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Gwyneth Rasquinha has a versatile profile, she is Artist, Print Media Designer and Art Teacher. Gwyn as she is known to friends did her stint in the world of Advertising and Direct Marketing as a Visualizer which has left its mark on her and has given her a strong and reputable portfolio.

Gwyn’s passion to paint is shaped by her constant quest for serenity and she paints as a form of prayer. Celebrating life, positive vibes, motivation, serenity and peace are recurring concepts in her work. Her works exhibit patterns, strokes and color with preferred choices of medium being acrylic, oil pastels and ceramic. Nature, children, music, beautiful prose and poetry fascinate her and she draws inspiration from them to envisage her creativity and transform them into beautiful and meaningful artwork.

Born in Mumbai, India and currently living in Sharjah, UAE with her husband and daughter, Gwyneth has studied Psychology and later Applied Art.

The artist has exhibited extensively at the below shows:

Solo Exhibition
Slice of Serenity at the Cartoon Art Gallery 15th March to 26th March 2018

Group exhibitions
Cartoon Art Gallery, (with w2w and Paws Trails)
Participating artist at IWS Fest (the watercolor festival held in February 2018)
Ahmediya Art Gallery (Expressions)
The Hotel show – with GaleRia
The Workshop Art Gallery
DXB to Somalia organised by the Ajala Foundation
Orient House Bastakiya, (Share and Care, group exhibition)
The Retreat Palm Dubai (Wall of Happiness, group exhibition)
Sharjah (Sharjah Art Institute, Sharjah Cultural Club, group exhibitions)
Qatar (Raslaffan)
Abu Dhabi (MSF art fair)
DIAC (Dubai International Art Society)
Arte (Time Square Mall and Festival City)
World Art Dubai 2021

Live Painting with group of artists
@Outlet Mall Dubai – artists came together and painted as part of National Day celebrations – with ZeeArts
@ Sheraton Hotel Sharjah – live painting with the theme – Christmas
@ Fairmont Hotel Ajman – live painting with the theme – Nature

 Also paint regularly with watercolor artists in Sharjah – plein air (IWS – international watercolour society)