Fariza Basri is a miniature artist from Malaysia.

Using watercolours, gouache and soft pastels, she paints small scale images from everyday objects to celestial landscapes. Fariza describes her artworks as “Small windows into my world”, artistic portals bringing viewers into her own experience of life and imagination.


Fariza’s biggest inspiration is her late father, Ahmad Basri. Her father’s hobby was painting and he was passionate about art.

Fariza is also inspired by the idea of mental awareness. She believes art can be a therapeutic activity to the society.


Fariza has participated in more than 20 art exhibitions.

In 2018, she won third place in “Visual Art Pitch 3.0” competition.

In July 2019, Fariza had her first curated exhibition titled “Building Blocks” at Zhan Art | Space.

In September 2020, Fariza presented her miniature artworks painted on recycled wood at “Conservation” exhibition at the National Art Gallery, Malaysia.

She has been featured in media by Kosmo!, The Star, The Edge, Buro Malaysia and Citta Bella.