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In Houston, Former Refugees are Transformed Through Their Art

Tina Aldebashi’s medium of choice is resin, one that she says interprets her emotions but also “holds colors beautifully.”

By Ramon Taylor

July 9, 2017 05:46 AM


 
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Far from the Turmoil of Home, Six Houston Artists Pursue Their Creative Dreams

Tina Aldebashi

Tina Aldebashi was in high school in Sana’a, Yemen, in 2004, when she first realized she could really be an artist. She entered a sketching competition featuring students from high schools across the city, with Yemen’s president, Ali Abdullah Saleh, in attendance.

By Roxanna Asgarian  4/17/2017 at 12:00am  Published in the May 2017 issue of Houstonia

Exhibitions

  • Uniquely Vivid (2) - March 31, 2017, and the weekend from 9-6p.m. to benefit the YMCA. 

  • The Art of Communication - October 15, 2016

  • Triumph of the Human Spirit - October 9, 2016 

  • Bloom where are you art show - May 12. 2016, Houston, TX.

  • The Cristina Project 3rd Annual ART FOR THE CURE Silent auction – april 30, 2016 / Houston, TX

  • Uniquely Vivid Art Show – March 28 till 30, 2016 / Houston, TX - sponsored by Tellepsen Family YMCA

  • Art show at Restaurant El Paraiso – June 20, 2015 / Houston, TX

  • The Cristina Project 2nd Annual ART FOR THE CURE Silent auction – April 25, 2015 / Houston, TX

  • Art show at Restaurant El Paraiso – November 29, 2014 / Houston, TX