Kamil Abdushukur is an Uyghur professional artist who specialize in oil painting, water marbling and digital art. His artworks are mostly contemporary. Kamil loves the abstract style because it does not limit his imagination and simply allows him to express what he is feeling.
Kamil immigrated with his family to America in 2014 and is now living in Melrose. His 3 paintings about human rights were displayed in Harriet Tubman House in 2017. His painting "The Shape of Time" was displayed in "Venice Personal Structures" in Italy in 2017 and also displayed in Le Carrousel du Louvre Paris in 2018. His artwork, "My Land Highland," was displayed in "Spectrum Miami Art show" in 2017. In 2019, his artwork, "A Blaze of Color," was displayed in "Salon Des Beaux Arts" in Paris. Since 2016, he has participated in several exhibitions in Malden. Several of his artworks were displayed in a Malden Access TV exhibition called "Chance Encounter" in 2018. Recently, his mask art, "Flame," was displayed in a virtual exhibition called "Creativity under Lockdown" on the website of UNESCO.
Kamil continually explores different media and techniques. His new prints incorporate water marbling art, which is then transformed into a pattern. The pattern is digitally enhanced to create the new print. He loves the freedom of painting and exploring through this creative process.