SharulAimer Kamarulzaman

SharulAimer's love for art is a complex thing. He started in a sort of stream-of- consciousness manner in mid-2009s; with his incessant love of a good story, his craving for aesthetically lovely things and non-stop desire to create beauty that inspires. 

Starting out as a photographer first, SharulAimer's style of works in capturing every moment with exceptional style and transforming them it into cohesive stories are what defined him. Using that talent, experience and stories, SharulAimer's creative expression is extended and translated onto canvas. 

In the absence of formal in-depth knowledge of the rules and concepts defining art in the field, equipped nonetheless with personal experience through his life journey, SharulAimer's artworks can be described as the blend of surroundings that inspires and mesmerizes. Naturally, this has set him on a lifelong journey to continue expressing the beauty of life through his art pieces.

"I let my art do the talking. Through my artwork, I try to bring the inside out. My artwork speaks not only for me, but rather from people that I know and work with and their untold stories. Like to play with lines, colours and combination of both photography and acrylic techniques transforms into a singular art piece.” - SharulAimer Kamarulzaman

Past Exhibitions / Art Events / Art Awards:

Duo Exhibitions

  • 2020, "Rajok", Moza Gallery, Johor Bahru

  • 2019, "Gemeretap", Moza Gallery, Johor Bahru

  • 2018, "Semarak", Studio Norizan, Bandar Baru Bangi

Group Exhibitions

  • 2020, "Duality / 2lity", Universiti Malaya Art Gallery (UMAG), Kuala Lumpur

  • 2020, "Infinity", Galeri Seni Johor

  • 2020, "Adaptasi Penulisan Usman Awang – Aku Punya Kerja", Universiti Malaya Art Gallery (UMAG), Kuala Lumpur

  • 2019, "Alam dan Guru", ASWARA, Kuala Lumpur

  • 2019, "Arena Malaysia – Colorful", Brisbane, Australia (organised by Art Market Malaysia)

  • 2018, "Sense & Sendibility", Lostgens Contemporary Art Gallery, Kuala Lumpur

  • 2018, "Non-Finito", Universiti Malaya Art Gallery, Kuala Lumpur

  • 2018, "Bon-Da", National Art Gallery, Kuala Lumpur

  • 2018, "Erti 4.0", Universiti Malaya Art Gallery, Kuala Lumpur

  • 2015 - 2017 - Various other group shows in Malaysia