My name is Aminath Hishma Zakariyya. I was born and raised in Male’ and I’m a self-taught artist. I always see my sisters and cousins drawing and their talent always amazed me so I started drawing from a very young age and I think that’s how I got interested in art. When I was a kid, I use to spend my time making cards for my family members and sewing dresses for my dolls and making tiny furniture’s for them. I believe that’s how I got interested and fonder with handicraft works rather than fine arts.
Mohamed Gailhal is a 22-year-old digital artist born in Male’, Maldives. He was introduced to art from an early age when his mother bought him a drawing block and drawing guides. He continued his interest in drawing in school but never took it seriously until recently.
Ludjain Ali Waheed was born in Male Maldives in 1993. From an early age, following his big brothers’ footsteps he demonstrated an inherited artistic talent and continued to bring his creative passion to fruition. He continued his passion for art in school with art stream starting from primary. After a gap of several years, he rejoiced back in around 2018.
My name is Eema, I’m 17 years old and I’m a self taught artist currently studying in Ahmadhiyya International School. I also prefer to go by the name “Eem” I’ve always been interested in art. As a child I’d always stay up late making random scribbles on my notebooks. I liked to go through my brothers art books and watch my sister as she drew landscapes, I always wished to be like them.
Unveiling Visions 2020 – Maldives Contemporary Art exhibition open for public with 52 Visual Artists
By far, Maldivian Artist Community is the only NGO working actively in the Maldives and organizing exhibitions involving so many artists. Our annual exhibitions welcome all artists across the country as a platform to showcase their great talent. This is the fifth year of our NGO and the fourth annual exhibition with the name “Unveiling Visions”.