An exclusive interview with the Assyrian painter, sculptor Dankha Zomaya Sahda. Special thanks to Frederick Dooman, Cinemond Productions.
Dankha Zomaya was born in 1960 in Syria. His studies include a Degree in “Fine Arts” from the University of Damascus.
Among his notable achievements, he has more than twenty-two solo and joint exhibitions in the Middle East, Europe and North America, and Sculpture Symposiums in Syria and Bulgaria. Many of his sculptures are considered “collectibles” that have captured national audience where they are currently displayed at the National Museum (New Art Gallery in Damascus, Syria), the Ministry of Culture, and private international collectors galleries and exhibitions.
Most recently, his new research on sculpture was a point of interest to many researchers of plastic art and students of fine art faculties in and outside of Syria.
Currently residing in Chicago, his affiliations include membership in the Skokie Art Guild and the International Sculpture Center in United States.