Mum becomes an accidental artist discovered by a New York Art Gallery

Zahrina Robertson had never picked up a paint brush. As a child, she has always been drawn to colour, light and nature. Before the pandemic hit, Zahrina lost her mojo.. Zahrina was discovered by the New York Art Gallery on Instagram. She has also created a large piece of artwork for Tony Robbins. 


Zahrina says: “I remember waking up feeling drained, unmotivated, and uninspired. It was as if my “inner light “ had been snuffed out, and I was just going through the motions in the dark.My energy levels were at an all-time low, and I just couldn't seem to shake off the feeling of losing my “lack of purpose”.


Zahrina is a multi award winning photographer, videographer and author. She has photographed Arnold Schwartznegger, Richard Branson, Simon Sinek, Tony Shieh, Aviva Drescher and Carla Zampatti. Her soul was crying out for much more. 


Zahrina adds: “I was so embarrassed that I didn't turn to anyone for help, and instead, I went inward, which only made matters worse. I was in a deep state of loss and didn't know how to climb out of it.One day, when I was accidentally scrolling on YouTube, I stumbled upon a video of a painter talking about colors. I had never painted in my life, but something about the colours drew me in - instantly, like a magnet force! Suddenly, I felt a very powerful physical reaction, like a jolt! It was as if my body was telling me that this was it, that I had found what I had been searching for.

“No time to ignore this message!”


Zahrina picked up a brush and some paint and started painting. She felt alive and free and started to share her paintings on social media. The New York Art Gallery discovered her work and offered her the opportunity to exhibit. 


Her art collection, Meditative Lightscapes, is a place where light and nature melt into each other and colourful meditative paintings emerge from deep within her soul to tell a story.  Zahrina extracts the story and beauty from nature and light and blends it into meditative oil paintings.


Zahrina concludes: “Losing my mojo was one of the toughest times of my life, but it led me to discover a part of myself that I never knew existed - courage to believe in myself. Do not lose faith in the knowing that intuition can delivery all you need.I now understand that sometimes, when we feel lost, it's just the universe literally  nudging us in a different direction, guiding us to where we are meant to be.So, if you're feeling like you've lost your mojo, don't despair, life is short and needs to be lived, take small steps, it’s “game on, time to amplify you”. Take a step back, listen to your intuition, and be open to new experiences. You never know where your next life’s adventure may lead you…”



For more information and to view Zahrina’s Meditative Lightscapes, please go to:


https://zahrinagallery.com/ or https://www.instagram.com/zahrinaartist/


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