Art has been part of my life for as long as I can remember. As a teenager, my parent sent me to private art classes to learn to paint in watercolour. However, as I grew older, I developed an interest in pencil art, particularly graphite art.
I started drawing seriously in 2015 and am currently aiming for hyperrealism. I mostly work on wildlife - both British and Australian - and will occasionally use coloured pencils. I am currently attempting to master pastel drawings.
Skyscrapers. Highways. Housing estates. A lot of our natural environment is slowly being swallowed up by urbanisation and technology that embrace the use of artificial intelligence. Every year, hundreds of animals lose their natural habitats due to the greediness of mankind and many complex eco-systems are destroyed.
My aim is to preserve the memory of such delicate environments through soundscape and music, and raise awareness to the beauty of the world as Mother Nature intended. Urbanisation may be good for population growth of humans in general but the animal population is also declining at an alarming rate.
So, the next time, you venture out into the urban jungle, take a step back and have a good listen of the natural world around you. Please don’t let mankind destroy what’s left of Mother Nature.