Around 4000 art works including watercolor and oils on canvas.
Certain arts works are on exhibit at the Vatican and at the Kremlin.

1. His career in art began in 1980 with the success of his first art exhibition at the Convent of Notre Dame of Tamiche and the following:
2. 1982 Lebanon, University of the Holy Spirit, Kaslik
3. 1982 Lebanon, Gallery Chahine at Hotel Alexandre, Beirut
4. 1983 Lebanon, Convent of Notre Dame at Mayfouk
5. 1984 Lebanon, Convent of St. Antoine, Hboub, Tannourine
6. 1985 Lebanon, a permanent exposition in the convent of Notre Dame in Mayfouk
7. 1986 Lebanon, exhibition in Hboub, Jbeil-Byblos
8. 1987 USA, New York City, Cleveland, Ohio and Youngstown, Ohio Easton, Pennsylvania, New Brunswick, New Jersey
9. 1988 Switzerland (Pura, Caslano, Lugano)
10. 1989 Germany, Hambourg, Hofgaismar and Munich
11. 1990 France, Rueil-Malmaison
12. 1991 USA, Boston-Mass, Miami, Florida, Needham-Mass.
13. 1991 Germany, Hambourg, Landau- Pfalz
14. 1992 USA, San Diego, California
15. 1993 Lebanon, Notre Dame de Mayfouk
16. 1995 Lebanon, "Coin d'art" Zouk Michael
17. 1997 Lebanon, Jounieh (Goethe Institute)
18. 1997 Germany, Prien Am Chiemsee, Goethe Institute
19. 1999 Lebanon, Sts Pierre and Paul at Azra
20. 2000 Lebanon, Bambino, Amchit
21. 2000 Lebanon, Hardine
22. 2001 Italy, Rho (Milan)
23. 2001 USA, Shrine, Youngstown, Cleveland, OH.
24. 2002 France, Suresnes
25. 2005 Byblos - Jbeil "Katarat el Ward" - St. John Marc.

He taught art and artistic design at the school of Notre Dame in Mayfouk and the Holy Spirit University in Kaslik, Lebanon.
He is a member of the association of Lebanese Artists.
He is a member of the cultural Council of Jbeil.
He is a member of the committee of traditional Arts of the Maronite Diocese of Jbeil.
He is a member of the committee of traditional Arts in the Maronite Lebanese Order.
He contributed to several collective art exhibitions: Hboub, Jbeil; Lebanon, Unesco, Beirut and Sursok Museum, Beirut; Italy, Rome; Kuwait, Biennal (1997), Bengladiche (2000), Chahine Galery, Dbayeh, Bouar, Ehden, Jounieh.