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My name is Disha Sharma and I am a freelance illustrator focusing on botanical and food illustrations used in editorial and packaging design, branding and advertising.

With a huge fascination about nature and its colors, I love to recreate botanical, floral and natural elements on paper using watercolors. I enjoy looking into details and creating botanical and food illustrations. Watercolor is my primary medium of choice with other mediums including gouache, pencils and procreate.

I accept commissions from a range of clients including magazines, packaging and branding. I work with both commercial and private clients.

I have worked with a number of editorial and commercial clients including Baltimore Magazine, Gravy by Southern Foodways Alliance, Paperlike and Michele's Granola.

When I am not illustrating, you can find me having fun time with my 8 year old son and my husband or walking alongside the lake next to my home, watching birds and nature.  

Looking for some beautiful illustrations for your product packaging, or editorial projects? I am just an Email away.  

To view my Surface Patterns , click HERE or Contact Me to view complete Portfolio.


Uppercase Magazine
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It is always a "treat" (pardon the pun) working with Disha! She is an amazing talent and a joy to collaborate with. Her ability to capture realism is stunning. Whenever we feature Disha's illustrations in our magazine, I always get positive feedback about her work. Even when I approached her last month about an assignment that was a little different from her signature style, she was very eager to meet the needs of the job and hit the ball out of the park, as always. I look forward to our next project.

—Amanda White-Iseli

   Creative Director, Baltimore magazine

“My wife and I first noticed Disha’s artwork on her Instagram and fell in love with it. We reached out and Disha was quick to respond and was able to create lovely pieces of artwork for our baby’s nursery. Disha was an absolute pleasure to do business with and we will certainly reach out again!”

—Jonathan Anderson, Canada


Baltimore Magazine
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