Mohammad Nasrallah was born in 1963 in the Wihdat Palestinian refugee camp in Amman, the capital city of Jordan. He developed an interest in painting since his early childhood, affected by his surrounding day-to-day human and visual condition. Since the very beginning, he was always in search of a different form of expression for what he was seeing which became evident at a later stage in his exhibitions. He created his own unique style, which became inherently different from any other style of art. Mohammad Nasrallah held many exhibitions and participated in many Arab and international exhibitions. The most significant aspect that marks his artistic experience is the objective and visual diversity which are uniquely conveyed at every exhibition he holds, from the (Hymns to the soil), (Birds and Scarecrows),(Another Space), and (Another Land), all the way to this new exhibition ( Earthy Mirrors), in which he engages in dialogue and interlocution with poetry, presenting an artistic accomplishment that simply adds to his experience and enriches it.