Artist: Swapna Shepherd
Oil on canvas. Size 60 in X 36 in.
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Swapna Shepherd is a wildlife artist based in Austin, Texas and the creator of the "Far Into The Amazon" Art Series. Growing up as a child in Pune, India, Swapna took an early interest in art, creating cards and caricatures. What began as casual creations soon cultivated into structured works of landscapes and portraits. After receiving her M.Sc in environmental science from Pune University, Swapna aligned her art with her love for the natural world and her passion and desire to preserve the environment, Today, Swapna is focused on conservation art. Her new art series "Far into the Amazon" is an effort to raise awareness of the diverse creatures we could lose to habitat loss and other human activities. These include organisms that are found only in the most remote areas of the planet.
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