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“The days and the end, just the end or different. Getting different colors, and darker colors. All the colors. And I just do, painting. And paint and paint and paint.”

Yasmin Arshad was born in 1975 and lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts and has attended Gateway Arts since 1996. She loves color, especially shades of blue, and has devised a personal way of sequencing colors and numbers onto grids. She is fascinated by the millennium, and employs the motif “129999″ in her work as a reference to eternity. Arshad uses her artistic approach to communicate her own language to the world. Her paintings allow her to be heard in a way she was not before.

Arshad’s work has exhibited at the Gateway Gallery in Brookline, the Berenberg Gallery in Boston, Drive-By Projects in Watertown and in New York City at Cooper Union, the Outsider Art Fair, and the Phoenix Gallery. She has also shown at the Museum of Everything in London, the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art in Kanazawa, Japan and Creativity Explored in San Francisco.

Disparate Minds recently reviewed Arshad’s work, which can be viewed here.

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