Sadi Soul Arts
Artist - Sa'adiah Khan
Sa’adiah is a multi-disciplinary intuitive & community artist based in Cambridge, UK
Sa'adiah studied Fine art & Printmaking at the Cambridge school of art.
For her personal practice, she plays with chaos & control to explore well-being, healing & self-development.
Focusing on trust, balance, facing fears, letting go & generally going inward (self-awareness), using art as the process / art as meditation.
Combining her interests in psychology, philosophy & spirituality with her art, using techniques such as experimental abstract painting & printmaking on various (often functional) surfaces.
Over the past 9 years, she has been testing these theories holistically on herself then on others during workshops, 1 to 1 tutorials & commissioned community projects. With groups & individuals of all ages & abilities. Join her Facebook group 'Art for well-being' for online group events, videos, tips & exclusive offers!
For Sa’adiah, having an inclusive & interactive element alongside her personal practice is essential to her ethos "Keeping creativity & curiosity alive" which she strives to encompass in all her work & being.
She is focused on pushing these ideas further in order to share them with the wider world, be that in more schools, online sessions, workplaces or personal & group development events/festivals.
Her most rewarding project so far has been for a local community group, as a lead artist working in collaboration with her twin sister Samirah Khan & colleague Dan Biggs on the Chesterton community mural 'Kindness is always in season' Running workshops with a wide spectrum of residents through to painting the final street mural & holding online space for the murals continued lasting impact.
To follow any present projects & progress, follow her Instagram where she also hosts talks on creativity, well-being, identity & spirituality as well as shares her processes frequently.