Born in 1976 in Al-Arroub refugee camp located south of Bethlehem, West Bank.

Jawabreh earned his bachelor’s degree in painting from Al-Najah University, Nablus 2001. He participated in many solo exhibitions including; What is Known at the Villa Des Arts in Rabat and Casablanca, Morocco 2015; a body of work that was also exhibited at several other venues; such as Dar Al Mosawer, Lebanon 2014 and Al Ma’mal, Jerusalem, Al-Warsheh, Haifa and Faith Al-Mudares, Golan 2012; From Me to Me, Al-Mahatta Gallery, Ramallah and in Nablus and Aka 2009; Survival, Khalil Al-Sakakini Center, Ramallah 2005; Colored Abstract, Dar Al-Nadwa, Bethelhem and was exhibited in A.M Qattan Foundation, Ramallah 2003; and Flying Melodies – Fagner Festival, Bayrouith, Germany 2003.

He also participated in many group exhibitions such as; Bridge to Palestine, Marc Hashem gallery, Lebanon, 2014; Mediterranean days of the Fine Arts, Nabel, Tunisia, 2013; Peace exhibition,Rached Ziab Institution of Culture and Art, Khurtoum, Sudan (2011); I’m the Other exhibition, Stockholm, Sweden (2011); 1st International Multimedia Artist Exhibition, Rebellion, Italy (2012) and many others.

With an impeccable artistic talent and a solid command of techniques, Jawabreh’s paintings are highly captivating human expressions. His fabulous color coordination and sophisticated compositions require deep attention and careful examination, upon which shapes, stories and messages begin to emerge that are nuanced yet full of soulful impact.

Jawabreh was the founder of Marsam 301, Bethlehem in 2013, the co-founder of Al-Mahatta Gallery, Ramallah in 2008 and a board member of the Palestinian Artists League, Ramallah in 2006. He taught art at Al-Quds Open University, Bethlehem from 2004 until 2013. He also was an art teacher at Al-Quds University, Abu Dees from 2009 until 2011. He became an advisory member for the Palestine Youth Magazine in 2008 until today.