Jayamini is an Artist of Srilankan origin hailing from Southern town of Ambalangoda. She was trained and graduated with first class honours in Chinese traditional painting and calligraphy from Central academy of Fine Art, Beijing China. On her return to Srilanka, she served as a Lecturer in Fine Art at Department of Fine Art, University of Peradeniya and as a guest lecturer at Aesthetic Institute of University of Kelaniya, Srilanka. Her works are mostly done with stone colours on silk, ink on rice paper and acrylic on canvas mainly replicating ‘Agony and Ecstasy’ in life of women. Her work presents a wide range, from the graceful lines of feminine movement in dance-like postures through statements of sensuous femininity and suggestive sketches from aspects of nature to occasions of reflective expressions. Bright colours and swift and sensitive line drawing blend in these works with a meditative use of empty space to create haunting scenes reminiscent of the old masters. Jayamini’s work demonstrates her very own unique style, specially of the female form on the Indian and Srilankan mode, creating delightful idylls of rhythm and grace. Some of her recent work manifesting next Buddha in the shape of a woman or her interpretation of migrant butterflies as a resemblance of honest, hard working, innocent, often vulnerable, beautiful colourful people who enrich the society is an example of her ability to comment on social issues in a very elegant and powerful manner. Jayamini obtained her Masters degree in Conservation of Fine Art from University of Northumbria and currently creates her vivid pieces at Biscuit Tin Studio in Newcastle upon Tyne. She makes her artwork available to the public through galleries and exhibition spaces all over the North East of England as well as transmitting her message of Love, Peace and Harmony online.