Kajal is a London-based environmental artist, who strongly believes that art can make a difference. She spent her formative years growing up in the idyllic, but impoverished country of Kenya, where she was exposed to the horrors of poaching practices. Now, as an adult, she is trying to raise awareness of and help fund conservation projects through her work. In 2017, she started working on a collection of paintings, entitled ‘Endangered World’, one of which was exhibited at the prestigious Mall Galleries in London for the Society of Women Artists Annual Exhibition, and another of which ensured her selection as a finalist for the Holly Bush Emerging Woman Painter Prize 2017.
In her spare time, she likes to travel and discover the architecture in different cities, interact with people and try the local cuisines. She documents her travels through her sketchbooks, as well as their effects on her own emotions and interactions. She is in awe of the splendour in human creation, and tries to capture its glorious detail in her sketches.
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