Nada Farhat, M.D., is an artist originally from Saudi Arabia, currently living in Boston, MA
Her education includes a Bachelors degree in Medicine and Surgery from King Faisal University, Saudi Arabia, 2004. She is a Fulbright Scholarship Nominee, and a candidate for a Master of Arts in Communication Management from Emerson College, Boston, MA (candidate ’10).
Commissioned Projects available here.
- Commissioned artwork for HRH King
Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz Washington D.C. 2008
- ARAMCO hospital main entrance wall mural in collaboration with Saudi Artist Ibrahim Fallatah Dhahran, KSA
- Sultan bin Abdul-Aziz Science & Technology Center building artworks Khobar, KSA
- King Faisal University Girls’ Medical building artworks Dammam, KSA
- KPMG office artworks in collaboration with Saudi Artist Hussein Al-Mohasen
- Schlumberger Research Center building main lobby Artwork in collaboration with Saudi Artist Hussein Al- Mohase
- Nada also coordinates and teaches art workshops and classes to all
ages in and out of the Kingdom.
Artwork available in the gallery.
- Solo show “The Lost Arab World”; Inma Gallery, Saudi Arabia 2002,
Artik Gallery; Vienna, Austria 2003
- Solo show “The Collection of the Desert Dew”; Idrak Co.,
Saudi Arabia 2004
- Solo show “To My Father”; Desert Designs, Saudi Arabia 2006
- Solo show “The Collection of the Desert Dew II”;
American Embassy, Saudi Arabia 2006
- Solo show “Merging of the Seasons”; Saudi Arabia 2007
- Ambassador’s Award exhibition, Berlin 2007
- Emerson College, Boston, MA, USA 2008
- Duquesne University, Pennsylvania, USA 2009
- Recipient of the Ambassador’s Award sponsored by the Saudi Arabian Ministry of Foreign Affairs 2007
Charities Supported by Nada
- Journey Forward
- Lupus Foundation
- Alley Theater
- Susan G. Komen for the Cure
- Sanad Children's Cancer Support Society
“Because I am a medical student, the casual observer would say that art is my hobby. But it’s not. My art is really a kind of healing soul. A physician is what some day I am suppose to be. My art is who I am. As a medical student and a woman, I often have to hold back my true feelings. With my art, that is not a concern. Paint and canvas are what I really need to be free,”