Exhibition features treasures of Islamic art

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The Quaid-e-Azam House Museum hosted a fascinating exhibition of calligraphy on Friday. The exhibition featured treasures of Islamic art and three-dimensional wood carvings created by the prominent artist and calligrapher Ruheena Malik. Winner of a “pride of performance” award – Ruheena Malik’s work is inspired by the immortal expression of Allah (SWT) which comprises of exquisite creativity reflected all across the cosmic expanse of this universe. Her expression is based on a firm belief in the Almighty’s power to create. Her beautiful calligraphy of the Quranic verses is a humble but passionate tribute to the limitless imagination of the ultimate creator. Sindh Governor Dr Ishratul Ebad graced the inaugural ceremony and appreciated the calligraphic work of Ruheena Malik especially in the area of prompting Pakistan as a progressive country that is proud of its Islamic heritage. Over the decades, Ruheena’s superlative talent has been further enhanced by her extensive experience and diverse renditions in the world of art. Her scriptures reflect the ancient forms of intricately carved calligraphy including Kufic, Thulth, Naskhi, Nastaliq, etc.