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The Kathmandu Valley - SOLD $200 - Print

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The Kathmandu Valley - SOLD $200 Print

Shaila Darr

Kenya

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The Kathmandu valley in Nepal is literally full of medival villages. Here are pumpkins drying on the ledge of a Nepali cottage. The orange on the wall is painted with red ochre.

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Shaila Darr was born in Nairobi, Kenya, where she grew up and blossomed as an artist. A child prodigy, Shaila manifested her precocious talent at the age of 13, when she began sketching beautifully rendered images in pencil. She progressed to experimenting with pen and ink, creating vivid portraits using the dotting technique. Shaila opted to take graphic design as her profession and has worked successfully in leading advertising agencies as a graphic designer and art director, winning awards and accolade. Her passion for painting resurfaced and even though untutored in fine art, she went on to master her own unique style and artistic discipline despite a busy career in advertising. In 2001 she established her own freelance art studio where she pursues her passion for painting. She has produced amazing works of art, depicting people in their environments. Her first collection of paintings is based on her trip to India and Nepal. Her visualization of innocent young girls with sad knowing eyes are mesmerizing and represent her strong views against child marriage and the stigmatization of women. She is also fascinated by The Maasai of Kenya and has captured the essence of the tribe in the unique individual style of her own.

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