Flux, by Aliyah Rawat

The latest show at Slate exhibits bold drawings by 18 year old student Aliyah Rawat.

She says: “Flux is a constant change: an instability. It’s this feeling that motivates me to find some form of stability in art. My work is inspired by the changes and differences in people, with each piece related to a different temperament. I try to express these various feelings and moods in the collection of portraits on display, done in differing distinctive styles using a combination of inks and watercolours, and drawing pens and markers.”

The show focusses on A4 and A5 portraits of women. Here’s Aliyah mounting some of her A5 pieces:

Do come by, and leave a comment below to let Aliyah know what you thought of her work. The exhibition runs until 18 May.