Arrow Arts began when 20-year-old Jood Na'im started painting in 2012. From the start, she received love and support from her family, which allowed her to fully pursue her passion. She opened her first art exhibition in 2017 with the encouragement of her close friends and family. This was Jood’s first major step in the artistic field. To keep the exhibition open, she decided to expand to an online space called Arrow Arts. The idea of Arrow Arts is that people can see Jood’s works of art on a permanent basis. Every day, her following online grows through Arrow Arts, which has allowed her to support more young artistic talents who might feel ashamed in the way of painting and art.
What distinguishes the work of Jude’s art is that each piece tells the unique story of a fictional life in another world: each canvas always has a new character that attracts a certain person or character to the piece. You, too, may soon find yourself in in awe of these paintings. Each canvas has a story different from the other and each canvas has a different shape depending on the artist who painted it. Jood believes that everyone is buying one of her paintings because they see a reflection of themselves.
While Jood was still in school, her small project has had a profound impact on her life and character. She has supported the work of many artists and is seeking to organize an upcoming show featuring many young artists in Jordan.
Today, she has sold many paintings of her own and of a number of other young artists works on Arrow Arts, creating a source of income for them to further develop their talent and spread their works of art among people.