Freelance Contemporary Mosaic Artist
Anusha Niroshini is a freelance Mosaic artist from Sri Lanka who has a rich history in the industry. She is currently a member of the Ceylon Art Society since 2000 where she previously worked as an artist and as an art teacher, guiding students in developing their artistic skills. Anusha is also a member of the prestigious George Keyt Foundation since 2001.
She has completed a Diploma in Watercolor & amp; amp; Oil Color painting and designing at the Vocational Training Institute in Colombo in 1999 and has also successfully completed a course in Graphics Design at the Sri Lanka Institute of Printing in 2009.
She is an award winning art creator where she was awarded the Donald Ramanayake Prize given to the First place in Watercolor Painting at the National Art Gallery of Sri Lanka in 2000. She has been a regular participant in Sri Lanka outdoor street fair 'Kalapola' organized by the George Keyt Foundation since 2001 till 2017. Anusha has also taken part in the George Keyt Foundation Young Contemporaries Exhibition in 2001, 114th Ceylon Society of Art Exhibition in 2002, 115th Ceylon Society of Art Exhibition in 2004 along with her solo art exhibition which was held at The National Art Gallery of Sri Lanka.