Rajul’s sparkling peacock graces a cozy corner of our bedroom, adding brightness, a touch of mystery and an interesting mix of color and texture to entice the eye. Rajul has a knack for creating art that both delights and engages the beholder.
Dinar Somali, Melbourne, Australia
Rajul Shah paints visual gems of luminosity. Multiple layers of color are worked into color field paintings that induce deep meditative silence. Often these fields include whimsical bits of story - people, trees and other landscape elements, for highly resonant imagery charged with emotional vibration. Viewers are sure to experience a transport to another world.
Nancy Reyner, Artist - Santa Fe, NM
I bought a small painting from Rajul two years ago. It is exquisite and beautiful. The metallic flowers in the frame constantly change their hues and reflections throughout the day emanating feelings of peaceful flow. Although the painting is smaller in size, it has a great amount of energy and joy embedded in it. It can be used as a centerpiece or combined with other modular units. Rajul’s art work is joyful and energetic
Ritu Bhatt, Minneapolis, MN. USA
"I have known Rajul for many years now and found her work to be both insightful and heartwarming. Her work specific to Japan captures the beauty and simplicity of this wonderful country in a way one would not expect from someone who has not grown up here. A truly and amazingly talented artist!”
Ken Shearer, Tokyo Japan
“Rajul Shah’s deep spiritual nature, extensive world travels, and exposure to different cultures have imbued her art with a universal human narrative that unifies us all. The intrinsic qualities of goodness, bliss and harmony radiate from her artwork.”
Renée Phillips, Curator, Manhattan Arts International New York, NY
Born in Mumbai, India, raised in the United States with homes & studios in the US & Japan, Rajul’s artwork is a blend of contemporary American dynamics & traditional Japanese simplicity.
Integrating a variety of materials, including gold and silver leaf, acrylic and oil, Rajul creates paintings with radiant layers of color and light.</p>
November 1 to 8, 2018 - Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum - 49th Annual Genyouten Exhibition - Juried
First collection was Indian Icons in 2016, followed by The Fuji Collection in 2017, The Bucket List and Water in 2018. Abstract-fully Yours in her latest collection in 2018.
Send me a photo of your favorite landscape and tell me why you love it. I will give you a painting that capture the essence of your experience! Learn more on my Commissions Page
A painting has the power to transport anyone to another world and allows for reflection and inward consideration of the spirit. The chaos of daily life Is challenged and re-shaped as peaceful respite stimulating healing and regeneration of the soul.