Netra Bahadur Khattri



I was born and raised in Baglung Nepal. Form an early age I became inspired by my Uncle and his Art and have always had an inclination in Art, Drawing, Sculpture and Carving. This single sentence sums up for me what it is to be an Artist, an individual who can immerse himself in an occupation that he loves doing. Although people can aspire to become Artists for various reasons, they may want to change the world, become commercially successful or make political statements, for me it’s a lot simpler, I simply enjoy creating Art through my Sculpture like contemporary art, installation and other natural creative work on the field .I would be asked questions about what I had created and this would give me an opportunity to introduce them to the world of artistic expression and explain my view.

In fact, I had a dreamt of being an Artist since my childhood. During one to one tutorials with my teachers I had many opportunities to question and interpret the meanings of things I did not understand. The course was structured around tutorials, group critiques, workshop and open-studio sessions where we were encouraged to negotiate our own particular approach to Fine Art through three areas of practice: Drawing, Sculpting and Carving.

Overall, I have taken the necessary steps to further my goals, and hope to secure a place in Fine Art’s fullest potential.


Work History

Work History


2013 - 2014
Painter, Indra KHattri — Fine Art, Painting Assistant(Etching and printing)


2012 - 2014
Sculptor, Om Khattri, Nepal. —



Graduating in Fine Art

2015 - Present
Fontbonne University

Bachelor of Fine Art

Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu, Nepal

P.C.L certificate level of Fine Art

Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu, Nepal

Art Exhibition and Workshop

  •  National Exhibition of Fine Art, Conducted by 'Nepal Academy of Fine Art' in 2012 and 2014,Kathmandu Nepal.
  • 'Residential Sculpture workshop' of Nepal Academy of Fine Art in March 2012, Kathmandu Nepal
  • 'workshop of Handicraft'  Kathmandu Nepal in February 2011