Wheat Field with Cypresses

Priya Yabaluri

INDIA

Priya Yabaluri

Title

PRESERVE THE OCEAN

Medium

Acrylic on Canvas

Year

2020

L (in)

24

H (in)

30

Price

$2000

Artwork Details

Preserve The Ocean Series of my paintings reflects the beauty and importance of marine life for the preservation of life in the world. We need the balance and reduce the global warming by protecting the marine life.

Artist Bio

Art is my passion.
Being an artist for more than 25 yrs. and choosing it as a profession
in spite of my varied background, I could find back the space within
me which I had hidden for some time since my childhood to explore
and create. The great thing about being an artist is that you are your
own resident expert on your work, you know and study more about
your technique, background, or subject matter and your perspectives
over the period of time. This makes it possible to experience the
ideas and thoughts of social‐political relevance and visions of the
future of art. It gives me a fascinating insight into my own thinking
, my vision and then its practice. I love to experiment with the
space and the simple objects and subjects often adapted from the
nature. The result being or becoming inspired and creative like
some of the most important artists of our time in the form of
poetry, writing, and works of art.
Traditionally, science is not seen as a creative field and often uses
facts to verify the information often unearthed through research.
Perhaps my background in science (BSC)DAV college and later
Interior designing (PGDID)JNAFAU from Hyderabad makes me think
on the whole and different perspective. It adds up to my experience,
the logic and the illusion to become my painting. Nature being the
primary resource to my creativity. Initially as a child I would sketch
and paint everything I felt was beautiful. I was always drawn towards
fine arts. I also love to write poetry and compose music. In the last
20 years I have participated in over 35 group and solo Art shows in
India and Abroad. I have exhibited in UK, Germany, StPetersburg,
Moscow,France,London,Paris,Dubai abroad and Mumbai,New­Delhi,
Hyderabad,Guwahati,Pune in India. I still need to explore more
geographically and learn more about art and culture globally. Art is
evergreen. Art sets you free.
I think science is inherently creative. As an Artist I feel you start
thinking in a perspective, to be able to discover something new that
other people have not discovered already. You feel like the ideas and
the concepts that you have acquired in one way or the other, are
tools that could empower you to do more than you could do. Later in
the year 2015 I started my own brand called:” Art for Awareness”
under which I continue to write, publish Art magazines, books and
conduct Art shows. My latest works of art include a series “Preserve
The Ocean “ I have painted using acrylic medium on canvas .I want to
create an awareness of preserving the ocean .How much the marine
life is important to sustain life on earth.
Our creativity often stems from the exposure to a massive variety of
stimuli. It has to be invigorating enough that we go against our very
human tendency to fall into a set pattern. The idea that we are not
necessarily going to be doing ground‐breaking things. The time is
meant to comfort the fact that we learn from our failures, our
experiments and experiences of life and then being able to break
boundaries with or without them. My vision is to see art inspiring,
creating awareness and explaining the world that the artist is one of
the creators and their creativity is reflection of the beauty and facts
that coexist with us and within us. An Artist has the ability to create
and promote the harmony beyond cultural or social differences.
An Artist spending most of the time in solitude is mostly introvert or
unable to socialize often with the kind of work they do. In these
times and age I feel internet is a boon and social websites are like
your extra limbs enabling you to feel, walk, share and acknowledge
the creativity going in and around you .Facebook and Instagram and
many more have revolutionized the world of art.Sitting inside your
home or studio you can enrol art exhibitions, shows and know what’s
happening .
2020! It's been full of personal goals being met, but also a year of
making tough choices. I just work on art over a longer period of time
and with no deadlines. I've been running, working, learning teaching,
and parenting. I've had an emotional roller coaster of a year and
learned a lot about myself and people around me under the pressure
of national Pandemic.
In spite of the lockdown I went on to publish one of my E‐art
magazines “lockdown art‐ A journey “reflecting the works of art
created during the lockdown by various Contemporary artists.
This is an exciting moment for me, because as someone who
currently works every day with contemporary visual culture, for
spiritual, and educational purposes. Finally, I would love to suggest
do encourage good art and the artist in this extreme technological
world.

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