An accomplished visual artist, Malika Agueznay is both a painter, sculptor and emeritus engraver, driven by a love of art and a keen sense of a job well done. Her favorite sign, the seaweed, adapts to both canvas, wood and engraving, a technique in which Malika seems to have found her happiness.

 

It was at the start of the 1980s that she approached the world of printmaking in Assilah with great masters such as Roman Artymowski, Mohamed Omar Khalil, Krichna Reddy and Robert Blackburn. She has also been faithful, every year since 1978, to the Assilah Moussem and its engraving workshop. Ageznay's "alguée" handwriting is unique and her engravings are unlike any other, so much she knows how to bring out the reliefs and satin the shimmering colors. Whatever the medium and the technique, Malika's work is imbued with a mystical sweetness.

An accomplished visual artist, Malika Agueznay is both a painter, sculptor and emeritus engraver, driven by a love of art and a keen sense of a job well done. Her favorite sign, the seaweed, adapts to both canvas, wood and engraving, a technique in which Malika seems to have found her happiness.

 

It was at the start of the 1980s that she approached the world of printmaking in Assilah with great masters such as Roman Artymowski, Mohamed Omar Khalil, Krichna Reddy and Robert Blackburn. She has also been faithful, every year since 1978, to the Assilah Moussem and its engraving workshop. Ageznay's "alguée" handwriting is unique and her engravings are unlike any other, so much she knows how to bring out the reliefs and satin the shimmering colors. Whatever the medium and the technique, Malika's work is imbued with a mystical sweetness.