Artist Lalith Senanayake showcases vibrancy of wildlife at Singapore exhibition

Saturday, 7 November 2015 00:00 -     - {{hitsCtrl.values.hits}}

IMG_5419Artist Lalith Senanayake’s passion for wildlife is not second to drawing; he often takes time to trek in the jungle and observe animals in the wilderness. Over the years he has made many sacrifices to pursue his passion of making objects of animals with scrap metal. It’s not been easy to because when travelling in the jungles, he has had to stay away from his loved ones and children. But now the long hours of working on animal creations is over and he is ready to exhibit his creations to the public – at an art exhibition being held at Mandala Fine Arts Gallery in Singapore from 7-15 November. The Wildlife Art Exhibition will showcase the work of 36 wildlife artists from artists from around the world, with 18 artists participating in person and over 200 pieces of art. The exhibition features some of Lalith’s most spectacular and intricate creations of animals made from scrap metal

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