For and from nature
The Morning Standard|July 29, 2021
Aarti Zaveri, on procuring the gifts of nature to make art and why nature-art shows are vital
RAJKUMARI SHARMA TANKHA

ARTIST Aarrti Zaveri’s ongoing virtual exhibition of paintings and photographs is based on nature. Titled Nature From The Core, the exhibition, curated by Zaveri, showcases 18 works from her ever-growing Nature Art Collection that she started a decade ago.

Zaveri says, nature is both, a preserver and destroyer, beyond our comprehension. “The pandemic has shown us that nature has a way of balancing itself. That man cannot keep on exploiting its resources and destroying the environment. Since this is the best time for people to understand the importance of nature, I decided to showcase these works,” she says.

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