Born in Beirut, Lebanon, Ghada Jamal started painting in the early 80s and continued her studies at Beirut University College. She immigrated to the United States of America and earned Master degree in Fine Arts in Drawing and Painting from CSULB in 1990. lived in California till her return to Lebanon in 2002.
Over the years, Ghada has exhibited in United States, Europe and the Middle East. She had nine solo shows in Beirut, Lebanon; at Art on 56th Gallery, Agial Gallery, The French Cultural Center and Piece Unique. She also participated in several group shows like; CONTEMPARAY ART, at City Center Dome and THE ROAD TO PEACE at Beirut art Center. Her work is in many permanent collections, including the National Museum of Women in the Arts, in Washington, DC.
Ghada Jamal taught drawing and painting at American University of Beirut and Notre Dame University. Currently, Ghada is residing in California, and continues to paint and exhibit in Lebanon and abroad.