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  • "Ameena, The Osceola Arts patrons loved your artwork/installation. Your work "humanized" the experience that Muslim women go through in the United States. I believe that our visitors walked away with a healthier/human perspective on the Muslim faith and Muslim women. My goal for the exhibit at Osceola Arts was not only to display your talent but to educate our community about the daily struggle it is for people who practice what is considered a "foreign" faith or tradition in the USA.  The veil you incorporate over your paintings turns the viewer into the voyeur of an experience or belief that is very personal and sacred. I think middle America is just so used to assuming that we all have to naturally integrate into American popular culture without retaining the ethnicity (cultural and religious) of our homelands or the countries and traditions of our immigrant families. " - Marilyn Cortes-Lovato, Osceola Arts, Curator

  • “Ameena Khan’s exhibition is engaging, thought-provoking, and current.  It has received an overwhelming response from our student body; more than any other exhibition we’ve held in this gallery.”  - Patricia Sriram, Gallery 221 HCC,​ Director

  • "I believe your work is extraordinarily powerful and can be an enormously important tool in ringing understanding and compassion from the interaction of unlike communities. Art in general, and YOUR art in particular, can be the tool of an ecumenism that transcends organized religions and reaches into the hearts of individuals." - Bruce McCausland

  • “The collections are amazing, beautifully thought out and with power!!”

  •  “Amazing show…I loved the honesty of these women.”

  • “Lovely, important and poetic exhibition.”

  • “Breaks barriers through art and honest conversation.”

  •  “Very informative. Answers some questions that most people won’t ask.”

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