About the artist
Prasad Natarajan born in 2nd April 1983, he is Bangalore based wildlife artist and founder of Artist for Wildlife and Nature (AWN). He has been working on wildlife art from 2005. He is one of India’s acclaimed wildlife artists and featured in many leading wildlife magazines.
The visual media of creative expression has always held appeal to me than the verbal or written communication. I have been passionate about art since I was a child and indulged in pen and ink drawings, illustrations and renderings, honing my skills as I mature.
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“Prasad Natarajan is known for his engaging paintings and painstaking ink drawings depicting the natural world. They tell us stories of the animals and plants of his native Karnataka state, viewed through his careful lens. They awaken us to the functioning of those rich ecosystems. His works are celebration of life and all of its wonders. His works leaves us with an image of nature that is rich, lasting, and deeply satisfying. Prasad is a skilled draftsman and painter whose works celebrate Asia's wildlife with a distinctive character that's all his own” http://cpbrestvankempen.com
“Hi! My name is Meeta Dani and I am an international artist, author, speaker and entrepreneur. I have been following Prasad Natarajan since last 2.5 years on Facebook. His artworks, specially his pen and ink work, always fascinated me. And finally, one of his artworks was so amazing that I could not hold myself from purchasing it instantly. His pen and ink works has that old master's charm. I am now the proud owner of his original beautiful work and have also booked another one way in advance.”
Prasad Natarajan is an extremely dedicated artist. He has shown exemplary courage, something all artists need not just in working very hard on his own artworks but also his sincere commitment to conservation art. He teaches nature drawing, photography and encourages many people including adults to nurture art. His dedication is evident in his regular hosting of AWN, not giving up to financial constraints and encouraging many young new aspirants to display their work. His work is versatile encompassing field drawings, poetry, pencil drawing and acrylics. His work is very fine and he deserves all accolades and success.