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Originally from Sri Lanka, Anushiya Sundaralingam now lives and works in Belfast.

Since graduating from the University of Ulster, with a BA Hons in Fine and Applied Arts, Anushiya has established a strong reputation for her work, which includes exhibitions, commissions, and as an arts facilitator for various public, private, and health organisations.  Her work is represented in numerous private and public collections.

The artist works with a range of media to reflect the intricate and layered nature of belonging, identity, place and conflict and is a member of Belfast Print Workshop working from both her home studio and at Queen Street Studios.

Discover more about the artist and her work HERE