Michael Lenarduzzi (left), CEO of The Wave, Muscat; Sayyid Kamil Bin Fahd Al Saeed (right), Assistant Secretary General of the Deputy Prime Minster Office for Cabinet Affairsl and Susan Al Saeed of Bait Al Muzna Gallery, at the exhibition held at Al Mouz Golf Course. Image Credit: Supplied picture

Muscat: Sayyid Kamil Bin Fahd Al Saeed, Assistant Secretary General of the Deputy Prime Minster Office for Cabinet Affairs, inaugurated the ‘Wave of Arts' Exhibition at the Al Mouj Golf at The Wave, Muscat.

In collaboration with Bait Muzna Gallery, "Wave of the Arts" is the first exhibition to be held at the Sultanate's 18-hole, championship golf course and showcases a collection of contemporary paintings, sculptures and photography by fourteen Arab and international artists.

Shaped by human experiences and pertinent subject matters of the time, the exhibition calls visitors to respond to the expressive works of art and connect on a humanistic level, rather than purely conceptual.

"From the onset, we envisaged The Wave, Muscat to grow into much more than just a master-planned community but a thriving and vibrant commercial, cultural and social center in the heart of the capital," said Michael Lenarduzzi, CEO of The Wave, Muscat.

"These type of events bring both residents and the greater Muscat community of varied nationalities and backgrounds closer together through shared cultural and artistic interests, forging an engaging and dynamic environment in which to live."

Lenarduzzi expressed his sincere gratitude to Bait Muzna Gallery for this creative collaboration and for playing an instrumental role in promoting awareness and appreciation of the arts in the country.

Participating artists at the ‘Wave of Arts' include: Abdallah Akaar, Abdul Majeed Karooh, Adnan Al Raisi, Ahmed Al Busaidi, Ahmed Al Bahrani, Alan Reed, Anjte Manser, Claudia Meyer, Enaam Al Lawati, Juma Al Harthy, Moosa Omar, Naima Al Maimani, Patricia Millns, Tahira Fida, Tonny Holsbergen and Wissam Al Hadad.

The exhibition will remain open to the public until December 22.