Maha, a lawyer, artist, and short-story writer born in Aurora, Colorado, captivates audiences with her imaginative creations. Her evocative short stories, blending South Asian ghosts of the past with present-day situations, have found a home in literary publications such as the American Literary Review, The Bombay Review, and Masalazine.

Channeling her artistic vision through digital mediums, Maha showcases an eccentric range of techniques and expressive styles. Her works are influenced by a diverse array of artists, both contemporary and classic. Inspired by the likes of Amrita Sher-Gil, Shahzia Sikander, Alex Katz, Edward Gorey, and Peggy Fortnum, Maha skillfully weaves together elements from South Asian art and international influences.

Through her digital masterpieces, Maha invites viewers into a world where creativity knows no boundaries. Her art is a testament to her unwavering passion and her love of the plainness and absurdity of both people and of life, creating captivating visual experiences that resonate with audiences in non-traditional ways.

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