She is dedicated to her creativity and is a prolific painter of miniatures and massive works. Zareena is every striving to produce the most innovative statements on humanity and beauty, believing it to be the responsibility of an artist to stimulate heightened spiritual awareness for the benefit of mankind.
Proceeds of her exhibitions have invariably assisted charities with major contributions going to the Freedom from Hunger Campaign, Active Industries, Amnesty International and Darlington Volunteer Bush Fire Brigade.Magic Koala Foundation for homeless children and King Kigeli of Rwanda foundation which she was awarded a medale for Peace and Reconciliation.
The welfare of the deprived and the freedom of the oppressed, have always figured strongly in the agenda of this caring observer, and has given freely of her time and works to many such causes.
Zareens’s objectives in this work were to create awareness of the plight of the indigenous peoples, to draw attention to their loss of identity, the subversion of their culture, and general issues of importance to the broader community. Land rights, political struggles and environmental
issues being prominent concerns. It should be no surprise to anyone.
In 1992 Zareena was one of the few from Australia invited to exhibit her works in Barcelona Spain, as part of the Olympic Games celebrations. Zareena’s conventional art work has progressed parallel to her computer graphics and her exhibitions have been universally successful with one entirely sold out.
Zareena is artist in residence for many years with Waterwheel gallery.
According to the owner of Waterwheel gallery, Ruth O’Neill. That her works are fresh, vibrant and expressive, and always attract attention.
Pioneered a unique and truly contemporary art form – David Bromfield
An intriguing comment on the melding of two distinct but related cultures – David Bromfield
Artistically pleasing as well as highly decorative – Peter W. Lewis
Revolutionary”, “Spiritual paintings illustrating common cultural (ancestral) links – Ken Colbung
Zareena has many dedicated patrons of her art who have sought her works for display in major Government and private institutions. They include
Zareena’s principal exhibitions from 1989 -2018 include