Rohini Sen is a New Zealand born artist, who from an early age had an interest in both art and animals. She first graduated with a Degree in Zoology specializing in Wild Animals, with a specific interest in Avian Biology. Sen also earned a post-graduate qualification in Wild Animal Management. She has worked with a wide range of species in Wildlife Sanctuaries, Zoological Parks and field research scenarios, including her advocacy role with the World Society for the Protection of Animals.
Sen then travelled abroad to further pursue figurative art studies. Studying in France at a private studio art school, the Naturalist and Baroque began to shape her work here. This led her on to study in New York, at the Grand Central Academy of Art, and later to Los Angeles to study at LAAFA. Rohini is currently based in Los Angeles, and continues to work on commissioned and personal art work, often employing the wildness of animals into figurative narratives.