Portrait of Kalpana Rana, Dan Smith, 2016.
Kalpana is a line leader at MSA Ethos, a powerful position many times fulfilled by men. In the river in the portrait’s background, a crocodile attacked Kalpana and her arm was torn into several pieces. Kalpana received critical surgery and healthcare at the hospital at MSA and was able to recover a fraction of her mobility. Coming from a family of means, working at MSA Ethos isn’t a necessity for her, but rather a passion of hers to find a career in which she’s stimulated and constantly learning. Her passion and desire to become an expert in an industry she loves, allowed her to overcome her fears and adversities.
Print is framed.
Print Details: 44" x 33"; Museum-quality Black and White Archival Giclée Inkjet Print; Hahnemühle Fine Art Baryta Paper (325 gsm). Print by Giulia Berto
Frame Details: Wooden; 0.75" Face x 2.18" Depth; Black Finish.