Opening: Friday, August 12 from 7pm to 9pm
Homme Gallery is excited to announce Ash Huda’s urbanSutra POP collection, the artist’s first solo exhibition with the gallery. The exhibition opens on Friday, August 12 from 7:00 to 9:00 pm and is on view until August 26.
Ash grew up in a creative household where he was inspired by his mother who custom designed and sewed numerous home décor items, his father as an artist and poet, and his brother a self-taught musician. His work explores the relationship between his passion for architecture, fashion, sports, and photography. Ever since he was a teenager he was fascinated with design which was cultivated during the dot come era leading him to create business logos and corporate websites as a creative outlet. He creates art that combines familiar objects to create something uncommon and unique with a pop flair. He continually explores pushing the envelope by combining bright colors and objects in new combinations so others see them in a new light. His experimentation with the intersection and overlap of everyday shapes and objects is meant to ultimately highlight the beauty of the environment around us and to provide an unforgettable visual journey.
About Ash Huda
Ash Huda is a self-taught digital artist currently living and working in Washington, DC. His formative years were spent in New Orleans where he was influenced by the vibrant and exotic culture allowing him to look at everyday objects in different ways to generate unique perspectives. He has over 20 years of experience leading studies for Congress to improve information technology management roles and responsibilities. He graduated from Tulane University in New Orleans with a bachelor’s degree in cell and molecular biology and then studied artificial intelligence at George Washington University.
For further information, including images, previews, and viewing appointments, please email Amir Browder at email@example.com or message @homme_dc on Instagram. Ash’s work can be found @urbanSutra on instagram.
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