Inam Inamullah’s painting commissioned for the Carnegie Hall Tower
Atlanta’s Inam M. Inamullah wears many hats. President of Global Tech Electronics, he is a polio survivor who believes in living life to the fullest: when he’s not at his easel or in the office, he is engaged in writing poetry, choreography, production, comedy, and puppetry.
Originally from South Asia, he attended art schools in London, Istanbul, and Atlanta, and his art has been exhibited in London, New York, Chicago, Miami, Las Vegas, and Dubai. He has received prestigious commissions, and his paintings hang in boardrooms, mansions, and even yachts around the world.
Now he has had his largest painting, his 17 ft x 14 ft “In the Jungle of Life,” installed in October 2019 in the Carnegie Hall Tower 3rd floor lobby in Manhattan, New York.
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