K.R. Nariman was born in New Delhi, India where she currently resides. She is a graduate with a Masters of Fine Arts degree (MFA) from University of Arts, London.


Her artistic inspiration comes from her learnings at the studio of K.S. Radhakrishnan where she spent three years honing her casting skills before completing her masters from London. She specialises in Bronze casting but has also worked in different materials such as metal, wood and ceramics. She has interned with the well-known metal sculptor- Arzan Khambatta, the Padma Shri awardee- Sudarshan Sahoo and learnt ceramics at Blue Pottery, Delhi.


She has been awarded the ‘Special Award 2019’ by Delhi Minorities Commission, Government of NCT Delhi.  She has also been nominated for Wildlife Artist of the Year 2019, shortlisted for the Clifford Chance Sculpture Award and the John Ruskin Prize apart from being awarded prizes at a number of group shows. She has been a part of a number of group shows in London. Some noted ones include the Royal Society of British Artists annual exhibition 2019 and the Society of Women’s Artist annual exhibition 2020 as well.