Leila Javadi-Babreh is a wildlife artist in Oxfordshire UK. Her wildlife paintings are often inspired by her adventures in the Arctic.
Oxfordshire adventure artist, Leila Javadi-Babreh painted her way to the Gates of the Arctic and has been nominated for International Wildlife Artist of the Year in 2019. Her work has been published in Alaska, Canada and the UK.
Leila’s wildlife paintings are large, powerful and immersive – you feel lost in the snow just looking at them – and while her palette is unquestionably arctic, it includes strong rich colours alongside whites and greys.
“Snow is pink when the sun sets. In the moonlight it’s a glittery silver, and there’s a huge range of blues,” she explains. “If I can’t draw then I write a description of the sights and the colours to remind myself.