ISLAMABAD – A group exhibition on unique styles of visual art of paper cuts continued here at the Rohtas Art Gallery till November 2 featuring social psychology through innovative ideas.

Three women artists Rabeya Jalil, Nadia Batool Hussain and Sophiya Khwaja have displayed their masterpieces to show their skills as well as highlight social contents.

Nadia Hussain’s work has been presented with title “Borderline Discontent”, in which she portrays chronic dissatisfaction at various stages of life and fighting sentimentality.  Her works are created with the medium of Ink, Gouache and Xerox Transfer on Paper having titles of “Empty Arms, Empty Thighs - Borderline Discontent”, “Temporary Totems”.

Sophiya’s art expresses loneliness and glorifies restrain.

Her works are displayed with titles “Reigning Queen”, “Collage, drawing, wire, thread, crystals, phototransfer on paper”, “Starving till the Bones Stick Out” and series of “I Will Manage” through the medium of graphite, pastel, collage and drawing on paper.

Rabeya Jalil’s work explores the story of a journey of human identity, values and the perfect being. Her work is titled as `Travel Series’ created with the medium of Lithography.

She has exhibited her work in Lahore, Islamabad and Karachi, India, UAE, New York, Chicago, Ohio, Spain and Sweden.