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#Instaart: Insta artists love Markhor

It might be called ‘The Gram’, but it’s worth a TON of exposure. Instagram has always been all about visual impact, and it’s where you find some of the finest artists in the world today, from the heavyweights to the hidden talent. Abir Pothi embarks on a series that will highlight the best of Instagram artists we manage to discover — those whose artistry you could take an ‘Insta-nt’ liking to!

@nicoledebarber

Nicole DeBarber is spending a lot of time with Markhor and has produced this beautiful work through her experience. Her caption say,\”the Markhor is a near threatened wild goat native to Central Asia, Karakoram, and the Himalayas. Been spending a lot of time lately learning about and drawing our endangered friends\” 

 

 
 
 
 
 
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A post shared by Nicole DeBarber (@nicoledebarber)

 

@aya_chujo

This artist has their own rendition using bright colours. Take a look!

 

 
 
 
 
 
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A post shared by 中條 亜耶 (@aya_chujo)

 

@artsy_mk_

This digital abstract is a beautiful rendition of Markhor. The caption reads, \”The markhor(capra falconeri) is a large capra species native to central asia, Karakoram and the Himalayas.\”

 

 
 
 
 
 
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A post shared by marvi08 (@artsy_mk__)

 

@canvasbird

This Markhor by Angela Rizzo truly is unique. The textures and colours are almost soothing to look at. The Markhor surrounded by vegetation looks majestic.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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A post shared by Angela Rizza (@canvasbird)

 

@jazatuart

This artist is mesmerised with the horns of the Markhor and has captured them in detail in his artwork. The caption says, \”Well, I came across the Markhor, and I thought that their horns were so cool they deserved their own artwork. So! Here is a drawing of Markhor – they\’re a goat species that have nice, long coats to keep them warm as they typically live in a colder enviornment.
I drew this fella in a very green environment and with a massive rock :)\”

 

 
 
 
 
 
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A post shared by Jasmine (@jazatuart)

 

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