Moazzam Ali

-Watercolor Master

Solo Paintings Exhibitions In Art Galleries:
Commissioned, Collection and Experience:

- A wide experienced position of Principal for 6 years in Art Colleges.

- Worked as an Art Director for 8 years in reputed Advertising Agencies.

- A great honor for paintings to be commissioned and collected by President's House, Prime Minister's House, Governor's House, Embassies, Consulates, Banks, Five Star Hotels, Museums, Palaces, Organizations and Homes of Art Lovers and Art Collectors.

- More than 600 original watercolor paintings commissioned by Sheraton Hotel to grace their guestrooms, corridors, restaurants etc.

2012 – Dubai UAE
2010 – Karachi Pakistan
2008 – Lahore Pakistan
2004 – New York USA
2003 – Karachi Pakistan
2002 – Lahore Pakistan
2002 – Karachi Pakistan
1999 – Karachi Pakistan
1998 – Toronto Canada
1996 – Toronto Canada
1995 – Karachi Pakistan
1994 – Washington D.C. USA
1982 – Islamabad Pakistan

Held countless group exhibitions.

Book on Moazzam Ali's Art
A historical book namely "Moazzam Ali - Watercolor Master" has been published. The book comprises of hundreds of paintings' plates as well as the artist's journey to become a Watercolor Master.

May 2007
Review in Art is Spectrum, USA Art Magazine
Moazzam's art work has been awarded a review in the ArtisSpectrum Magazine of this year by juror Tina Kukielski of the Whitney Museum in New York USA. The magazine was published in May 2007. It's one of the most prominent art magazines of the world. Following are the paintings:

“It was thought till now that there is no flexibility in watercolor medium, no change could be made, and it’s a very hard and difficult medium. An artist is trapped in its boundaries. I have condemned this philosophy, my work proves that watercolor is a very flexible medium: I can mould my paintings as I wish to, such as changing cold colors to hot or hot to cold and back again at once, and other elements such as textures, lines, shapes, light etc., with keeping up its transparency. My compositions are widely rated for their vividness, veracity, rhythm, almost poetical rapture and transport, easily conveyed by a superb sense of design. Still focusing on the local female figures, images are characterized by an explosion of colors as the vibrant hues of nature spill out of the boundary of their forms and weave complex web of colors, colors splattered, splashed and washed through the dense background jungle. Looking at my artwork, it can clearly be seen that I go to the soul of my figure, i.e. a Thari woman and matka (pitcher). People of Thar have traditional features, attractive dresses and thousands of years old unique heritage of Indus Civilization, which make them different from others. I chose pitcher along with a Thari woman as fetching water, which is seen by the splashes of paint at starting, usage of latest watercolor mediums and chemicals.