Siraj Hull grew up in Malaysia and uses much of what she remembers, growing up in an environment with lush vegetation, beaches, mountains, colorful people, flora and fauna in her artwork. She also spent a decade in the South Pacific, strengthening her visual images of Malaysia which is often depicted in her art.
Though Siraj majored in psychology and worked as a school psychologist, art has been close to her heart. She has lived, breathed and delved in art for as long as she can remember. She is a self-taught artist. Trying new ideas and experimenting with different modes of artwork has been a wonderful and lifelong quest. Siraj worked with pottery and basket weaving before venturing into painting.
In this body of work, Siraj exposes a variety of new styles using the elegant writer pen and watercolor. Using this technique, she not only shows snippets of Malaysian and South Pacific scenes, but also a multitude of styles to produce beautiful art.
This exhibit is on display at the University Hospital in the G5/1 Corridor. Take H elevators to the 1st floor or take stairs from clinics lobby to 1st floor. Parking is available in the hospital ramp for a fee.