Distanced: Raman Bhardwaj

Editor Julia Alora, Art, April 20th, 2020

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“I made some artworks recently to reflect my thoughts and feelings arising due to the coronavirus crisis in the world. I am going through fear and faith at the same time as everyone else is, I suppose, and drawing these emotions out was a little helpful.”

-Raman Bhardwaj

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Raman Bhardwaj is an Indian descended, Greensboro based painter, muralist, illustrator, sculptor, and designer. Born and raised in India, he won a national award in India  for illustrations, and has won ArtPop street gallery award 2019 for billboard art in USA. He is a laid back homeopathy and astrology enthusiast who listens to Indian classical music and cooks chicken soup for his soul almost every day.

www.artistraman.com
instagram: @artistraman
facebook: @pureartguru

 

Learn more about “Distanced: Artists Under Quarantine” here.

 

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Julia Alora

Julia Alora is a transplanted Portland sculptoress inspired by biology and the natural world. Her works can be found lurking in the woods, guarding her studio, and in co-op art houses around the city.