Samina Mansuri’s works incorporate painting, drawing, sculpture and mixed media works. She began her studies in Pakistan then moved to New York in 1982. She obtained her BFA from Pratt Institute and then studied at the New York Studio School. In 1990 she returned to Pakistan to take up a teaching position at the Indus Valley School of Art and Architecture. She is an internationally recognized artist. For the past 12 years she has exhibited her work in important curated shows in England, Paris, United States, Pakistan, India and recently Canada. She has organized and co-curated exhibitions in Karachi and is the founding member of VASL International Artists’ Workshop, under the umbrella of the Triangle Arts Trust (a worldwide network of workshops organized by artists for artists). Her works are in public and private collections internationally. Mansuri lives and works in Toronto, Canada.