Lubna Agha

Lubna Agha has taken her painting cues from the traditional Muslim crafts such as woodcarving, metalworking, and textile-production, which she has artfully displayed in her paintings and art work. She draws on the creative inspiration from Muslim cultures as geographically disparate as southern Asia and northern Africa. Intricate architectural forms and design motifs suggested by unique historical handicrafts are evident in her painting, where the meditative and ornamental qualities of the original media take on new meaning and beauty. Beside Pakistan, her art work has been on display in art museums and galleries throughout the world, that includes Britain, Japan, Jordan, Switzerland, and the United States.
As one of the leading South Asian artists and Pakistani women artists, Agha has already earned her place in art history. She presently lives and works in Brookline, Massachusetts, U.S.A.



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