Saba Khan is a self-taught, London based artist that makes powerful, vibrant, dynamic art exploring random surreal moments in our sensual, emotional, spiritual and geopolitical lives. Concerned with constructed truths, myths, advantages and disadvantages of a branded society, her work examines unknown and unseen moments in the everyday choices that people make.
After he left for the Mountains was painted for Saba Khan’s solo exhibition Happy, Shiny, Fragmented People at the Mica Gallery, South Kensington, London. It is an exploration of the surreal, random moments people find themselves in before, during and after a relationship and the constant presence of hope and beauty.
Read more about Saba and see her work at the 2017 Waltham Forest Mela.