Salma Arastu

Artist, Visual Artist

1950 –

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Who is Salma Arastu?

Salma Arastu is an Indian artist, living in North America. Arastu is a native of Rajasthan and had a masters in fine arts from MS University in Baroda. Arastu's main mediums include clay sculpture, paper mache, and print work. She has also worked extensively with calligraphy and produces greeting cards for the American Muslim community. Arastu has been exhibiting her paintings for over last thirty years in India, Iran, Kuwait, Germany and the United States, having more than thirty solo and group exhibitions. Furthermore, her work has been placed in many museums around world for example, "State Museum of Art, Harrisburg, PA" and "Museum Of Modern Art, Hyderabad, India". Her exhibitions have been held in notable places e.g. "Stanford Art Spaces", Stanford University, "art Museum", Radford University, and she has earned several awards for her work.

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Born
1950
Nationality
  • United States of America
Profession
Education
  • Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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