Swapnil Nevgi

Artist interview: A closer look at Swapnil Nevgi career and life

Art House online gallery is delighted to interview Swapnil Nevgi, Australian artist living in Brisbane, Australia. We went through multiple details about his career as an artist but also his personal life.

1-When it comes to your art, explain what you do in 100 words: I am a self-taught artist based in Brisbane, specializing in capturing the beauty of wildlife and nature through my realistic oil paintings on canvas or linen. With a deep passion for the natural world, I bring these subjects to life on the canvas, conveying their intricate details and vibrant colours. Through my art, I aim to evoke a sense of wonder and appreciation for the wonders of the natural world.

2-What project are you working on now? Currently, I’m immersed in an oil painting depicting magpie birds joyfully perched on a jacaranda tree, serenading with their melodic tunes. This picturesque scene encapsulates the essence of Australia, showcasing the harmonious connection between nature and wildlife. It is my endeavour to transport viewers into this quintessentially Australian setting, evoking a sense of appreciation and wonder for the wonders of our unique landscape.

Swapnil Nevgi

3-Why do you do what you do? Art runs deep within me, intertwining with my profound love for wildlife. My goal is to translate those fleeting moments of nature, which often go unnoticed in our bustling lives, into tangible works of art. By capturing the essence of these moments, I aspire to alleviate the burdens of everyday stress that weigh upon us. Through my art, I hope to transport viewers to a place of tranquillity, where they can momentarily escape and reconnect with the beauty and serenity of the natural world.

4-How has your practice changed over time? The art that ignited my passion since childhood has now become my chosen profession. Throughout the years, I have dedicated myself to honing my skills in rendering and composition, continuously striving for improvement. The journey of artistic growth has been transformative, and I am committed to embracing further evolution. With each new creation, I embrace the opportunity to explore new techniques, expand my artistic horizons, and delve deeper into self-expression. My artistic journey is an ongoing adventure, driven by a ceaseless desire to push boundaries and uncover the boundless possibilities that art holds.

5-What is your strongest childhood memory? I won a lot of art awards as a child. These awards are a strong part of my childhood memory that boosted my confidence in my art.

6-What is your scariest experience? None.

7-Describe a real-life experience that inspired you. Seeing my parents struggle through their life to bring me and my sister up while making sure we had all that we needed gave me strength to face life.

8-What superpower would you like to have and why? I’d like to have superpower of making my wishes come true so I can get rid of the concept of money from this world.

9-Do you make a living off of your art? I am striving to make living off my art. Currently I also support myself with my skills in graphic design.

10-What is your dream creative project? Every project that I work on is my dream creative project.

11-Which place in the world do you find to be the most inspiring? South Island in New Zealand

12-What’s the most indispensable item in your studio/practice? Oil colours

13-What is the best piece of advice you’ve ever been given? “Where there is a will, there is a way”

14-What are your hobbies? Art, Photography, Hiking, Exercising, Music, Socialising and Dancing

15-Creatively, where do you see yourself in the next five years?  I would like to open my physical art Galleries and have my art available around the globe.

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