Nadia F. Alamah is a Lebanese American writer, poet, and visual artist who moved to Southern California from Flint, Michigan a few years ago, and who now has three places she calls home. She likes to paint with acrylics and oils, but also experiments with other mediums. Through abstraction, portraiture and landscapes, combined with vivid use of color, she paints to get to the heart of what it means to be human, and to uplift and inspire feelings of joy, hopefulness or awakening. She earned her BA in English with a Specialization in Writing from the University of Michigan-Flint. Her work has been featured in the Bishop Gallery at the Flint Institute of Arts and the White House Arts Collective in Clarkston. She currently operates out of the

Inland Empire.


Photo by Derek Sakata Photography