Zul Albani

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Everyday is a new day, 2008 Acrylic On Canvas 32 X 32 In
Next?, 2008 Acrylic On Canvas 32 X 32 In
Be yourself, 2008 Acrylic On Canvas 32 X 32 In
Just do it, 2008 Acrylic On Canvas 32 X 32 In
Fight until the end, 2008 Acrylic On Canvas 32 X 32 In
Kuda Sarkis (Circus Horse), 2014 Mixed Media On Canvas 50 X 39 Inche © zulalbaniart@2014
Quick Facts
Sepang F1
Birth year
Lives in
Kajang, Malaysia
Works in
Kajang, Malaysia
Representing galleries
Miro Fine Art Studio
mixed-media, landscape, modern, gallery


STATEMENTS FROM MR. CHARLES SAACTHI FROM SAATCHI GALLERY LONDON UK: “I am very happy to see your work on the gallery site. I am thrilled that the standard is so high from such a variety of artists and hope it will be interesting to gallery owners, exhibition curators and collectors to see such driverse work, well done Zul Albani”.

ANGELA DI BELLO DIRECTOR AGORA GALLERY NEW YORK USA: "I am pleased to inform you that your work qualifies for Agora Gallery representation. Your work: Resolute in mood and milieu, I feel that your paintings will resonate well in New York and with our international audience".

"Abstract art allows man to see with his mind what he cannot physically see with his eyes. Abstract art enables the artist to perceive beyond and tangible, to extract the infinite out of the finite".

Born in Sepang, Selangor, (1965). Start painting seriously from 1995, while still working as Creative Director in Kuala Lumpur. After years of hardworking and going through a few stages of developments, and obsevation, my works has progressed through strokes, colours and techniques.I learned my arts through APS Art Class (Angkatan Pelukis SeMalaysia), the breeding of many of Malaysia's finest artists. When looking at my abstract art, I would like the viewers to be stirred by the movement of ideas in his unconscious mind even as they thinks they are looking at colours, and strokes.

" I want people to feel my paintings. I don't have a clear objective before painting. The meaning of each of my paintings is not immediately apparent. The ultimate reason for my art comes from the sudden urge I have. When I first begin a painting. I plan all aspects of the artwork in my mind. After that my mind contains no words only the completed work. And while I work, I like to play loud music, which energizes me. I believe that a good painting cannot be entirely expressed by word".

Remember good art is not what it looks like, but what it does to us. Art is not what you see, but what you make others see.When you communicate with canvases year after year, things grow inside the paintings. Each colour and each stroke are the soul, through your eyes. Hence, I think what to paint is not important - what is important is how to paint.