Najla M. Al Saleem
Najla M. ALSaleem was born in Riyadh, she is the daughter of Mohammed ALSaleem. She hold a Bachelor of Science degree from the Department of Chemistry at King Abdul-Aziz University in Jeddah and has a Bachelor of fine Arts degree from the Eastern Michigan University, USA.
Najla is influenced by the Horizonism style of the desert school, which was the style of her father, the artist Mohammed ALSaleem and she still draws this technique developed by her style and her personality.
The artist is one of the active women in the Saudi society. She did many courses that she made many workshops in the art field, which teaches students many issues about visual art.
She participated in many personal exhibitions, including the Janadriyas exhibitions 13, Riyadh Capital of culture exhibition 2001, the Saudi culture week in China 2010, and the Saudi culture week in UNESCO in Paris 2012.
Najla obtained many certifications from the Ministry of Education, the Educational Supervisory Center of the Guard, the Educational Training Department, the Saudi Culture and Arts Association, the National Guard and Educational affairs, the Kuwait society of fine arts and the Qatar society of fine arts.