Joshila Dhaby is a self-taught Mauritian artist. Originally working with watercolor and acrylic, Joshila turned to spray paint and started painting on walls and metal sheets. She uses a ‘tape and masking process’, stencils and layers to create rich paintings with bold fields of colors. The recurrent theme in Joshila’s artwork is sustainable development. Her contemporary paintings are mostly about the society, the economy and the environment. Her process involves creating conceptual compositions including paint splashes, drips and sprays.