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about me.

Each canvas I paint is a fragment of my life, narrating stories of ‘Sukoon’ (Arabic for a state of tranquility) – a tranquil sanctuary where the essence of motherhood and childhood intertwine.
My paintings are autobiographical, capturing moments of joy and serenity in the lively chaos that surrounds my world, often finding me through my children. These paintings are not just my memories but are becoming part of evolving identities of my children. These are about the laughter that echoes through the corridors long after the children have outgrown them. It’s my response to the desire to hold those moments, which are destined to pass.
Through bold textures, I aim to capture the sense of motion and fluidity in my artworks. My practice involves acrylic and oil, along with mark making using pigment sticks, charcoal, and pastels. The first layer I put on canvas is using the color which allows me to connect with my emotion at that moment, building up layers using flat brushstrokes, to reveal an inseparable relationship between motion and sound of the surroundings.
My works stand as testaments to the profound belief that to truly see, one must feel, and to truly express, one must connect authentically. I invite the viewer to pause, reflect, and perhaps find their own moments of 'Sukoon' amidst the chaos of life.


Megha Nema was born and raised in a quaint town in Central India. She have been living in Singapore since 2009.

Nema did Masters in Biotechnology from Nagpur University, India, in 2006. She has done several short courses in drawing and painting in Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (NAFA), Singapore, and Lasalle College of Arts, Singapore, over the period of 2010 – 2020. During these years, she has also learned under the guidance of few senior artists in Singapore.
Nema has done several group shows in galleries in Singapore, Malaysia and India. She have also participated five times in Affordable Art Fair, Singapore. She is presently engaged in a Masters in Fine Arts at the Savannah College of Art and Design, which she aims to finish by 2025.

Gallery Displays

  • Upcoming a group exhibition at The Art House, Singapore, called ‘Singapore Tales – A Panorama Through Local Eyes’ curated by me, in Sept 2024

  • Mother’s Day Exhibition at South Beach Towers by Mama on Palette, May 2024

  • Affordable Art Fair (AAF) Singapore with Studio Fine Art Gallery; Nov 2023

  • Solo Charity Exhibition at BNP Paribas Bank for the aid of AWWA Singapore; Aug 2023

  • Voice of Art I at Ion Orchard Gallery; Apr 2023

  • AAF Singapore with Studio Fine Art Gallery; Nov 2022

  • Group Exhibition at Studio Fine Art Gallery, Singapore; 2022

  • Group exhibition at Hollandse Club with Flipping Creative Women; 2022

  • Atelier5 collective display at Grids Coffee, Chinatown; 2022

  • Online Charity Exhibition with Gnani Arts Singapore; 2021

  • The Substation with Cabaleiro Art and Atelier; 2019

  • Swiss Club display; 2016

  • AAF Singapore with Cabaleiro Art and Atelier; 2016

  • AAF Singapore with Cabaleiro Art and Atelier; 2015

  • Art Expo Malaysia; 2014

  • Art Expo Malaysia; 2013

  • Protsahan Charity exhibition at Goodman Arts Centre; 2014

  • Ion Orchard Gallery with Gnani Arts; 2013

  • AAF Singapore with The Gnani Arts; 2012

  • Renaissance Gallery, Bangalore; 2012



  • Singapore In the Eyes of Mother Artists, SITE.MA, released in May, 2024, by Mama on Palette, a mother artist community





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