Imad Fakhry is a Lebanese artist, decorative painter, an ALBA professor for over 10 years, and the founder of the IMNADA Workshop for Decorative Painting. He was born in 1974 in Btedaï, a Lebanese village in the Beqaa Valley.

Fakhry holds a Master’s degree in Plastic Arts with honors from Lebanon’s prestigious Arts’ school ALBA, and is the recipient of two scholarships to attend renowned Paris-based Arts schools: “ENSAPC” and the “Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris”. After attending “decorative painting” and “trompe-l’oeil” workshops in Paris by famous French artist Yannick Guégan, Fakhry started receiving indoor and outdoor decoration projects including villas, churches, theatrical plays, malls and companies in Lebanon and abroad. He partook in more than 10 international collective exhibitions, and held his first individual exhibition at ALBA in 2016. Fakhry has also represented Lebanon in the Triennial of Rhodes (Greece) in 2008 for etching and engraving and has won 3 excellence awards. The knowledgeable artist believes that “to paint is a continuous struggle between colors and materials in an attempt to create forms”.