Amna Kasi is a person you would imagine with big dreams that come from her childhood being all about traveling. Then spending most of her teen and young adult life in Indiana, pa. She is from Pakistan and belongs to the Kasi tribe. A lot of her work ties into her rich Pashtun culture, from the clothes to the traditional practices like the application of henna. Henna is a big aspect to Amna’s artwork, because henna only stays on the body for about two weeks, so Amna wanted a way to keep her work more permanent, like painting henna designs on canvases or carving out henna designs on pottery. She is someone who loves mixing different types of mediums; from embroidering beads into canvases to crocheting flowers. She is currently working on advancing her pottery skills and figuring out how to crochet different types of flowers while she is running her henna business. Through every one of her pieces Amna’s story is written in the form of art.