Miniature art painter opens small windows, invites you into her world

  • Arts
  • Monday, 03 Feb 2020

Fariza's 'Hobbiton' (watercolour on paper, 2018). Photo: Fariza Basri

Siti Fariza Ahmad Basri vividly recalls feeling utterly unnerved by the whole idea of exhibiting her art. The fear of receiving negative comments overwhelmed the 32-year-old artist.

“This was a very important picture, ” the mother of one daughter stresses during a recent interview in Kuala Lumpur.

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