Yousra Wahba Egypt , b. 1977

"Inspired by the flow of materials to create distinctive metamorphic-shaped sculptures that  embody the colors, texture, and movement of nature in organic form."

Yousra Wahba (Saudi Arabia, 1977) is a multidisciplinary Egyptian artist whose practice frequently confronts the visual memory of nature and the metaphor of frozen memories, a particular experience, or emotions in time. Through this anchoring theme, she merges natural and organic elements translating into largely observational metaphoric shapes, driven by her background in Pharmaceutical Science.
Pushing the limits of her material through persistent and relentless experimentation, Yousra creates sculptures of organic life forms like coral, flowers, and splashing liquid exploring the wild aspect of nature and reflecting fleeting moments of energy. embody the colors, textures, and movement of nature in organic form.