Damarawy realized from the beginning that there is no value to art if it doesn’t come from a conscious mind. Only by this way, the viewer, dazzled by the reality in which we live, can feel the world around him. Damarawy could combine the countryside way of living and the civilization of the Ancient Egyptians in Luxor. He therefore, created his vibrant art that appear as breathing creatures influenced by the flawing water of the River Nile and the combined influence of ancient and modern Egypt. Similar to the the songs of Oum Kolthoum and the novels of Naguib Mahfouz, Damarawy’s artworks brings back the beautiful values of the Egyptian society. The artist was born in the Delta Governorate of Beheira, in 1980. He completed his secondary school and attended the Faculty of Fine Arts between 1998 and 2003. He took part in college fairs, during that period and some International Exhibitions until 2015. He made a number of special exhibitions in Cairo at Al kahila Art Gallery. He also participated in international exhibitions of Salon El Shabab, Egyptian Opera House as well as exhibited in various galleries in France, Dubai and the United States of America.