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EyJay Inc. Founder and Artist is making his art known, from Toronto to the World



Everywhere we examine the history of art; we are bound to see a trace of Peter Paul Rubens, the artist who would be the first to create sumptuous portraits and the first to create the rainbow in paint.

Without Rubens' drawings, how could, for example, Murillo and Van Dyck develop? Would 19th century Orientalism have taken its familiar shape without Rubens' early dramatic paintings of hunting scenes with crocodiles and big cats? Would Picasso have painted Guernica if he had not considered Rubens' example of the horrors of war in his painting The Consequences of War?

In the lineage of Marcel Duchamp, Modigliani and others, the artist Ali Jammal has carved a path towards new contemporary artistic perspectives, his artworks open doors to various possibilities for the recipient. A certain impression is created in our mind when we look closely at his painting, looking at the colors: red, green, browns that he drew with the utmost delicacy and mastery.

However, you quickly discover that the meaning is elsewhere, the colors of the palette are intense and the details are delicate.

Ali Jammal in all his diversity, is a vast subject, it is true that he painted abstract works, but he also painted classical scenes, evocative landscapes and metaphors of ancient and contemporary history.

He appreciated his artistic talent and knew that he was naturally ready to paint great works and what reinforced this feeling in himself was his high level of transgression and artistic daring, and his ability to mix colors in a literal way that produces a real flow and reinforces the construction of the painting.

Color for Ali Jammal is a cultural affair once related to life and religion, black for example, color of mourning in the West is not the same in China. The symbolism of colors varies according to the continents for many centuries, through this approach he seeks to imitate the colors of nature but there in addition, it is conventions and color became expression and then a unique element of the table with the monochrome.

According to him, art is a sense of nobility and creativity; indeed, there is value in the act of drawing and painting means seeing things with two different eyes.

The idea of abstraction of his artistic creation that brings brilliant colors and reflections in the still space is the most powerful source of inspiration that illuminates Jamal's works, that abstraction has changed his perception of the world with its millions of ready-made colors facilitate the work of artists, but without the basic knowledge of the mixtures, the effects may not be relevant.

An appeal to the imagination and living paintbrushes:

His artistic creations are divided between everything surreal, figurative, abstract, where his worlds are full of creativity, while he makes his way to the outside world and other works in moments of isolation and contemplation.

Contemplating the paintings of the founder of EyJay Inc, the artist who has brought his art to the world from Toronto, we feel as if we are in the presence of something like ideal worlds, as the beauty of his work makes his paintings come alive with strong colors.

Many of his early paintings, which he repainted, are at the top of his list of successes, many of which have been purchased at considerable price.

This can be appreciated through the enormous success of his art exhibitions, including the EyJay Inc. Solo Exhibition, 1109 Queen St E, Toronto and the EyJay Inc. Future Landscapes, Project Gallery, 1109 Queen Street East, Toronto, EyJay Inc. Clarity, Project Gallery, 1109 Queen Street East, Toronto.

The emotional influence of all these works is clear and distinct, light and color combination are crucial elements in most of Eyjay Inc's works as they reflect Ali Jammal's own interpretation, which are ultimately a part of the human experience in its entirety and breadth.

When the color yellow blended with orange, a breeze blew heralding a new day and a new emotion, which caused some astonishment, but it did not dispel or reduce the stillness.

It is a mixture of fairy illustrated scenes, the often colorful canvas dominating the view. Most of AJ’s artworks today are showcased and available to purchase on his website at eyjayinc.com.










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