"Art is my place of freedom and allows me to explore and try out new things. It helps me to push myself beyond my imagination." - BUKI
Sumali Piyatissa is an artist based in Colombo, Sri Lanka. She’s an Accountant by profession and her love for art desired her to pursue it further. She has been painting for many years, developing her own style and artistic identity to create unique pieces of art. Sumali enjoys experimenting with bold color palettes and different mediums. From Oil painting to alcohol inks and epoxy resin. Her style of painting is abstract and differs from traditional techniques to a blend of modern mixed media techniques.
Sumali’s inspiration is drawn from her travel, surroundings, color, the people she interacts with and things that capture her eye.
Her work has been exhibited at Art fairs locally and internationally and she has had two solo exhibitions to date. She is currently selling her artwork on international platforms and is working with renowned interior designers on diverse projects.
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Solo exhibition - "Genèse" - February 2015
"KOLORFLO" - July 2017
Joint Exhibitions -Contemporaty Art exhibition, Grick Lane Gallery - London (Apr 2023)
Women of the work - NFT artwork exhibition - Nowhere Gallery NYC (22-25 Jun) in collaboration with Starbahn and TheArtling
Art Climate change - Novum Basel, Switzerland - Online exhibition (Mar 2022)
Artbox Project World 2.0 - Urbanside Gallery, Zurich - Feb/Mar 2022
Artbox project - Zurich (25.8-29.8.21)
Occhi/Phoenix Magazine - COP26 Online exhibition (Sept 2022)
Art Climate change - Novum Basel, Switzerland - Online exhibition (6.7-7.7.2021)
Gallérie Sonia Monti - Paris (Dec 2020- Jan 2021) - Joint exhibition
Van Gogh Art Gallery - Madrid (March 2020) - Joint exhibition
Women by Women - Virtual art exhibition hosted by Hansford and Sons Gallery - 25th - 29th May 2020
Roys Art Fair - London - Oct 2019
Innsbruck Art fair - Jan 2020 (In collaboration with Van Gogh Gallery, Madrid)
Brush with Art II & III
Kala Pola Art Fair - Sri Lanka
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