After graduating and formally trained in Fine Arts – Honors Program from Hajvery University, Sadaf Mukhtar dedicated herself to Message Welfare Trust, a leading non-profit civil organization that works for eliminating poverty, social injustice, and illiteracy amongst poor women and children in Pakistan. She professionally worked as a textile designer and concentrated on Batik, wax-resist dyeing method, designs that are relative to ancient civilization of Indus and heritage of Pakistan.
Leveraging her formal studies in Fine Arts, Sadaf experimented and exceled in various mediums such as oil, watercolor, textile printing, pastel, charcoal, pen/ink, and foil art. She takes inspiration from Abdur Rahman Chughtai, a renowned Pakistani artist who has done much work to preserve South Asian cultural heritage of Mughal Art.
“I am naturally gravitated towards eastern art from Indo-Pakistan and Islamic calligraphy that is portrayed in my work. Inspired by Mughal history and Islamic culture, I bring both worlds together through my art and send a powerful message of co-existence.”
Sadaf came to the United States in 2010 and established her family with Asad in Maryland. She dedicates her time raising her two kids, Adil and Layan.