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The Flames of Yesterday by Raman Singh
Can you hear me? by Raman Singh
Sunrise departures by Raman Singh
A million stars by Raman Singh
Darbar Sahib by Raman Singh
Peace in the dark by Raman Singh
Where the fighting ends by Raman Singh
So far away by Raman Singh
Shadow of the day by Raman Singh
The light inside by Raman Singh
Beneath the surface by Raman Singh
Holding on by Raman Singh
Sunset three by Raman Singh
Downstream by Raman Singh
The Path by Raman Singh
Lost in the words by Raman Singh
We'll go, together by Raman Singh
Nobody's home by Raman Singh
Home by Raman Singh
Crawling by Raman Singh
Red and White by Raman Singh
In to the red by Raman Singh
One more chair than you need by Raman Singh
Paths left alone by Raman Singh
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About Raman Singh
My name is Raman Singh and I am an expressive oil painter born in India and currently reside in Washington, D.C. I was first inspired to make art by my favorite TV show, Dragon Ball Z. In my 4th grade class, all the students would bring in their drawings to compete. By the end of the year, they all stopped drawing, I did not.
Iâ€™ve been painting for 9 years now. I graduated from VCUâ€™s School of Art, as well as attended The Florence Academy of Art. In my current work, I strive to convey quiet, introspective moments in portraiture of people I know, am related to, or have met along my travels. My travels also play a role in my cityscapes that revolve around India, Europe, and the U.S.A.
In all of my work, I aim to connect my viewers with the subject matter by portraying universally raw expressions of sadness, wonder, and joy. When you look at my portraits, you may feel that you are sharing a quiet moment with the individual in the painting; it can get you wondering what they are thinking about and how in some moment in time, you might have felt that same emotion. My portraits are handled with a brush patiently with layers, quite opposite of the palette knife that drives the cityscapes.
The cityscapes allow you to have a sensory experience of a place you may have never been but connect you to the piece by stimulating your senses. The thick textures, focus on movement, cool and warm colors, and atmospheric perspective all come together to create a feeling in the viewer. I feel that if my viewer feels something from my work, then I have succeeded.
Iâ€™ve had many exhibits in Richmond, VA, including one at â€œThe Nationalâ€