Anjum  has studied Abstract Art at NAFA Singapore  and also holds a Degree in Fashion from Mumbai,India. Anjum has had close to 50 group shows in India,Singapore,Malaysia and Dubai and is represented internationally by several galleries.

Anjum has been painting for over a decade now. She works with oils and watercolours. Her style goes from realism to abstraction. She enjoys playing around with the knife and loves the rich texture and the lustrous effects one can get with the knife & by using an array of different untraditional tools. She draws extensively from the dynamic rhythm of the nature that surrounds her and strives to re-create that rhythm on the canvas by building a “connection” between her language of abstraction and her perception of the subject. Her imagery is simple and conveys a form, which is at once creatively vibrant, yet effectively simple. 

Her works are a myriad of colours and bring about a drama on the canvas through the reds, yellows, orange and blues. The hues on her canvas have an almost lyrical quality about them….and her color  palate has  only got more buoyant over the years.  She works without any preconceived ideas and her paintings are made using many layers of texture and paint.  She is a full-time artist with a desire to create and capture earthy textures, bright bold colours and rich subtle layers of color in her works. In fact, her work can now be called a combination of realism and abstraction .

Anjum usually uses a palette knife, painting in oils and using a thick impasto technique to produce bold strokes that add strength and texture to her abstracts,landscape, cityscape ,floral and Calligraphy.
Anjum has been working creatively outside the box & her paintings find expression on 3-D cubes, cylinders, table tops & other such forms.


– Charity Group show, Assisi Hospice, Singapore, May 2018

– The Great Art Loot, Mumbai, May 2018

– Group Show, Kalidescope, Singapore, April 2018

– World Art Dubai, April 2018

– Woman of Art,Group Show of 30 Women Artist,March 2018, Mumbai.

– Palette, Group show, Edelweiss charity art auction – Delhi, February 2018

– India Art Festival, Mumbai 2018 with Dolna TheMovement

– Group Show ArtScape, Singapore, Dec 2017

– Group Show titled Spaces of Sanctity, Singapore, Sept 2017

– Group show titled One Square Foot, Cymroza Art Gallery,Mumbai Sept 2017

– Spaces Of Sanctity, Group show @ Gnani Arts,Singapore,Sept 2017

– Selected as 1 of 42 artists to participate in ‘Let Art Speak ‘-Feature Charity

– Affordable Art Fair,  Singapore, April 2017.

– Affordable Art Fair with Studio Fine Art, April 2017, Singapore

– Group show titled Spiritual, Artevouz, Mumbai, April 2017

– India Art Festival, Mumbai,  October 2016

– Group show titled Within Reach @ Gallerie Nvya- New Delhi July 2016

– Selected as 1 of 40 artists to participate in ‘Let Art Speak ‘-Feature Charity Wall, Affordable Art Fair,  Singapore April 2016

– Cityscapes, group show, Artevouz, Mumbai, April 2016

– World Art Dubai, Crossborders Art gallery, Dubai April 2016

– Textures, group show, Artevouz, Mumbai, March 2016

– Curenta, group show,  JS Art gallery,  Delhi March 2016

– Women with Wings, group show, Mumbai March 2016

– Curenta, a group show  with JS art gallery, Jaipur March 2016

– Palette, Group show, Edelweiss charity art auction-  Mumbai February 2016

– CSA, charity art auction @ NSCI, Mumbai November 2015

– Affordable Art Fair with Astrid Dahl Studio Gallery November 2015

– Art Fair Dubai, October 2015

– Malaysia art expo, Kulalumpur September 2015

– Vivid Strokes, a group show of artists, Singapore, September 2015

– Selected as 1 of 50 artists for SG 50 feature wall, Singapore, April 2015

– Mosiac, a group show at art loft Volvo, Singapore, April 2015

– Artea, a group show of affordable artworks,  Mumbai, March 2015

– Group installation with Gallery Art & soul, Surat, March 2015

– An installation titled Contra Puntal @ Kala  Ghoda Art festival, Mumbai February 2015

– Group show of Indian, Pakistani & Srilankan artists titled Vivid Strokes, Singapore February 2015

– CSA, Charity Art auction @ Taj lands end, Mumbai November 2014

– Gallery of Gnani Arts, Affordable art fair, Singapore November  2014

– Art Fair, Dubai November 2014

– Malaysia art expo, Kulalumpur September 2014

– Group show of Indian artists, vivid strokes, Singapore, September 2014

– Group Show, The Easel Art Gallery June 2014

– Selected as 1 of 100 artists at AAF Singapore, 100th Feature Edition May 2014

– Group Show, “Hues 2”, Mumbai May 2014

– Group show, A spring sojourn, Singapore,  March 2014

– Group Show, Protsahan India Foundation (Unbound) – Singapore, March 2014

– Group Show, Palette 2014, Edelweiss Charity Auction – Mumbai, February 2014.

– Group Show, Freshly Extracted-I at the Reading Room, Singapore, February 2014.

– Dahlia Art Gallery, Affordable Art Fair, Singapore 2013

– Malaysia Art Expo, Kuala Lumpur, 19-22, September 2013

– Gallery of Gnani Arts, 10th Anniversary Artist Show, ION Art Gallery, Singapore, 14-20 August 2013

– Group Show at Viewing Room, Mumbai May 24-29, 2013

– Group Show with Pradarshak Art Gallery 22 April- 4 May 2013

– Group Show ‘Resonance’ by Impressions Art Gallery at the India Art Festival, November 2012

– Group show conducted by Corporate Art India at the Prince of Wales Museum, Coomaraswamy Hall, Kala Ghoda in November 2012

– Group show at the Artists’ Centre Gallery, Kala Ghoda in July 2012

– “Treasure Trove”, a charity auction conducted for the benefit of the Jai Vakeel School for Special Children at the Trident Hotel, Mumbai, in April 2012

– “PRAXIS”, a group show at the Prince of Wales Museum, Coomaraswamy Hall, Kala Ghoda, February 2012

– The Annual Autumn Art Show”, a group show at the Artists’ Centre Gallery, Kala Ghoda August 2011

– Group Show at Artist Centre, Kala Ghoda, October 2010

– Group show titled Oum, Mumbai, October 2009


1. Anjum’s collectors span over India, UK, USA, Singapore, Malaysia, Mauritius, Nairobi, Hong Kong, Dubai, Abu Dhabi.

 2. Mahindra and Mahindra

3. Essar Offshore Subsea Ltd

4. Private collection of Jaydev and Zia Mody




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