Syrian Refugee Art Created with Pebbles

A rare, yet telling collection of Art created by a Syrian Artist, Nizar Ali Badr, during the refugee crisis on a French beach near Calais.

The following pieces of artwork do not belong to Fine Art Maya or any artist associated with Fine Art Maya. This exquisitely emotional art belongs solely to it’s creator. No copyright infringement is intended.

We wanted to share the artists creations with the world so that perhaps viewers can see his emotions through his art and enjoy his creations. See more of this talented Artist’s work here or here on Facebook.

By artist Nizar Ali Badr

By artist Nizam Ali Badr

art made out of pebbled during the Syrian refugee crisis

Art by Syrian Artist evokes emotion

About Nizar Ali Badr

Nizar Ali Badr is an established Syrian sculptor from Latakia, Syria, whose simple stone sculptures tell complex stories. Words are not his thing, but stones.

Nizar Ali tells the story of Syrian families using stones to depict human emotions, and the suffering and hardship of war. He tells the story of migration using stones to depict the gravity of the crisis and the refugee crisis, and his portrayal is painfully accurate.

The scenes are minimalist and intimate, yet are also sharp and distressing narratives. People, family, love, children, joy… Sadness, sorrow, misfortune, war, death, migration, exile…

Melted in the midst of an unimaginable collection of stone compositions and sculptures arranged by the artist’s hands, one can feel wisdom, simplicity, a great love for humanity, and hope.

Nizar Ali’s stone sculptures are also a witness of solidarity among all the people of the planet whose lives are destroyed by war.