This is the gallery for BVAA member Evette Hanna.
My name is Evette Hanna. I studied at the Fine Arts College in Egypt, where I was born and grew up, and became a member of the Guild of Plastic Arts in Egypt. I came to the United States two years ago.
I am dedicated to what I love, which is Art in all its fields like oil painting, pastel, oil pastel, acrylic, water color, gouache colors, pencil, crafts, jewelry, graphic and digital painting.
I worked as a graphic designer for international organization like American University in Cairo, USAID (United States Agency for International Development).
And it was too benefited to be an artist too because I used that in my designs to think creatively to produce new ideas and concepts, that is clear in some of my designed such as: I used painting and digital paint to design the Aids Campaign which called “Women, Girls, HIV and AIDS” for the United Nations and World Health Organization.
I got some honors and awards in Egypt: I got first place for Youth Art Festival 2011, First place in Christian Art Festival in 2010, and the third place in the Modern Art Museum in The Egyptian Opera 2009.
Since I came to US I designed RIAC’s brochure for RIAC (The Refugee & Immigrant Assistance Center) and became a member of BVAA.