Tiger : The master of a balanced ecosystem

(Born : 2004)

Shortlisted in National Painting Competition by Khula Aasmaan & IISER Pune (2019)

St. Felix High School, Pune, Maharashtra

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Tiger : The master of a balanced ecosystem, painting by Shraddha Virkar
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Shraddha Virkar
Child Artist

Art No

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22883

Artist

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Shraddha Virkar

Title

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Tiger : The master of a balanced ecosystem

Medium

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Oil Paint on Paper

Size

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8.27 x 11.69 inches (21.0058 x 29.6926 cm)

Remarks
The picture I painted talks a lot about the nature, wildlife & the balanced ecosystem. The presence of tigers is an indication of a balanced ecosystem. The lush green trees, the sultry flowering crystal clear water & the rays of sun peeping enthusiastically through the trees refresh our minds. The scene relaxes & enhances us. When i heard about the trees which were cut down in Mumbai, I felt the need to express my grief. Painting being the best medium of expression for me, I decided to paint this painting. Due to deforestation burning of land, animal hunting & trafficking, there is a decline in the number of tigers in India to a huge extent. This has surely had an adverse effect on the environment. Through this painting I am trying to encourage everyone to take efforts to make this earth a better place to live(for everyone, including plants & animals) Till now I have painted many painting on canvas using acrylics as well as oil paints. I enjoy painting different themes, making fusion etc. But the vibrant colors of nature fascinate me. Nature gives me inspiration to paint & I am sure my paintings reflect it. It was a challenge for me to pint this painting with oil paint on the paper. I had never used oil paints on paper before. Oil paint help me tp bring out the vibrant colors of tiger & the environment.

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