Mohamed Siam

Muhammad bin Abdul Rahman Siyam was born in Medina in 1954 AD, in which he grew up and received his initial and intermediate education, then he obtained a diploma in the Institute of Art Education in Riyadh in 1974 and died in 2011. The plastic artist Mohamed Siam is considered one of the second generation artists in the Saudi plastic movement, and one of the important names that influenced the plastic arts scene during its decades of life by attendance, production and participation. His last artistic participation was in an exhibition organized by Prince Sultan Bin Abdulaziz Center “Scitech” in Al-Khobar, and it was presented to him in it Two paintings. He worked in the field of teaching as a teacher of art education and was one of the few creative people who excelled in teaching this subject. Many students who made art education in the stage their way and with complete success in this field graduated with him. Inside and outside the Kingdom, including: - Exhibitions of the General Presidency for Youth Welfare in a number of cities in the Kingdom. Gulf Cultural Week in Paris, the Maghreb Exhibition, the seventh exhibition of the Arab artist in Kuwait, the ceremony exhibition in Abha, the first periodic exhibition of the countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council in Riyadh, the Saudi contemporary exhibition, the Abha cultural competition, the exhibition of the Medina Artists Group at the Mahabba Festival in Lattakia in Syria, the art exhibition Contemporary Saudi. He has won a number of holdings and prizes from the General Presidency for Youth Welfare, King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah, King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh, Abdul Raouf Khalil Museum in Jeddah, and some personalities inside and outside the Kingdom, which are financial prizes, cups, medals and certificates of appreciation for his unique and distinguished style.