Siddiqa’s paintings are contemporary interpretations, fusing various traditions and cultures, of the classical Islamic Calligraphies and architecture that have motivated, inspired and influenced her in her journey through life as a wife, mother and woman in our modern times.
Each of Siddiqa’s piece of art is a visual feast taking the viewer on a journey of meditation of the spirit. Her work presents creative expression of a beautiful faith.
Siddiqa has been invited to hold her exhibition in Karachi in February and in April she has been invited to hold her exhibition in Cairo as part of a pan African conference on empowering women.
‘Siddiqa Juma’s painting in the Multi-Faith Room at Great Ormond Street Hospital has a capacity to reflect the mystery of the spiritual and draws the viewer in to a relationship with the image. By using the name of Allah in one of the specific colours, the integrity and depth of the faith are reflected in a way that interacts rather than imposes’. – Reverend James Linthicum, Great Ormond Street Hospital
‘Siddiqa Juma’s paintings are a bold and vibrant collection of artwork that speak from the heart.’ – Humera Khan, author, activist and educator.
‘Siddiqa’s art fills me with joy and a deep connection to spirit’ – Hajji Samir Malik, artist.
‘Siddiqas’ art showers you with serene Swirls of spiritual ambience, transcending one effortlessly and strengthening the desire to reach that ultimate precious destination’. – Shemiza Rashid ,
Radio presenter, teacher, CEO/Interfaith art consultant ‘The creative Muslim network’