About Me

Javaid’s affection for Art dates back to his early childhood, enjoying drawing and painting since he could remember. From drawing portraits of family members, random objects around the house, to his surroundings, the sketchbook was always a close companion whether at home, during studies or outside.

Since then, he has experimented with various styles and mediums, grasping techniques and practices that best represent his work. His real inspiration however comes from the surroundings, his search for a more creative approach and his own perspective for free self-expression.

Now, he enjoys aspiring to create pieces that challenge the senses. The thought process for each piece can often take months before the first brush stroke, as there always has to be an underlining significance to the content he paints.

This is his work, and so much more.

Monday, 5 December 2016

Print of Artwork 'Seasons at Greenlands' auctioned at Fund Raising event in Henley Business School.

The first signed print of the artwork named 'Seasons at Greenlands’ was donated to the ‘Silent Auction Night’ fund raising event.

The event which was held at the Henley Business School aimed at raising money for the charitable causes.

The print 'Seasons at Greenlands’ was drawn specifically for this event and was just one of the many items that was sold to the highest bidder in an auction style silent sell off. 

The print was able to raise a healthy sum, all of which will help those in need.

Monday, 1 September 2014

Print of artwork 'Ascending Names' auctioned at Ladies Fund Raising event

The first signed print of the artwork named 'Ascending Names' was donated to a Ladies fund raising event.

The event which was called 'Gaza Freedom' was a ladies only event aimed at raising money for the needy in Palestine. Tickets to the event were all sold out, with over 150 ladies attending.

The print 'Ascending Names' was one of just three items that was sold to the highest bidder in an auction style sell off.

The artwork proved quite popular, with bidders not just from those attending but also extending to those following the event on Facebook.
The print was able to raise a healthy sum, all of which will help those in need.

Tuesday, 29 April 2014

Inspiring Artwork for Peace Symposium with Burnham Park Academy

The Slough Peace Symposium proudly exhibited Artwork painted by Year 9 pupils from Burnham Park Academy during their annual event on the 26th April 2014. The 10th event of its kind in Slough attracted approximately 250 people from all walks of life, and included speakers including the local Mayor, MP and Chief Superintendent.

Javaid visited the school prior to its display in order to offer creative guidance and support to pupils embarking on the task of producing the artwork.

The Artwork was Sensualised by four larger than life hearts, each depicting various messages representing the theme of 'Love For All Hatred For None'. These were then put together on a backdrop by Javaid just a few hours before the start of the event, allowing all guests to appreciate the wonderful work done by the pupils. The work will now be exhibited within the school.

 Teacher and Pupils standing alongside the Artwork

View of the Peace Symposium from the Artwork

Monday, 27 January 2014

Exhibition of 'Arabic' inspired Art at Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead Town Hall

The Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead Town Hall stands majestically in the centre of Maidenhead town centre, and offers a large popular space for staff and visitors. The exhibition area is also the through-route to the various meeting rooms in the Town Hall as well as the 300 seating Desborough Theatre, and sees a high level of footfall.

Twenty framed pieces of Art, including a new series of artwork inspired by 'Arabic' were exhibited within the walls of this grand building. This immediately generated a lot of interest and was publicised by all the local newspapers in and around the surrounding area. 



Friday, 8 February 2013

University of Reading exhibit 'Crossed Connections' within their prestigious Henley Business School

'Crossed Connections' has now found a home within the prestigious setting of Henley Business School, in Henley on Thames.  http://henleyconferences.com/

Visitors and programme members can now ponder and reflect over this artwork during their studies.

Monday, 9 November 2009

Exhibition at the Runnymede Gallery in Windsor

Runnymede Gallery is located on the Windsor Road, in Old Windsor, Berkshire, and within the grounds of the National Trust.  It is renown for its places of historic interest and natural beauty.

The gallery also attracts a large number of tourists who come to walk the hills and along the banks of the picturesque waters of the River Thames .