Anoma Wijewardene

Anoma Wijewardene

Anoma's paintings and installations encapsulates her passion for sustainability.

From the 2005 Sydney solo onwards several exhibitions explore man’s relationship with his environment, climate change and our earth in crisis.

Starting with the 2002 exhibition in New Delhi and culminating with The Venice Biennale installation in 2019 solo shows highlight the seeking of a harmonious coexistence with our fellow man; and focus on diversity, inclusivity, unity and healing.

The art reflects upon our universality and common humanity in the face of conflict, religious and nationalist fervour, and human insecurity. It invites us to accept shared stewardship of each other, our fellow species and our increasingly fragile planet.

Anoma frequently collaborates with creatives, scientists, activists and political advisors to create multi-faceted works of art which include sculpture, video, digital and mixed media installations as well as pure paint on paper and canvas.

Anoma Wijewardene

Anoma Wijewardene

Anoma's paintings and installations encapsulates her passion for sustainability.

From the 2005 Sydney solo onwards several exhibitions explore man’s relationship with his environment, climate change and our earth in crisis.

Starting with the 2002 exhibition in New Delhi and culminating with The Venice Biennale installation in 2019 solo shows highlight the seeking of a harmonious coexistence with our fellow man; and focus on diversity, inclusivity, unity and healing.

The art reflects upon our universality and common humanity in the face of conflict, religious and nationalist fervour, and human insecurity. It invites us to accept shared stewardship of each other, our fellow species and our increasingly fragile planet.

Anoma frequently collaborates with creatives, scientists, activists and political advisors to create multi-faceted works of art which include sculpture, video, digital and mixed media installations as well as pure paint on paper and canvas.

Anoma Wijewardene

Anoma Wijewardene

Anoma's paintings and installations encapsulates her passion for sustainability.

From the 2005 Sydney solo onwards several exhibitions explore man’s relationship with his environment, climate change and our earth in crisis.

Starting with the 2002 exhibition in New Delhi and culminating with The Venice Biennale installation in 2019 solo shows highlight the seeking of a harmonious coexistence with our fellow man; and focus on diversity, inclusivity, unity and healing.

The art reflects upon our universality and common humanity in the face of conflict, religious and nationalist fervour, and human insecurity. It invites us to accept shared stewardship of each other, our fellow species and our increasingly fragile planet.

Anoma frequently collaborates with creatives, scientists, activists and political advisors to create multi-faceted works of art which include sculpture, video, digital and mixed media installations as well as pure paint on paper and canvas.

Anoma Wijewardene

Anoma Wijewardene

Anoma's paintings and installations encapsulates her passion for sustainability.

From the 2005 Sydney solo onwards several exhibitions explore man’s relationship with his environment, climate change and our earth in crisis.

Starting with the 2002 exhibition in New Delhi and culminating with The Venice Biennale installation in 2019 solo shows highlight the seeking of a harmonious coexistence with our fellow man; and focus on diversity, inclusivity, unity and healing.

The art reflects upon our universality and common humanity in the face of conflict, religious and nationalist fervour, and human insecurity. It invites us to accept shared stewardship of each other, our fellow species and our increasingly fragile planet.

Anoma frequently collaborates with creatives, scientists, activists and political advisors to create multi-faceted works of art which include sculpture, video, digital and mixed media installations as well as pure paint on paper and canvas.

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The monograph ‘Anoma’ was launched in London at Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts, on International Women’s Day 2019. The book was sponsored by Rockland’s Colombo 7 Gin. The book and is comprised of over 200 images and five essays, including those by Professor Emeritus Gananath Obeyesekere and the Indian art critic Rosalyn D’Mello and Richard Simon, as well as Professor Emerita Jane Rapley OBE and Jana Manuelpillai of the NobleSage Collection . It includes a comprehensive section on process and chronology.

Chris Sanderson, of the The Future Laboratory also spoke at the launch.

Rockland Colombo 7 Gin invited the award winning mixologist Mr Lyan, aka Ryan Chetyawardana to create the ‘Anoma’ cocktail with a Colombo 7 Gin base.

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