Art from Burma brings to the UK the best contemporary artists working in Burma today. A selection of artworks is available for viewing in London but we pride ourselves in our access to a much wider range of artists and artworks that we are able to source to suit the collector’s personal taste and requirements.
Art from Burma currently presents Bagan Landscapes, a selection of watercolours by Moe Nyo, and Rangoon Scenes, a selection of small oils on canvas by Zaw Win Pe. We also showcase work by Nay Myo Say (such the collage featured in this post), Sandar Khaing and Soe Aung.
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Art from Burma was founded by Maria Marro-Perera, herself a collector of Burmese art and an admirer of the pioneering enterprise of Suvannabhumi Art Gallery in Chiang Mai, Thailand, whose director Mar Mar has supported contemporary Burmese artists through very challenging times.
Art from Burma is a socially responsible organisation that works with local artists and local art galleries to support the long-term viability of the art scene in Burma. In addition, Art from Burma supports Prospect Burma, a UK charity supporting education, by donating a % of all sales. Please read Prospect Burma’s latest newsletter that features Art from Burma on page 6.
Nay Myo Say’s Natri Puja, 2008 – Mixed media (inc. collage, gold leaf and acrylic) on canvas – 90 x 122 cm – Signed and dated by the artist