Priya Gore brings the extraordinary natural world to life on canvas through animated depictions of birds and wildlife. Her paintings are a symphony of color, vibrating with energy. Gore sees her process of painting as a joyous dance, each lyrical movement breathing life into the birds that are often the subject of her art.
“Australian rainforests offer the abundance of natural wonder,” says Gore. “The bush walks and coastal hikes replenish the emptiness of the soul with a long-lasting creative energy. An artist’s life revolves around the exploration of nature’s intricacies that are often hidden in the obvious.”
Being in nature amongst the beautiful birds, animals, trees of the rainforest and the ocean has had profound effect on the artist’s mental, physical and spiritual wellbeing. Priya’s artwork tries to convey something beyond what we humans can encompass with our limited understanding of nature and its power.
Born and raised in India, Gore’s engineering career took her to Australia from the U.S. and she has been a true global citizen since she embarked upon her full time art journey.
Recent months spent on the islands of Bali and Java have left an indelible mark on her mind and soul, influencing the art that is unfolding from her easel.
In 2023, Priya achieved recognition as a finalist in the David Shephard Wildlife Foundation’s Wildlife Artist of the Year competition and her art can be found in both private and public collections in Australia, the U.S., Germany, Japan, Singapore, Brunei and beyond.
When viewing her work, you can almost envision her before the canvas—brush in hand, applying each stroke with a grace that infuses her art with “a dash of wilderness.” —
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