American fine artist Vicky Tesmer to host exhibition in Egypt

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Sun, 05 Nov 2017 - 02:46 GMT

Painting by Vicky Tesmer “A Day in Egypt” (Photo courtesy of Vicky Tesmer official website)

Painting by Vicky Tesmer “A Day in Egypt” (Photo courtesy of Vicky Tesmer official website)

CAIRO – 7 November 2017: American fine artist Vicky Tesmer will be leading an exhibition showcasing her Egyptian series entitled “Family of Souls – Ancestors of the Pharaohs” on Thursday at Ziad Bekir hall at Cairo Opera House.

The exhibition will be inaugurated by head of the Cairo Opera House Inas Abdel Dayem.
“The inspiration of this exhibition is the energy that one feels when he/she is in Egypt; a foreigner is immediately transferred through time when he/she see the Pyramids or the Valley of the Pharaohs in Luxor for the first time,” Tesmer told Egypt Today.

She further added that experiencing Egypt is similar to experiencing time travel as she describes it as “Mystical”

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Painting by Vicky Tesmer “A Day in Egypt” (Photo courtesy of Vicky Tesmer official website)

Tesmer’s paintings will be showing the joy and color of Egypt through depictions of camels, citadels, and other combinations including temples, mosques, and Egyptians’ daily lives.“The “Creation Series” is the most profound group of pastel drawings on canavas along with “Ancestors of the Pharaohs Series” as they represent patterning of life and energy,” she added.

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Painting by Vicky Tesmer “A Day in Egypt” (Photo courtesy of Vicky Tesmer official website)

Graduating from School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Tesmer is also known as an amateur of ancient Egyptian civilization in which she drew a series of portraits called “Family of Souls,” depicting ancient Egyptian royals in efforts to reveal the mystery and magic behind ancient Egypt.

Tesmer worked as an art instructor at UCAN Academy in which she taught children that have experienced trauma how to express themselves and their emotional issues.

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Painting by Vicky Tesmer “A Day in Egypt” (Photo courtesy of Vicky Tesmer official website)

Defining herself as a classical artist, Tesmer mentions on her official website that she is touched by nature and its studies including the mystical, mythical, and organic movement portrayed in landscape.

Tesmer has previously participated in over 30 exhibitions and art events in the United States and other countries.

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Painting by Vicky Tesmer “A Day in Egypt” (Photo courtesy of Vicky Tesmer official website)

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