Anoma studied and worked in the UK for three decades as a designer and artist and now divides her time between London and Sri Lanka where her studio is now based. Recent exhibitions combine poetry and science to explore sustainability and the environment. Often suggestive and poetic in appeal, works range from mixed media paintings on canvas and paper to iPad and digital art, video and sculpture installations. They invite multiple interpretations, and are abstract reflections upon isolation, transformation, reconciliation, healing and the freedom of the human spirit.
‘Human insecurities, greed and conflicts blur the boundaries between reason and passion and explode the tensions that exist within all of us. We create and destroy in our search for immortality, never accepting life’s unalterable fact – impermanence.’