Abdulrahman Hamdi is a 28-year-old Saudi artist expressing emotion through his works. From a young age he has used art to visually and colorfully translate his thoughts. The colors, the textures ... they speak to his feelings, present and past. His mother once said, "You were an extraordinary child. At two years of age when other children drew rudimentary houses or flowers, you painted monster snakes and brilliant sunsets." An older Abdulrahman doesn't paint landscapes. He does, though, create abstract canvases with the paint solidly in control. There is no intent when he begins ... the outcome remains unknown until the last stroke is applied.