Lubna Jehangir is working on a painting persistently with no breaks till today. Lubna Jehangir has a passion for painting. Painting is like a meditation for her after spending a long day working. When she paints it works like medicine which removes all of her fatigue.
A deep reader of imagination and old stories, Lubna’s visuals advanced characters from Western, Persian and Punjabi fables. She unwrapped her pictures slowly by utilizing fine spots of different hues.
When her paintings were displayed at a solo exhibition in an ocean art gallery all the painting were well made, wealthy in shading and multilayered visuals that portrayed stories which are understandable to the audience.
She explains her story through pictures of blossoms, greenery, fish and human faces. The human figures, particularly the female, appeared to rise suddenly among parts of trees, utensils, and pots, in this way she proposed that the female figures are caught in different circumstances, regardless of where she has a place with.
She explains those ladies who endure troublesome in everyday life and encounters different circumstances in an ordinary way in this man-centric culture.
She utilized black and white colors integrate with ladies figures to explain the genuine position of ladies on the planet. Ladies spread hues in their particular societies. They are the premise of life in this world and in any job, that nature has given them they play it with genuineness and fill hues in the life of their friends and family by their devotion to them.
She needed others to perceive ladies’ position and job in our general public so they can use their entire potential being developed of their homes at last that changes over to advancement of society and the nation.
But unfortunately, a large portion of the general population of our general public don’t understand their significance and treat them as second leveled natives, which make the inequality in the public eye and results in various social and individual issues.
Lubna attempted to reflect strong ladies of our general public so other ladies could gain from them and battle for their rights in a man-centric culture. Her works were unique in relation to them as often as a possible discouraging the maltreatment of ladies depicted by numerous craftsmen. Rather, she utilized energetic hues to depict tough ladies praising women’s freedom.