Anushiya Sundaralingam

Anushiya has been a member of the Belfast Print Workshop since 1996.

Documentation of ‘Forest’ by Anushiya Sundaralingam

Video courtesy of Marshal Arts Media.

Anushiya moved from Sri-Lanka to the United Kingdom in 1989, she studied Fine & Applied Arts in Belfast and since then has exhibited in many solo and group exhibitions, internationally and throughout Ireland. Anushiya has received many commissions from a variety of institutions and her work is represented in numerous public and private collections. She enjoys working with various types of media - oil, encaustic, print making, sculpture, producing new and innovative works. Her work is influenced by her dual nationality, drawing on memories of her native land, Sri Lanka, and her present life in Northern Ireland.

Sample Prints

  • In time

    In time
    Width:40cm
    Length:40cm
    Edition: 
    1/1
    Medium: 
    Mono
  • Nothing Stays Still

    Nothing Stays Still
    Width:cm
    Length:cm
    Edition: 
    1/1
    Medium: 
    Drypoint
  • untitled

    untitled
    Width:15cm
    Length:15cm
    Edition: 
    1/1
    Medium: 
    Mixed Media
  • Checkpoint (dry point & collage)

    dry point & collage
    Width:18cm
    Length:24cm
    Edition: 
    1/1
    Medium: 
    Drypoint
  • Dusk

    Dusk
    Width:55cm
    Length:56cm
    Edition: 
    1/1
    Medium: 
    Mono
  • Following the Root (screen print, mirror, wood & perspex)

    screen print, mirror, wood & perspex 25x25x15
    Width:cm
    Length:cm
    Edition: 
    1/1
    Medium: 
    Screenprint

Works in the Archive

Midnight VIII

Width: 57.00
Height: 74.00
Edition: 1/1
Medium: Monoprint

Midnight IX

Width: 56.00
Height: 74.00
Cost: £450
Edition: 1/1
Medium: Monoprint

Untitled 5

Width: 56.00
Height: 76.00
Cost: £350
Edition: 3/3
Medium: Screenprint