Ayesha’s work depicts the colonial era arts and culture of The subcontinent. Her sensibility and motivation emerges from the deep rooted romance in the cultural values of that era. For her, It’s a melody at work when sun is about to set and the girls get dressed for the evening to come.
Ayesha’s subjects are mostly women depicting life in various musical, dancing and cultural themes. It’s a music at play when her brush moves.
I am a self motivated and mostly self taught artist and come from a long tradition of artists at home. Her great great grandfather was the first Muslim principal of Mayo School of Arts, (now National College University) the most prestigious institute in the whole of undivided India before 1947.
I have gone through several media and techniques through the ages including food arts, interior decoration and paintings. My creativity needs a media and is looking for a next road, always.