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Indian Artist Pinky Kumari

Lost in Nature -3

Lost in Nature -3

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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 24 in | 60.96 x 60.96 cm
Year: 2021, Medium: Acrylic on Canvas

About Artist
Pinky Kumari is the finest emerging artist from Ramgarh, Jharkhand, INDIA. She completed her bachelor's degree in 2016 and her Master of Fine Arts in 2018 from Indira Kala Sangeet Vishwavidyalaya “IKSV”, Khairagarh, Chhattisgarh State of India. Pinky has done many solo and group shows across the country throughout the years. She has continuously been working as a freelance artist, focusing primarily on nature-themed artwork.

Artist Statement
In my painting, my primary focus is to show the disturbance of humans on nature and wildlife. Day-by-day expansion of the city is an alarming danger for Nature and wildlife. Millions of birds are already dead and left are fighting for their survival. Many birds use to seat on the rooftop or traffic signal because they won't have any place left. Humans are recklessly cutting down nature and harming wildlife. Even we can see wild animals are seen on the streets because we crossing our limit and leaving them with no space. That's the reason they coming to the city.

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