Watercolour has become a very large and important part of my life-living in Al Ain in the United Arab Emirates for 18 years has given me plenty of inspirations for my paintings. Painting even just an Arabic building is beautiful.
I love watercolours and I learn more and more every day.
Wednesday, December 6, 2017
Inspired by the palm trees that are such a distinctive feature of life in the United Arab Emirates, the façade is a truly unique aspect of a stadium that was built in a record time of 17 months and which opened in early 2014.
The Hazza Bin Zayed Stadium holds 25,000 spectators, who are sheltered from the sun by its iconic roof, which also helps create a very special atmosphere during matches.
Home to Al Ain, the biggest club in the region, the stadium boasts excellent transport links. Lying close to the motorway that links the city with Abu Dhabi and Dubai, it is a mere 15-minute drive from Al Ain Airport.
Comprising of 3,000 premium-category seats, the Hazza Bin Zayed is a superbly equipped stadium and an unmistakable landmark when night falls in Al Ain, thanks to the LED lights that top its roof and create strikingly colourful patterns.