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Nepali Artist Sangee Shrestha

Compassion

Compassion

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It will add a vibrant touch to any room! This stunning artwork is delivered as a rolled canvas, making it easy to transport and hang anywhere in the world. Hang this piece and lighten up your space!

Size: 24 x 36 in | 61 x 92 cm
Year: 2022, Medium: Acrylic on Canvas


About Artist
Sangee Shrestha was born in NEPAL in 1978, Nepal, she is Freelance Visual Artist. She did her B.F.A from Fine Art Colleage, Nepal and received Master Degree in History and Archeology from T.U. She is actively working as an artist more than 3 decade. Recently She is appointed as a assembly member in Nepal Acedemy of Fine Arts by the government of culture and tourism ministry.. She has taken part more than 300+ various group Exhibitions and projects around the country and internationally.

Artist Note
As life has become so mechanical, we tend to overlook our emotions and thereby limit our own growth. Though all of us seek to break free from the shackles of emotional confinement, it is easier said than done. We are forever bound by social confinements, which lead us to suppress our emotions and lead the life of silent spectators in search of liberation, freedom and enchantment. It is what it is and it is how it is-our journey towards the self never ends-or it ends up in despair, if we strain the strings. I can see it all hidden in the faces-good times and bad times. I have tried to express those very sentiments through my paintings.
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