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Dr. Ezzat Abouleish, M.D. is a Professor Emeritus of Anesthesiology at the University of Texas-Houston. In 1968, he emigrated from Egypt to the United States. He has been doing art work all his life. But, for the last 8 years full-time.

He is a member of The American Society of Artists. In the United States, he exhibited in different places and won many awards both in Classical Fine and Islamic Arts.

In 2006, he was one of the main artists of the project "Painting for Peace" that was displayed at Rice University, Ghandi Center in Houston, and the University of Houston-Main Campus.

He has published numerous books of his art work including "Islam in the Eyes of An Artist" and "Allah and the 99 Names of God."

He was part of the…

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  • Born on January 28
  • Joined June 16, 2009

About

Dr. Ezzat Abouleish, M.D. is a Professor Emeritus of Anesthesiology at the University of Texas-Houston. In 1968, he emigrated from Egypt to the United States. He has been doing art work all his life. But, for the last 8 years full-time.

He is a member of The American Society of Artists. In the United States, he exhibited in different places and won many awards both in Classical Fine and Islamic Arts.

In 2006, he was one of the main artists of the project "Painting for Peace" that was displayed at Rice University, Ghandi Center in Houston, and the University of Houston-Main Campus.

He has published numerous books of his art work including "Islam in the Eyes of An Artist" and "Allah and the 99 Names of God."

He was part of the Pelican art display work in Seabrook. He has been featured in the Houston Chronicle, at the Arab-American Cultural Center, Galveston Mosque, Library in Clear Lake and more! He has created and painted murals at Houston schools to encourage peace.

He is continuously trying to spread the word about the importance of world peace through his art. And, he believes he is able to reach many more people through art rather than through words.

Attached are samples of his artwork and an article book review featured in the Houston Chronicle regarding his latest book. I would love to talk with you further about collaborating together on featuring his art work in your gallery.

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