Randa's artwork transcends traditional boundaries of style and genre.Her collection is an expression of

nature, still life and human figures through creative diversity.

Her primary focus is abstract, but she has also worked with impressionist and traditional styles. 

Randa's technique has varied but primarily employs a technique of illusion through application of colors - as seen in "Prague," where she used knives and brushes to create a terra colored interpretation of the old clock in Prague. 

Many of Randa's works focus on images of humanity, from facial expressions to iconic figures singing or performing musical instruments such as in "Soul " and "Legend." Her background as a classically trained pianist and music teacher influences her choice of subject for many of her works. 

In "Sea Illusions", Randa conveys the mood of the painting through choice of color, and through an impressionist style she allows the viewer the freedom to interpret a variety of images. Some of Randa's paintings use an uncluttered abstract style and choice of calm colors to convey themes such as companionship amidst loneliness in "Ghazal." In "Primus," Randa's branched out with a geometric interpretation of the first book of the Bible thus reflecting her ability to transform known subject matter with her innovative style. Additionally, Randa interprets known geographic places such as "New Orleans" and "Prague" to give a truly innovative and artistic interpretation. 


The paintings offer a range of softly muted tones, clearly defined crisply colored lines and stark abstraction that invites the imagination of the viewer. They reflect the ability of the artist to represent her chosen themes through a variety of styles that embrace both traditional and contemporary art in an inventive way.