Tasneem Moochhala is a Singapore based artist originally from Pakistan. Her inspiration is drawn from her travels around the world and her quest for constantly learning new mediums, and modes of executing her imagery. This has translated into a unique style which is a blend of eastern and western techniques and often 'painting' without a brush. She has studied printmaking and Chinese ink painting at the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, Singapore. She exhibits her art frequently, and her work has been commissioned and sold all around the world. A Chartered Accountant by profession, she currently works as a yoga therapist and a free lance artist in Singapore. She is also an active docent at the Singapore Art Museum.
'Being an avid painter of architectural forms, the exotic mysticism surrounding historical Islamic and Mughal architecture has been the main source of inspiration for my paintings. The decorative, rhythmic, repetitive patterns, the intricately carved arches and doorways are a recurring theme in my works, locked into my subconscious, creating a myriad images which I've subsequently been translating into my works.'
Affordable Art Fair Singapore — 2017 Studio Fine Art gallery featured six local artists at AAF.
Faith, Love and Hope — 4 May, 2018. Charity Exhibition at Assisi Hospice, 832 Thompson Road, Singapore.
World Art Dubai — 18 to 21 April, 2018
Affordable Art Fair Singapore — 2021 Studio Fine Art gallery to feature six local artists at AAF 2021.
Studio: 47, Jalan Pemimpin, #06-03,Halcyon 2, Singapore 577200