Raj Maji - Artist

About Raj Maji

Learn more about Raj Maji from Mumbai, Maharashtra - India.

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I am an artist to experience the joy and blissfulness of beauty in every element and share that to the entire world. I can’t give a proper definition of art for its vastness and freeness but art is a catharsis for human mind. I always try to keep myself alive in my world and try to let people have at least a little bliss experiencing the artworks, may be for a fraction of second.

I tried to express my emotions towards life and truth through my paintings and experimented to depict it through the language of art. I observe everything around me and try to portray what appeals me with loosely used brushstrokes. I love to use watercolor, oil and acrylic but sometimes work with pigments and other materials.

Some of my works basically deal with Indian aesthetics which is evident from the economy of lines used and simplicity of expression. Sometime the paintings display a subtle understanding of spiritualism and offer a bridge between realism and abstraction (rational and irrational world / tangible and the intangible world). I emphasize on Indian principles making extensive use of Indian motifs. What I try to express is ‘Navarasa’, the nine expressions.

Events and Exhibitions:

Art Camp in Aralam Wildlife Sanctuary,Kerala, India in July 2016.

Painting was been selected for 88th National exhibition by AIFACS ,Dec 2015-Jan2016.

Duo Art Show “Abhyantara” in Atelier Art and Cultural Centre, Pondicherry, India in Oct-Nov 2015.

Art show “The Golden Cage” in Lalitkala Academy New Delhi, India in Oct 2015.

Group Show “Ripples of Integration” in Lalitkala Academy of Fine Art in Kerala, India in April 2015.

Group Show “The Green Window” in Birla Academy of Fine Art in Oct. 2013.

Watercolor painting “The Sacred Old” was been featured in ‘Art Family’ Magazine, a magazine about art and culture July edition 2013.

Was been awarded Bronze medal for painting from Bhartiya Nandanic Parishad in 2000.

Raj Maji joined Pixels.com Licensing on January 19th, 2015.