Miss Waseem, an honours graduate in Painting from the National College of Arts, Lahore, draws inspiration from the concept of motion in both physical and metaphysical realms, a consistent theme in her studio practice. Having been part of group shows in Lahore and Karachi, including venues like “O Art Space,” “Taseer Art Gallery,” and “Canvas Gallery,” she brings diversity to her artistic journey.
Besides her visual art practice, she is a vocalist, finding inspiration in music for her studio work. Currently residing and working in Lahore, she serves as a faculty member of Visual Art at Lahore
Grammar School (LGS) Landmark Lahore.
Miss Waseem’s art revolves around the interplay of memory and imagination in travel. Using reflective aluminum sheets and layers of paint, she creates motion, capturing the hazy quality of memories during travel. Her paintings depict familiar nightscapes, exploring the poetic tension between attachment and detachment. She focuses on the impermanence of human journeys, highlighting the struggle between past and future, which fades away the present moment.