Inspired by the life around us, I gravitate toward experiences that help me grow. As a freelance artist located in Toronto, ON, I am also passionate about everything to do with design and data.
Painting was my first love. I’ve been a painter for over 10 years, practicing with Acrylic. Over time I’ve ventured into Oil, Drawing, Screen Printing, Sculpture, and Digital Media.
When I’m not working, you can catch me exploring a new country (or during the pandemic, wishing I was in a new country), watching a horror movie, or admiring art supplies I can’t afford.
Pushti Shah is a Gujarati-Canadian multidisciplinary artist who likes to explore themes of her Indian diaspora, feminism, reincarnation. Her work stems from aspects of Hinduism and horror, where she approaches Indian art from a unique angle. Indian folklore plays a heavy role in Shah's work, from gods to deities to demons, every story she has been told is stored away somewhere in her head, and she's bringing it back to life with a paintbrush in her hand. Her medium of preference is Acrylic, however Shah is currently exploring layering with paint, digital and collage, embracing all things abstract.