Artworks
Aluminum, powder-coated steel
31"W x 23"D x 21.5"H
2010
Aluminum, bronze, barbed wire
variable, nests approximately 12" in diameter
2008
bronze, fabric
Each bird is 3" x 2" x 5"
2008
bronze, steel
12" x 8" x 8"
2008
bronze, Cedar, steel, Aluminum
55" x 44" x 64"
2008
Aluminum, steel, fabric
variable dimensions
2009
mixed media
variable
2005
cast iron, Cast Glass
6"H X 10"W X 10"D
2005
bronze, Wood, mirrors
12"H X 12"W X 14"D base heights vary
2005
bronze, steel rod
10"H X 6"W X 5"D
2004
bronze, steel rod
10"H X 6"W X 5"D
2004
Screenprint on fabric, hand embroidery
13" x 28"
2016
screenprint
12" x 18"
2016
Screenprint with hand embroidery on fabric
49" W x 29" H
2017
screenprint
12" x 18"
2016
screenprint
20" x 20"
2016
Crocheted plastic bags
varied
2012
Knitted plastic bags
Small fish are 4"-5" in length
2012

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  • Fawzia Khan updated the Artwork White House
    Thank you to Craig Kilbane and John Gauw and Spot Weld, Inc. for their assistance.
  • Fawzia Khan updated the Artwork White House
    Thank you to Craig Kilbane and John Gauw and Spot Weld, Inc. for their assistance.
  • Fawzia Khan updated the Artwork Fern Triptych
    Inspired by henna designs from Pakistan, a fabric wall hanging screenprinted in green ink and embellished with hand embroidery to add texture.
  • Fawzia Khan updated the Artwork Fern Triptych
    Inspired by henna designs from Pakistan, a fabric wall hanging screenprinted in green ink and embellished with hand embroidery to add texture.
  • Fawzia Khan updated the Artwork Mandala placemat
    Screenprinted on cotton fabric and hand sewn placemats. Design is inspired by Pakistani henna tattoos.
  • Fawzia Khan updated the Artwork Fern
    Inspired by henna designs from Pakistan, a fabric wall hanging screenprinted in green ink and embellished with hand embroidery to add texture.
  • Show of recent printmaking at the Hopkins Center for the Arts. Reception is March 21 from 6-8pm.
  • Fawzia Khan updated the Artwork The Other, 1 of 6
    There are six "black boxes" in this installation. Each has a different interior. Looking in, the viewer sees a cast face with his own eyes in the place of the figure's eyes. As such, the viewer is simultaneously looking into another's head as well as seeing himself in the other's place. The portraits are of different races, genders and ages. The portraits are in the inverse (hollowed out), but the brains flips the images back and forth between concave and convex. Mirrors reveal multiple images.…
  • Fawzia Khan updated the Artwork Fragile
    Each snake is inscribed with the initials of a different Northern Irish paramilitary organization. They form a Celtic knot in the center of which is a glass egg.  The egg represents the fragile seed, the potential for peace and happiness, that depends on the balance of power between the snakes.
  • Fawzia Khan updated the Artwork Pearl
    When a grain of sand enters an oyster, it causes irritation and discomfort. The oyster's response is to cover that irritating crumb with layers of nacre, a substance that smooths the surface to ameliorate the discomfort. We value the resultant pearls so much, that we wear them as adornments. In much the same way, when we share our joys and concerns in community, we multiply our joys and share the burdens of our sorrows making them easier to bear.  These oysters represent community. As the vie…