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Into the Forest
Into the Forest
Edition Size: 195
Artwork Size: 16 x 16 inches
Framed size: 24 x 24 inches
Medium: Limited Edition on Canvas
Price: $595 CDN
Forests shrouded in mist and silver birches glowing in the moonlight are the subjects of Inam’s exquisite and atmospheric oil paintings which blend colours and textures to mesmerising effect. Born and brought up in Karachi, Pakistan, Inam learned the fundamentals of sketching and painting at a young age. An influential art teacher ensured he was given a solid technical and creative grounding, and encouraged him to pursue his outstanding talent. Keen to absorb as much of the world as he could, he travelled and attended three very different art schools in London, Istanbul and Atlanta, Georgia. From each of these he took away something specific, both in terms of inspiration and discipline and they all played an integral role in forming his future style.
Inam now lives in the United States. Although he has been painting from childhood, he debuted as a professional artist in 2001. His success has been international and he has been invited to exhibit his work in cities ranging from Karachi to Las Vegas. He has also fulfilled many prestigious commissions and his work hangs in mansions, boardrooms and even yachts all over the world. “When an artist’s inner feelings are outwardly expressed, true art is born. A work of art which did not begin in emotion is not art.”
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