Asad Faulwell is an artist based in the Los Angeles area.

He graduated from UCSB in 2005 and received his MFA from Claremont Graduate University in 2008. While at Claremont he was awarded a Joan Mitchell Foundation MFA Grant. His work is featured in many private and public collections including The Oppenheimer Collection at The Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art in Kansas City, The Rubell Collection in Miami, The Orange County Museum of Art and The Franks-Suss Collection in London.

Over the last few years Asad Faulwell has produced a series of works on Les Femme D'Alger: a homage to the forgotten Algerian women who fought alongside their male counterparts in the war of independence from French occupation between 1954-1962.

He is currently represented in New York by Kravets/Wehby Gallery and in Dubai by Lawrie/Shabibi Gallery.