Kashmir’s art features bold fluid forms inspired by natural geometric principles.
Kashmirs’s work bears tribute to these past familial influences, and to the nature and landscape of the Margaret River Region in which he grew up.
Kashmir Rouw hails from a long lineage of artists. His ancestor Peter Rouw (1771-1852) was a London-based sculptor, specialising in bas-reliefs in marble for church monuments and wax miniature portraiture, and was Chief Modeler of cameos and gems to the Prince Regent of the Royal Family of England. His work was widely commissioned to other royal bloodlines and can be seen scattered throughout churches and cathedrals in Europe. Kashmir’s mother is a ceramic artist and his father, a stonemason and landscaper.