Asma Khan is a Pakistani Canadian artist/ sculptor. After finishing her Bachelors in Fine Arts in Karachi, Pakistan, Asma moved to Europe before settling down in Montreal in 2001.

Asma attempts to create "thought forms" using a visual vocabulary that comes from observing plant life, bugs, crustaceans, human anatomy and the microscopic world. These thoughts forms are meant to convey the incredible complexity of what the human mind considers simple in contrast to itself. Asma's work attempts to challenge the human ego with the complexity of form found in the cellular structure of a humble potato.


Grad Certificate in Digital technologies in Design Art Practice

- Concordia University 


BFA in Sculpture & Print Making

- Indus Valley School of Art & Architecture


Bachelors in Philosophy & Economics

- St. Joseph's College