained a Degree in Illumination and Ceramics from Ankara University, Turkey, and a Foundation Degree in Art in Practice from University of West London, UK. Since 1993, she has participated in many solo and group exhibitions and events, with permanent artwork on display in both Serbia and Turkey. In 2021, Two Rivers Press published Islamic Art Meets British Flowers, a book co-written with Berkshire naturalist Adrian Lawson. Hadil has worked at Refugee Support Group for more than four years, setting up and running our successful Befriending Scheme.