“Professor Sarath's outstanding expression of the human form is wonderfully conveyed in clay. All his figures are deployed as expressive vehicle to explore the dilemma of spirit incarnate.

Moment, gesture and intentional distortions of proportion characterize many of Sarath's figurative works, giving them an upward thrust in physical and metaphysical senses. In addition to meeting the growing demand for his highly original and austerely beautiful bronzes, he could be introduced as the most fastest Sculptor in the world".


Born               :  1955 June 06, Nuwara-eliya, Sri Lanka.
Full Name      :   Rathnayake Mudiyanselage Sarath Chandrajeewa.

Academic and Professional Achievements                                                              

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Sculpture
Department of Art and Sculpture, Institute of Aesthetic Studies
of the University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka.                                                                                          -           1978   
Diploma in Bronze casting - Department of Sculpture,
Faculty of Fine Arts, Royal College of Art, London, U.K.                                                                  -           1988   

Master of Fine Arts in Sculpture - Department of Sculpture,
Faculty of Fine Arts, State Institute of Academic Arts, Moscow, Russia.                                           -           1995
Ph.D. - Department of Asian and African Art Studies,
Faculty of Oriental Art Research, State Art Research Institute, Moscow, Russia.                               -           1999

Prizes and Awards (Academic/Professional)                                                             

Gold Medal and First Prize - All Ceylon Buddhist Students Art Competition.                                    -           1972

Certificate of Merit - Ceylon Society of Arts Annual Exhibition.                                                        -           1973

Highly Commended - Traditional Art, Ceylon Society of Arts.                                                          -           1973

Certificate of Merit - Ceylon Tourist Board Arts Competition.                                                           -           1974   

Two Prizes and Certificates of Merit
Y.M.C.A. All Ceylon Art Competition in association with Rotary Club.                                                 -           1975
Certificate of Merit - National Youth Services Council, Poster Competition.                                       -           1976   

Highly Commended, Two Paintings - Ceylon Society of Arts Annual Exhibition                               -           1986

Bunka Award - (The Cultural Prize and Award and for the achievement in Pottery
and Sculpture from Japan - Sri Lanka cultural Fund, the first ever held in Sri Lanka.
Nominated by late Professors Ediriweera sarachchandra and A.J. Gunewardene)                                                        -           1993

‘Honorary Academician of the Russian Academy of Arts’
Awarded by the Academy of Arts in Russia.
(Nominated by late Professor L.E. Kerbel, Russia.)                                                                                           -           2001

‘Kalasuri’ - National award from the president of the Sri Lanka.                                                          -           2005

Scholarships and Grants                                                                                              

Won the First Place and a Traveling Scholarship to Japan for the proposal of
‘Youth Development Programme for the Vavuniya District’, in the All Island
Competition organized by the NYSC. (Visited Youth Centers, Cultural Centers,
Universities of Fine Arts, Museums, Art Galleries and Artists’ Studios in Japan.
Was sponsored by the National Youth Services Council of  Sri Lanka and
the Japanese Embassy of Sri Lanka.)                                                                                                            -           1980   

Won a Scholarship to London to study at the Royal College of Art.
Was sponsored by The National Youth Services Council of Sri Lanka.                                                   -           1987

Traveled for one month in France & Italy visiting major museums and
art galleries. Sponsored by the N.Y.S.C.                                                                                             -           1988                                          

Scholarship for Master of Fine Arts Moscow, Funded by Ministry of Culture,
Russian Federation.                                                                                                                          -           1995

Scholarship for Doctor of Art Moscow, Funded by Ministry of Culture,
Russian Federation.                                                                                                                          -           1997

Have Been granted a 1 ½  acres of  land and a studio (present Atelier) by
Mr. M.J.A.M. Perera, Maxies (Pvt) Ltd., Wennappuwa, Sri Lanka.                                                         -           2006

Positions held                                                                                                                

Youth Services Officer - National Youth Services Council of Sri Lanka.                                                -         1979

Promoted as Grade I Officer                                                                                                               1983 – 1991                                                        
Lecturer – Department of Art and Sculpture, Institute of Aesthetic Studies
of the University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka.
      Lecturer Probationary             -           1991.08.01                                  
      Lecturer Grade II                    -           1996.08.01 
Lecturer Grade I                     -           2002.08.01                 

Visiting Lecturer – Post Graduate Institute of Archeology,
University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka.                                                                                                       1993 – 1994   
Course Leader – Sculpture - Department of Art and Sculpture,
Institute of Aesthetic Studies of the University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka.                                                  -           1999                                                   
Head - Department of Art and Sculpture, Institute of Aesthetic Studies of
the University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka.                                                                                                  2000 – 2001   

Director - Institute of Aesthetic Studies of the University of Kelaniya,
Sri Lanka.                                                                                                                           2001 Feb. –2002 Sep.
Creative Officer - The Public awareness Programme of the University
Undergraduate Development Project of the Ministry of Tertiary Education
and Training funded by The World Bank.                                                                                2003 Feb. - 2004 Feb.

Present Positions                                                                                                           

Course Co-ordinator -  MPhill/PhD/DVA Programmes,
Faculty of Visual Arts Graduate Studies Unit,
University of the Visual and Performing Arts, Sri Lanka.                                                            2009.01.19 - to date
Career Guidance Councilor - Career Guidance Unit,
University of the Visual and Performing Arts, Sri Lanka.                                                            2009.04.21 - to date    

Professor of Sculpture - Faculty of Visual Arts,
University of the Visual and Performing Arts, Sri Lanka.                                                             2009 Nov – to date
Head – Department of Ceramics - Faculty of Visual Arts,
University of the Visual and Performing Arts, Sri Lanka.                                                             2009 Dec – to date

Pannels Served and Other Activities                                                                            

Consultant of Pottery Development Project of Western Province of Sri Lanka.                                       1998 – 2000   

Member of the Philatelic Bureau of Sri Lanka,
Department of Posts Advisory Committee.                                                                                         2001 – 2002

Member of the Exhibition Jury Ceylon Society of Arts,
National Art Gallery, Colombo.                                                                                                          2001 – 2002               

Member of the Advisory Committee of the Ministry of Rural Economy.                                                  -          2002

Member of the Selection Committee of National Handicraft Exhibition
and Award Scheme of the National Craft Council, Ministry of Enterprises
Development Industrial Policy Investment Promotion.                                                                           2002 – 2003                                                   
Member of the Art Council of Sri Lanka, Department of Sculpture,
Ministry of Cultural Affairs.                                                                                                                 2002 – 2003

Founder Member of the Colombo Academy of Arts.                                                                             2002 to-date

Member of the Art Council of Sri Lanka.                                                                                              2011 to-date

Participation in International Exhibitions                                                                        

International Youth Year Poster Exhibition, Geneva.                                                                           -           1985

Sixth Triennial, National Art Gallery, New Delhi, India. (Painting titled ‘After Praying Hour’,
selected for the collection of the Lalitha Kala Academy, New Delhi, India)                                                                -           1985

Fourth Biennial, National Art Gallery, Dacca, Bangladesh.
(Painting titled ‘Meditation’)                                                                                                                      -           1988
Seventh Triennial, National Art Gallery, New Delhi, India.
(Painting titled ‘Boundary’)                                                                                                                       -           1989
‘Master Thesis Show’, Surikove Institute, Moscow.                                                                             -           1989  

‘Gangsey of Sri Lanka’ Lalitha Kala Academy Gallery, New Delhi, India.                                               -           1989                                          
(Artful Resistance – Crisis and Creativity) Exhibition of Sri Lankan Contemporary
Art  held in Anthropology Museum in Vienna, Austria, organized by 
Johann Wolfgang Goethe University and Serendib Gallery Sri Lanka.                                                    -           2009

Monumental Sculptures                                                                                                  

18’ high – Cement Cast – ‘Youthfulness’
in front of the Office of the National Youth Services Council of
Sri Lanka in Maharagama.                                                                                                                 -           1986

12’ high – Cement Cast - of late Munidasa Kumaratunga
in front of the Public Library, Matara.                                                                                                   -           1987                                                                           
4’ high - Cement Cast - Bust of late Dr. C.W.W. Kannangara
(Father of Free Education in Sri Lanka)
for the National Institute of Education, Maharagama, Sri Lanka.                                                             -           1991
6’ high - Cement Cast - Bust of late Dr. S.A. Wickramasinghe
(Founder of Sri Lanka Communist Party) Uyanwatte, Matara, Sri Lanka.                                         -           1991

15’ high - Cement Cast - Unknown Soldier’s Monument
for the Sri Lanka Army Panagoda Army Camp, Sri Lanka.                                                                     -           1992               
8’ high - Cement Cast - ‘Follow Me’,
for the Sri Lanka Military Academy, Diyathalawa, Sri Lanka.                                                                  -           1993

10½’ high - Bronze Cast - late President of Sri Lanka, Ranasinghe Premadasa,
at Hulftsdorf Street, Colombo, Sri Lanka.                                                                                              -           1993  

8’ high - Cement Cast - late Ven. Bellanwila Somarathana thero,
Founder Monk of the Raja Maha Vihara, Bellanvila, Sri Lanka.                                                                -           1995 

10’ high - Bronze Cast - late Minister Hector Kobbekaduwa,
at the Agrarian Research & Training Institute, Colombo 07, Sri Lanka.                                                     -           1995   

12’ high - Bronze Cast - late Minister F. R. D. Bandaranayaike,
at Vihara Maha Devi Park, Colombo 07, Sri Lanka.                                                                                -           1996                                          
15’ high – Bronze Cast - late Prime Minister of Sri Lanka, S.W.R.D. Bandaranaike,
Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka.                                                                                                                    -           1998               

15’ high - Bronze Cast - mounted on brick Structure, late  Founder of ‘Silver Mill’
(largest Coconut Mill in Sri Lanka), Father of Dr. Roland Silva installed in
Loluwagoda, Meerigama, Sri Lanka.                                                                                                     -           2006              

13’ high – Cement Cast – Bust of Late James Taylor,
Founder of Ceylon Tea, installed at Tea Castle, Talawakele, Sri Lanka.                                                    -           2009   

6½’ high - Bronze Monument ‘Arising’
(Commemorating 42 people Killed in bomb blast in 1996 in front of
the Central Bank of Sri Lanka.)                                                                                                         -          2011

6½’ high – Sheet Bronze - mounted on 5½’ height cement structure,
Late Professor Senarath Paranavithana
at the Head office premises of Archeological Department, Colombo 7.                                                      -           2012


Selected Portrait Sculptures                                                                                            

In Bronze of late Dr. Colvin R. de Silva
for the Law Library, Courts Complex in Colombo, Sri Lanka.                                                                    -           1992   

In Bronze of Four editions of Sir Christopher Ondaatje, Canada.
One edition in Portrait Gallery at the British Museum, London.                                                                 -           1992   

In Bronze portrait of Ven. Nynanaponika Maha Thera,
now at Bhuddishist Studies Centre, Switzerland.                                                                                    -           1994                                          
In Bronze late Professor L.E. Kerbel,
portrait in Russia, Academy of Arts, Moscow.                                                                                        -           1994                                                               
Cement Cast - late Hon. Prime Minster of Sri Lanka, Sirima R.D. Bandaranaike,
now in Sirima Bandaranaike Memorial Hall, BMICH, Colombo, Sri Lanka.                                                 -           1995                                                                                       
In Bronze of late Dr. Arthur C. Clarke at Galle Face Hotel, Colombo.                                                      -           1996

In Bronze of Former Presidents of the International Council of Monuments and Sites
(Four Bronzes) - (ICOMOS) Italy.                                                                                                           -           1996               

In Bronze of late Dr. A.T. Avinashalingam
(The first Education Minister of Thamil Nadu State of India and Founder of the Deemed University,
Coimbatore) installed in the  Deemed University premises, South India.                                                        -           1996

In Bronze of late Dr. H.W. Jayewardene
for the Law Library, Courts Complex in Colombo, Sri Lanka.                                                                     -           1997                                                   
In Bronze of late Dr. Chelvanayagam
for the Law Library, Courts Complex in Colombo, Sri Lanka.                                                                     -           1997

In Bronze of Mr. Kurt Onken, Kreuzlingen, Switzerland.                                                                          -           1997

In Bronze of Mr. N.U. Jayawardene, former Governor of the Central Bank, Sri Lanka.                              -           1998                                                               
In Bronze of Ven. Sumedha Thero, Switzerland.                                                                                  -           1998                                       
In Bronze of Dr. Peter Bachmann, Kerns ow, Switzerland.                                                                    -           1999   

In Bronze of Mr. Upali Madanayake, Hotel Fab, Colombo.                                                                    -           1999               

In Bronze of Mr. Mano Chanmugam, Colombo.                                                                                    -           1999   

In Bronze,  1½  life size of late Mr. C. A. Harischandra,
Co-operative Hospital,  Matara, Sri Lanka.                                                                                              -           2000                

In Bronze of Mr. & Mrs. Rudolph Gaul                                                                                                  -           2000              

In Bronze of Prof. Dayantha Wijesekera,
former Vice Chancellor of Open University & University of Moratuwa.                                                         -           2001                                                   

In Bronze of Ten Family members of Dr. Roland Silva
(Present Chancellor of University of Moratuwa)                                                                                                     -           2004                                     
In Bronze of Ms. Yasmin, daughter of Mr. Walker Bethke
owner of  the Hotel ‘Villa Rosa’, Kandy, Sri Lanka.                                                                                   -           2007               

In Bronze of Mr. Holger Kersten,  
Author of  ‘Jesus Conspiracy’, ‘Original Jesus’ and ‘Jesus Lived in India’
(Sculpture now in Germany)                                                                                                                           -           2007

In Bronze of Mr. Corporeau and his daughter,
former Councilor to Cultural Affairs of Embassy of France in Sri Lanka
and the Maldives. (Sculpture now in Paris)                                                                                                        -           2008                                                            
In Bronze of Mrs. Sara Corporeau and her son (Sculpture now in Paris)                                                          -           2008

In Bronze of His Grace Dr. Oswald Gomis,
former Archbishop of Sri Lanka and Chancellor of University of Colombo.                                                    -           2008                   

In Bronze of Mr. & Mrs. Roger Bigj Portrait in Ireland.                                                                              -           2009

In Bronze of Mr. Mark Antoney, England.                                                                                                -           2010

In Bronze of Mr. Charith Palpola TV Station, Singapore.                                                                          -           2011

In Bronze of Professor Carlo Fonseka, Sri Lanka.                                                                                   -           2011

In Bronze Portrait of Chirman – ‘Dilmah Tea’ (pvt) ltd, Sri Lanka.                                                            -           2011

In Bronze of Professor Daya Edirisinghe - For his Felicitation, Sri Lanka.                                                 -           2011

In   Bronze of Professor T. G. Kulathunga - Sri Lanka.                                                                            -           2012

In   Bronze of Mr. & Mrs. Charitha Rathwatte - Sri Lanka.                                                                       -           2012                                                                     

(Selected portraits are listed above. The number of portrait sculptures completed during
the period between 1990 to 2012 amounts to more than 500.)  

Relief Sculptures                                                                                                                   

Two Terracotta Murals measuring 35’ x 6’and 14’ x 7’
respectively for the National Youth Centre for Maharagama.                                                                          -         1987

Terracotta Relief 12’ x 5’ for Maxi House, Wennappuwa.                                                                               -         1992  

Two Relief Sculptures, ‘Water Cycle’ 12’ x 6’ and ‘Universe’ 22” x 66”
Maxi House, Udahamulla.                                                                                                                          -         2005
Forty six Bronze Relief Sculptures (History of Christianity in Sri Lanka) for the        
Basilica of Ragama, Tewatta. (Each panel 6’x4’ in size)                                                                           2007 – 2009

Paintings and Other Creative Works                                                                                    

Stamp Design for International Youth Year.                                                                                                 -           1985               
Replica Sculptures of the Galvihara, Polonnaruwa (21’ in length)
for the Ceylon Tourist Board, Colombo.                                                                                                       -           1985                                       
Six Portrait Paintings in oil of former Chairmen of the N.Y.S.C.                                                                     -           1986               
Bronze Awards for the Department of Sinhala,
University of Sri Jayawardenapura, Sri Lanka.                                                                                              -           1996                                                   

Bronze Awards (music) for ‘Nalamudu Suwanda’
University of Sri Jayawardenepura, Sri Lanka.                                                                                               1996 – 2003

Paintings titled ‘Hot Kiln’ 74 cm x 75 cm oil and Acrylic, ‘Pots in the Moonlight’
72 cm x 78 cm oil and acrylic, selected for the Presidential Collection of Sri Lanka.                                        -          1997                    
Bronze Awards for the Award Ceremony of Literature at the Department of Sinhala,
University of Sri Jayawardenepura.                                                                                                              -          2000   
Have been nominated by the Vice Chancellor of the University of Kelnaiya
as a consultant to the Road Development Authority of the Interior Arrangement
of the Subway Tunnel of Borella Junction. (Three ceramic murals in Red, Blue, Black & Gold)                                        -          2000   

Oil painting portrait of former Dean of Medical Faculty of Ragama,
Professor Carlo Fonseka for the Faculty Members Room.                                                                             -           2001
Bronze Bell to be sent to Thailand as a gift for the 250th Anniversary
of Siam Nikaya in Sri Lanka.                                                                                                                      -          2002

‘Fed up’ & ‘Meditation’ (Two from the series of Thinker),
Art Collection of Museum of Ethnology Vienna, Austria.                                                                               -           2008               
Painting project – ‘Letters’ (20 paintings)                                                                                                  -           2010

Ornamental Teapot in large size (2’ high) designed and made for Mlesna Tea.                                              -           2011

Selection of Artcles                                                                                                                    

‘Bodhisattva Avalokitesvara from Veheragala. A Masterpiece of Classical Sinhalese Sculpture’
(English), Published in KALA MAGAZINE Arts Council of Sri Lanka. pp.38-44 April 1999
Same article revised and published in website in the year                                  -           2001
Modern Art in Sri Lanka and its Socio-Political Environment – pp 29-38 Written
for the Exhibition catalogue of Sri Lankan Contemporary Art (Artful Resistance
CRISIS AND CREATIVITY ) held in Anthropology Museum in Vienna Austria
in 19th November 2008 to March 2009 Organized by Johann Wolfgang Goethe University
and Serendib Gallery Sri Lanka.                                                                                                                    -         2009

3D forms in Dance & Sculpture’ – Abstract for the research symposium of
the University of the Visual & Performing Arts, Sri lanka.                                                                                 -         2010 

‘Artist Language of Line’ (in Sinhalese Language)
Felicitation volume Prof. Daya Edirisinghe, University of Kelaniya.                                                                    -          2011  

Introduction – ‘Gradual Changes in the modern art scene in Sri Lanka from1943-2012’
written for the ‘Power of Art Sri Lanka’-  published by Sri Serendipity
Publishing House, Sri Lanka.                                                                                                                        -          2011

Selection of Special Lectures                                                                                                   

‘Tissa Ranasinghe’s contribution to Sri Lankan Modern Sculpture’(in Sinhalese language)

For the Forum of Modern Painting and Sculpture in Sri Lanka at the National Museum,
Organized by the Art Council of Sri Lanka, Ministry of Cultural Affairs.                                                            12th Sep. 1995

‘Art and Women For the undergraduate students of Avinashilingam Institute
for Home Science and Higher Education for Women at Deemed University of Coimbatore,
Tamil Nadu , India.                                                                                                                                     10th  Oct. 1996
‘Craft of Pottery’ (in Sinhalese language) For the workshop and Training of Potters and
Ceramic Sculptors at Dediyawela Pottery Center. Organized by the Department of
Small Industries of Sri Lanka.                                                                                                                     20th  May 1998

‘Eastern Experiment in Modern Art?’ (in Sinhalese language) For the State Festival
of Paintings and Sculpture at John de Silva Memorial Hall, National Art Gallery, Organized by
the Art Council of Sri Lanka, Ministry of Cultural Affairs                                                                                           Oct. 1999

‘Ethics from Past Millanium to 21st Century(in sinhalese language) For the seminar of
21st Century & the 3rd Millenium’ at Katunayake, Kamkaru Sevana, Organized by
the Institute of Knowledge & Skill Development, Seeduwa.                                                                              20th Dec. 1999

‘History of Pottery and its Vision’ (in Sinhalese language) For the workshop and training course
of potters and ceramic sculptors at the Dediyawela Pottery Center. Organised  by
the Department of Small Industries of Sri Lanka                                                                                             25th Mar. 2000 

‘Bodhisattva Sculptures in Sri Lanka’ (in Sinhalese language) For the Art Forum
at the Colombo National Museum, organized by the Department of Museum.
(Speech published in Museum publication vol 6 pp 21 – 26)                                                                                              -           2002                                                                                          

‘Silk Route and Spiritual Route’ (in Sinhalese language) Memorial Lecture delivered
at the 4th Anniversary of Atelier – Chandrajeewa.                                                                                           11th July 2010
Teacher’s role for visual art education’ (in Sinhalese language) lectures training workshop
University of the Performing & Visual Art.                                                                                                               Nov. 2010
‘Casting Bronze’  (in Sinhalese /English languages)
Bronze casting workshop at my private Atelier.                                                                                                      Nov. 2010
‘Let us play our roll in the Asian renaissance of the 21st century'
Speech made at the launching of the Book ‘Power of Sri Lankan Art’ at
the Leo Burnett Advertising Agency, Colombo on 28th June 2012.                                                                    19th Aug. 2012

‘An Appreciation of Youth Services in the 80th decade & Reminiscences’
(in Sinhalese language) Speech made at the organization of the Youth services pioneer Retirees
General meeting at Gannoruwa Agricultural Training Center, Peradeniya.                                                           14th July 2012

Selection of Citations, Articles & Books made by other Authors                                                               

Late Sir Arthur C. Clarke had commented “On his terrific speed in completing
a portrait and had compared him to a human photocopying machine” Later commenting
on his bronze portrait at the Gale Face Hotel, Colombo the Late Sir Arthur C. Clarke had also said;
“This bears amazing similarity. It is unbelievable. It is hard to imagine how he created this.  
This is my clone.”                                                                                                                                       -            1994                                                                   
‘Sarath Chandrajeewa’ (Book) Albert Dharmasiri,
Publisher – Contemporary Art &Crafts Association of Sri Lanka,
Colombo. ISBN-955-9289-004                                                                                                                        -             1994

The Inestimable Contribution of the Individual to Society Sarath Chandrajeewa’s
exhibition of a Hundred Portrait Sculpture DANA The international Journal of
the Sarvodaya Movement, Editorial Advisory Committee Prof. Ediriweera Sarachchandra
/ Dr. A. T. Ariyaratne, Dana Vol. X1X Nos. 1 – 4. Moratuwa Sri Lanka. pp 68 – 69                                               -            1994   

“Sarath Chandrajeewa (born 1955) is a sculptor of extraordinary ability with a swift eye
and a perceptive mind essential skill in the art of portraiture. His portrait of Christopher
 Ondaatje which appears on the jacket of this book exemplifies his astonishing virtuosity.”
 “Vision of an Island” Neville Weeraratne,
Published Melborn Canada – Page 177. ISBN-0-9999-0483-3                                                                             -           1995 

Mentioned under the title of ‘Sculpture Colonial and Modern Period in Sri Lanka’
“A young sculptor recognizable as a successor to Ranasinghe is Sarath Chandrajeewa
(b 1955) whose forte is portrait heads in bronze.” Dictionary of Arts –volume 34.
Edited by Jane Turner – Macmillan Publishers Ltd. London – p.461                                                                      -          1996

Sarath Chandrajeewa ‘Form & Feeling’
Exhibition Catalogue, Albert Dharmasiri. The Lanka Oberoi Publication, Colombo.                                                 -           2000                   
‘Path of  Visual Arts – Sarath Chandrajeewa’ (Book)
by Namal Jayasinghe, Maxies publications, Colombo. ISBN-955-12141-00-2                                                         -           2005  

Mentioned in the British Museum Portrait Gallery Catalogue.                                                                               -           2007       
'A Visual of a Visual Artist Dr. Sarath Chandrajeewa’
by Mayanthi Jayasinghe. The Architect - The journal of the Sri Lanka Institute of Architects
vol.109, Issue No. 1 Page 82                                                                                                                           Jan-Mar 2008 

‘The Human Photcopy Machine’
by Rev. Fr. Samantha Perera Sri Lanka Heritage - Sri Lankan Premier Travel Magazine,
pages 21-24                                                                                                                                                  Aug-Sep. 2008
‘Scrap Book of  Chandrajeewa’
 by Malsha Fernando Published by Studio Rennaisance. ISBN 978-955-53120-0-4                                                  -           2012

Selection of Art Works for Other Authors publications                                                             

Bronze portrait of Sir Christopher Ondaatje
on the Book Cover of Visions of an Island’ authored by Neville Weeraratne,
Published in Melborn, Canada.                                                                                                                         -           1999        

Bronze portrait of Ven. Prof. Bellanwila Wimalarathana.
Published on page 177 in ‘Visions of an Island’ Authored by Neville Weeraratne,
Published in Melborn Canada.                                                                                                                          -           1999                   
Portrait Sculpture of Ven. Mapalagama Vipulasara.
Published on the Book Cover of ‘A Pictorial Biography of Ven. Mapalagama Wipulasara’  
Edited by Ven. Prof. Bellanwila Wimalarathana Thero,
Published by Paramadhamma Buddhist Institute, Sri Lanka.                                                                                -           2000                    

Bronze Sculpture of ‘Mahapurisa’
Used on the Book Cover of ‘Stress Reduction for YOUTH through mindfulness
and loving kindness MEDITATION’ by Ven. Mirisse Dhammika Publication of  
Buddhist Cultural Centre, Dehiwala, Sri Lanka.                                                                                                    -            2000                               
Bronze Sculpture of Buddha
Used on the Book Cover of  ‘Buddhist Philosophy’ (in Sinhalese language)
Ven. Pagngnakiththi, Godage Publishers, Colombo.                                                                                                                            -               2001        

Portrait of Prof. Carlo Fonseka (oil painting)
which hangs in the Faculty Room of Medicine Faculty at Ragama,
Used on Book Cover of Timely Letters’ (Kalochitha lipi) Godage Publishers, Colombo.                                                     -              2002
Monumental Sculpture of Founder Monk of Bellanwila Raja Maha Vihara
Ven. Bellanwila Somarathana Published in page 04 on ‘Bellanwila Mural’
Edited by Albert Dharmasiri. 2nd edition, Sarasavi publications, Colombo.                                                              -            2007

Poem Book – ‘Life after Love’
by Muthu Padmakumara Cover and all visuals based on paintings done by the Artist.
Sarasavi Publications.                                                                                                                                       -           2009