The sorrow and the memories of the blood and the violence lingered, but Ghass investigated to overcome the negative aspects of his story and to transform them into something therapeutic both for himself and for the general public.

Painting became his main mode of self-expression




For nineteen years, Ghass limited his palette to three distinct colors. Red, to represent the reflects of the sky after a bombing, black, to remember the burnt nature, and white, a traditional symbol of peace and innocence




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