Syrian Painter: "War Changed My Art"
Jo Fidgen talks to Syrian artist Sara Shamma who feld her home during the civil war and now lives in Lebanon.
Sara Shamma is a Syrian artist now living in exile in Lebanon. She explains how the war has changed her art.
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Picture: Sara Shamma: Self-portrait 2013
Picture Credit: Sara Shamma