A. M. Hassan

I paint to “share” my talents with others and to Praise and Thank The One Who gave them to me. The purpose of my art is not to try to imitate The Creator’s work. I want my paintings to serve as a reminder to those of us who spend most of our life inside our “man-made” environments of the Beauty and Majesty of His Creation that Sustains us.
My name is Helen M. Stackhouse, a.k.a. Amatullah M. Hassan. I live in Nashville, Tennessee. My artistic talents surfaced in preschool. After graduating from high school, I received some formal art training at the University of Tennessee. During the 70’s I exhibited at the Parthenon Gallery in Centennial Park , Vanderbilt University’s Italian Street Fair and other art venues. I worked as a Draftsman for the TN DOT. I have an Assoc. Degree in Architectural Engineering from Nashville State Community College. In the late 90’s I was forced to retire due to illness.
I moved to Panama City, FL in 2001. I was a member of the Panama City Artist for several years. My Art has been exhibited at the 9/11 Exhibit and the PCA Exhibit at the Marina Civic Center, The Panama City Artist Show and Sale at the Visual Arts Center, The St. Andrews Marina, The Sherman Arcade, the Nature’s Gallery event, The Museum of Man In The Sea, St. Andrews State Park Visitor’s Center, The Indian Summer Festival, the Lynn Haven Taco Bell the Health Department, the County Government Building and numerous events and exhibits in the Panama City area. My mediums of choice are Acrylic, Oil and Watercolor. I also design Wearable Art and Craft items. In 2007 I received a VSA Arts of Florida grant to teach disabled children.
I was a member of AARP Chapter 1315, the Bay County Islamic Society and I majored in Drafting and Architectural Design at Gulf Coast Community College in Panama City FL.
My husband and I moved back to Nashville TN where I exhibited in the “Untitled” artist organization's Pop-Up Art. I am currently exhibiting at Poverty and the Arts Gallery during the second Saturday “Art Crawl”. My art is currently available online at povertyandthearts.org.



Most of these paintings were a part of the "Heaven and Earth" exhibit at the City Arts Gallery in Panama City FL.
The first three paintings in this portfolio are a set of three 36"x 48" oil paintings based on the song "America the Beautiful".

Amber Waves of Grain “Amber Waves of Grain”

1 of a set of 3 "America The Beautiful". 36" x 48" Oil on Canvas

Purple Mountains Majesty “Purple Mountains Majesty”

2 of a set of 3 "America The Beautiful". 36" x 48" Oil on Canvas

From Sea to Shinning Sea “From Sea to Shinning Sea”

3 of a set of 3 "America The Beautiful". 36" x 48" Oil on Canvas

Abstract Reality “Abstract Reality”

16" x 20" Acrylic on canvas

Atmosphere 4 “Atmosphere 4”

16" x 20" Acrylic on canvas

Cypress Tree “Cypress Tree”

16" x 24" Acrylic on canvas

Atmosphere 3 “Atmosphere 3”

8" x 10" Acrylic on canvasboard

Atmosphere 6 “Atmosphere 6”

8" x 10" Acrylic on canvasboard

The Blue Boat “The Blue Boat”

18" x 24" Acrylic on canvas

Its Hot “Its Hot”

4" x 6" Watercolor, Ants are carrying ice back to the nest while other ants spell "Its Hot" on a cookie.

Flying South at Sunset “Flying South at Sunset”

16" x 20" Acrylic on canvas

Katrina's Edge  (Sold) “Katrina's Edge (Sold)”

While evacuating before a hurricane on the Emerald Coast, I looked back at the sky and saw several layers of rotating clouds over the Gulf of Mexico.
aprox. 20" x 30" Acrylic on wood

Surge Wave (SOLD) “Surge Wave (SOLD)”

In Memory of the people and homes lost in Galveston, Texas.

Recent Paintings

 Sunset 40kft above Brazil “ Sunset 40kft above Brazil”

16" x 20" Acrylic on canvas

Smiling Leaf  (SOLD) “Smiling Leaf (SOLD)”

16" x 20" Acrylic on canvas Red leaf on a sidewalk

 Foggy Carolina Sunset  “ Foggy Carolina Sunset ”

16" x 20" Acrylic
A foggy sunset after the storm.

Lion King Wall Murals

The Murals are on the walls of my great-grand children's room.

Acacia Tree “Acacia Tree ”

Detail of Acacia Tree on savanna wall (approx. 4' x 8' )

Jungle Waterfall “Jungle Waterfall”

Jungle Waterfall on wall opposite the acacia tree (approx. 4' x 5' )