Lot 134 - Aleesha Nandhra - East Anglia Tree Study
Lot 134 - Aleesha Nandhra - East Anglia Tree Study
Lot 134 - Aleesha Nandhra - East Anglia Tree Study

Lot 134 - Aleesha Nandhra - East Anglia Tree Study

Gouache, Ink and Pen on Paper

2022

A6 (15x10cm) Original Artwork

Signed on Verso

ARTIST INFO

 

About 

 

I’m an Illustrator and Printmaker from London.  
Since graduating from the Cambridge School of Art I have created work for the likes of Google, The LA Times, The Barbican and been shortlisted for The World Illustration Awards (2018). 
Thematically I am drawn to work that deals with: Nature, culture, mental health, music and everyday life. Narratives and visual storytelling play a huge part in my creative practice both within and away from commercial illustration.  
I also co-run ‘Mil Ke Chai’ an artist-led cafe which aims to create spaces that nurture friendship and enterprise across class, caste and religion. Collaboration, community projects and creative education are all also very important to me and these feed back into my work and process.  
 

Education 

 

BA Illustration from CSA 

 

Select Exhibitions/Awards 

 

Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition : 2022  

Meet Me At The Market - London 2019  

Creating Heroines 2019 - Nepal 2019  

BLISTERS : Season 7 - London 2018  

The World Illustration Awards 2018 - London 2018  

Secret 7" - London 2018  

100 Years, Today's Woman:We Are Here - London 2018  

BLISTERS : The Paperback Edition - London 2017  

Summer Screen Prints, Somerset House - London 2017  

We Are Here - London 2017  

Printern Show - London 2016  

Serco Prize for Illustration - London 2014  

Ruskin Gallery - Cambridge 2014  

New Designers Part 2 - London 2014 

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