Madusha Lakshani Hinidumage was born in 1991. Graduating from the University of Colombo, Sri Palee Campus in 2015 with a Bachelor in Performing Arts she went on to showcase a collection of drawings titled Katussa at the Graduation Exhitbiton- Monadology. Her works are a creation which presents the changes that occur in the minds of human beings, the change that is generally connected to the gains and the losses and human needs. She explains, as the person you meet today might not be the same person you meet tomorrow is similar as that of the changing nature of a chameleon that changes its colours from time to time.
Soysa is one of Sri Lanka's more established artists, best known for his abstract paintings depicting both figurative and abstract form. Born in Sri Lanka, Soysa studied art at the Government College of Fine Arts in 1973 and held his first solo show at the Vansbro Public Library in Sweden and thereafter continued to exhibit his work in Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Syria, Cuba, Bulgaria, India, South Korea, and throughout Europe.
Rubert sees art much more than a mere message and as a language a mode of communication of the human emotions. He is a recipient of three awards. Prime Minister's prize for the painting at the annual art exhibition of the Ceylon Society of Arts, President's Prize at the Annual Art Exhibition of the Ceylon Society of Arts and the first prize for the best painting at the State Award Ceremony.