Nafisa is a freelance visual artist, art historian, author and educator based in Brampton with around 7 years of experience in pastels, Charcoal, acrylic, watercolor. "Her subject matter is nature, whether it is a traditional landscape or a bird and flower painting. She uses a colourful palette materials, to capture movement and life - making the brush dance and the colours sing. Everything is captured in the spontaneous dance and movement of the brush as it foretells a story. The story of the artist and the world around her." She has exhibited globally in several group exhibitions in India, UAE, US, Canada, Lebanon, Brussels, Turkey, France, Russia, Singapore, Qatar and Ukraine. She has also authored a Book "Mughal Jewellery: An Insight to the Jewellery under the Mughals". In addition to this, she has a few research papers to her credit including "The Hand of Hamsa: Interpretations Across the Globe", IISTE, 2016. Apart from this, she has been awarded Ratan-e-Hind Award for Excellence in Abstract Art, Delhi, India.
She has been involved with Artists and Artisans Development Network as President, Brampton Chapter. In addition to this, she is an ambassador of Artifientique Initiative started by Aisha Mir creating sustainable art using expired cosmetics. She has been actively participating in cultural and artistic activities such as Ontario Culture Days, private workshops and charity art fundraising.