Indian born, Sydney based visual artist Anjana Rai is a passionate creator, whose reverence for Mother Nature radiates from every corner of her canvas. Foregoing the use of the paint brush in favour of the palette knife, she layers thick portions of oil paints, in a technique known as impasto, to devise impressionistic depictions of florals, land and seascapes. While typically beginning with a basic concept of an image or scene, her works are primarily a union between the external environment and her internal responses.

Breaking with the tradition of depicting fine detail, she embraces a free-flowing, unrestrained style that allows her the independence necessary to experiment with colour portrayal, textured curves, angles and edges. Visualising her work in three-dimensional space, she utilises that view, as well as her innovative artistry, to construct works that showcase the glory of nature, as perceived from her unique cultural and creative perspective.

Since 2019, Anjana Rai’s works have appeared in numerous art shows, galleries and group exhibitions within Australia. Whilst initially exhibiting in Pune, India and in the inner-city suburbs of Sydney, her work has been seen across wider Melbourne and regional Victoria since 2021. She is currently featured in private collections in various states and territories throughout India and Australia.
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