High Schooler’s Wildlife Photo Exhibit Also Advocates Conservation
India-West Staff Reporter
PASADENA, CA – A studio here was transformed into a captivating gallery space for “Untouched Tableaus,” a wildlife photography exhibition by a Harvard-Westlake senior student, Tanya Anand. Held on January 20, the event attracted nature enthusiasts, students, and those from the Los Angeles art and photography community.
“Untouched Tableaus,” featured a breathtaking collection of wildlife photography that highlighted Anand’s talent and deep appreciation for the natural world. At just 18, she demonstrated an exceptional ability to capture the essence and spirit of wildlife in their natural habitats.
Ranging from local fauna to more exotic species, the images stood out for their striking compositions, vivid colors, and intimate moments they captured, offering viewers a rare glimpse into the lives of these creatures in the wild.
Several pieces in the exhibition showcased species in vulnerable or endangered habitats, bringing attention to the pressing issue of wildlife preservation. These powerful images served as Anand’s visual plea for environmental stewardship and resonated deeply with the audience.
Reflecting on the exhibition’s overwhelming response, Anand shared, “’Untouched Tableaus’ is more than an exhibition; it’s a call to appreciate and protect the incredible wildlife around us. I am humbled by the support and hope my work inspires more conversations about conservation.”
Tanya Anand might well be a promising new voice in wildlife photography. For more: Instagram @tanya.y.anand.