In his latest exhibition "Memories of Jasmine," his art has to do with where he comes from and quite a bit of his pieces are even made from material found in and around Jizan, either as oil paintings on reed mats like "Sword dance" above,
|"Composition of tradition 2." Why is there an ottoman in front of the art?|
|"Composition of tradition"|
|"Evening." Notice how the colours correspond to the time of day in the painting's title.|
or with natural colours on a mat.
|"Jasmine girl." (Oil painting on canvas) Notice how this artwork depicts the private life of women's work, as its subjects are uncovered. How did Otif get access to this scene?|
|"A party with jasmine." To be honest, I'm not quite sure what I'm looking at here.|
Another theme that Otif incorporated into his work was the depiction of the traditional dwelling used in Jizan.
|"Jizan Decoration." You can see them in the background as well as in the "decoration" itself.|
|"An evening from there"|
|"Decoration from Jizan" (Digital print)|
Here are the rest of the works of art.
|"Fol and Fol" (Pastel on paper)|
|"Kady" (not for sale)|
|"The Four and the Camel"|