Rabab Eissa takes as the central theme of her paintings her inborn process of elemental and formal analysis. Her paintings show how colours, forms, lines, and perspective are more important than the subject. They also reflect the sensation of life and how women can connect to the complexities that these seemingly streamlined elements can convey. Eissa expresses this complication through geometric forms and a perspective unrelated to reality.
Born in Alexandria, Eissa graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts Faculty in Alexandria University in 2007. She has participated in more than 10 exhibitions, including those held at the Alexandria Library and The Jesuites Cultural Center in 2007. She also displayed her work at the 19th Youth Salon in 2008 where she received a prize in painting.