The Inner Vision: Bin Lamin’ s world
By: Solara Sabah – Canada

(Mohammed Binlamin an artist who is residing in his concealed and private world. Ethan chorin An American writer described him as “unique artist”.Although Binlamin never attained any formal school to learn art nor any Institute of Arts, but he is up to date in his art and very bright about his own culture. Through experimental research spanned for over fifteen years, Binlamin was able to create very important new technique with special appropriate materials for his paints (this technique is still unknown in the world so as Binlamin at the edge of the Sahara in Libya).
His works look as if it is a legacy for a great civilization that is vague. Firm structures animals or organisms that look spiritual and shy. He called them “Yellow beings”, which almost you can feel their warm breath, they looked as if they have just emerged from old caves to walk in and surprised by its first step, or sometimes they look as if they run away from scorched land.
Binlamin’s characters in this art are creatures that inhabited his world with their own privacy and identity, the light emanates from them, glowing and dancing surrounding with the rhythm of the blue night.
In “Opera spoons “ binlamin painted the gaze faces in the spoon using the foam that left over the spoons after stirring the coffee. Binlamin in his works is digging to create a lasting images of inner being and place, in others words his art represent the unspoken language of our eternal dreams.