Dr. Sumera Jawad is an esteemed artist and educator. She currently serves as the principal and experienced instructor of Studio Practice in fine arts at the College of Art and Design, University of The Punjab, Lahore. Her artistic focus explores themes of identity and self-expression, often using the female form as her medium. Noteworthy solo exhibitions in prominent cities like Karachi, Islamabad, Lahore, and even abroad in England enrich her portfolio. Beyond her personal artistry, Sumera Jawad leads the “Karbath” artist residency since 2017, offering a platform for emerging and established artists to embrace diverse styles. Her teaching journey has guided many doctoral and postgraduate scholars, reinforcing her status as a dedicated researcher. Her global scholarly impact includes numerous publications in research journals.
In Sumera’s work, Love is an emotion that keeps people bonded and committed to one another. Without love, it’s difficult to see how the human species could have evolved. No matter the differences in the way love is experienced, one thing remains common for all: we as humans are social animals who have a deep fascination for it.