About the Artist

Hi there! I’m Namira, and I am a contemporary abstract artist based in Dubai, U.A.E. My work mainly focuses on color perceptions, and the underlying theme in all of my work is flowers. I combine traditional painting techniques with contemporary abstract themes, creating a unique visual language that resonates not only with art lovers, but also flower enthusiasts. I love seeing happy people around me, and my studio’s mission is to boost serotonin levels with my colorful pieces and contribute to spreading that joy!

My Inspiration

My artistic vision revolves around color, and drawing inspiration from flowers and their unparalleled beauty. And after having my daughter (who’s just turned 3!), she is there as a daily reminder as to why I love flowers! I call her Lily. 

As an artist, expression of color means everything for me in my work. I am deeply passionate about capturing the essence of flowers in striking color palettes, and I try to incorporate Chromology into my work, which is the study of psychology behind color. I meticulously craft color palettes that dance in perfect harmony to represent joy in my paintings and remind the viewer of the beauty found all around us in nature. 

I quickly realized early on that I wanted to make florals my main focus for my art. Even with my customized sneakers I started out doing in 2019, my signature floral design became the most requested and highest selling custom.

A while after having my daughter Lyla in 2021, I had an epiphany that sparked an entire collection of floral work that has grown into the kind of abstract florals I have become recognized for now. Flowers are what guide my heart and give me direction in everything I create. I try to bring them into my home every chance I get, to be surrounded by the beauty and scent of them, and keep my mind fresh and always flowing with inspiration.

I try adapting theories of Chromology into all my work. It is psychological fact that people make a subconscious judgment about a person, environment or a product within the first 90 seconds of seeing it, and between 70-90% of that decision is based on color. I want to create happy art, art that makes people feel good, and reflects joy through color.

My Story

I am entirely self-taught in all mediums I work in, with many years of practice that helped me perfect my craft so I could hone my skills, keep evolving, and find my true artistic voice.
In college, I decided to continue on a line of study which I could use to support my main passion. I kept my field of study as Business, obtaining a BBA, and then a Masters degree in Marketing from California. I wanted to become a fully self-sustained artist who knew how to market herself and her art - and that is how I started making art sales solely online in 2019.