Sangeetha Kadur finds her niche as a wildlife artist.
She aspires to capture wilderness on paper and canvas, and draw attention to the fascinating natural world that surrounds us. Illustrating for an international publication, a big coffee table book project on ‘Hummingbirds’, opened her up to the finer world of natural history illustrations. She often works with various wildlife organisations in creating educational outreach material. Among her recent big endeavour is the art curation and design for the ‘Holematthi Nature Information Centre’, adjacent to Malai Mahadeshwara Wildlife Sanctuary, in collaboration with Nature Conservation Foundation. With a primary focus on nature and wildlife, she has illustrated two children’s book along with Pratham.
Sangeetha maintains a meticulous nature journal with sketches, doodles and little notes of observations during her travels. All of these observations and little details inspire her detailed artworks. Combined by a strong urge to share her passion for creating art from the natural world, she co-founded ‘GreenScraps’, nature journaling workshops, with a hope to inspire a new generation of nature artists.