Indika Gnanaratna was born in Colombo, Sri Lanka and spent his formative years in Kuwait and Toronto, Canada. His style ranges from the representational to the abstract. Drawing primary influence from natural surroundings, his body of work is unified by a style of layering, representative of humanity’s complex relationship with our environment. His works reflect the breadth of his experience and perpetually-evolving technique, developed over decades of extensive travel and study of both ancient and contemporary culture.
Currently residing on Hornby island, Canada, his works feature in public exhibitions and are displayed in private collections internationally.