In 2006, Nour Ballouk received a diploma in Visual Arts from the Lebanese University. Her artistic journey began with her father, who noticed her deep passion for art at a young age. Her artistic sense was apparent in everything she touched, from arranging flowers to displaying fruit trays. Encouraged by her father, Nour developed her talent academically.
Nour's artworks are a reflection of her innermost feelings and emotions. She draws inspiration from Impressionism, Fauvism, and Cubism. Her paintings represent her subjective connection with reality, rather than just an accurate depiction of a location. For Nour, a tree symbolizes strength and life. Nour breathes, lives, and dreams art. She considers it a lifestyle and a way to surround herself with beauty every day. Her solo exhibitions in Lebanon, including the French Cultural Center, showcase her unique style. She also participated in international exhibitions such as the Grand Trouble Halle Saint Pierre in Paris and the Association of International Photography Art Dealers in New York.
In addition to her paintings, Nour contributed to three international films, including YARA, Bitter Bread, and Tales of the Purple House. Her artistic passions also extend to theater, photography, and music. Nour Ballouk's art is a reflection of her soul, and her unique vision has made her a prominent name in Lebanon's art industry.
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