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Rajul moved to Japan in 2012 after retiring from her first career in healthcare. She trained extensively across various mediums at the Tokyo Temple Tyler School of Art and Studio workshops with local Masters. She now lives in Singapore with studios in the US and Singapore.
Rajul’s juried exhibitions include national and international shows at the XIII Florence Biennale, the International Society of Experimental Artists, the Ueno No Mori Art Museum, the National Art Gallery and the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum in Japan.
Her work has been recognized with various awards, including Awards of Artistic Excellence with Circle Foundation for the Arts; and a specisl mention by Kusukabe Paints during the 49th Annual Genyouten Exhibition at the Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Art. Her artwork also placed 5th in Abstract Expressionism with the 2020 American Art Awards
Most of her work is inspired by the Japanese Art of Kintsugi; where a broken pottery vessel is repaired using tree sap and gold splicing. Once repaired, the vessel has a renewed purpose and is considered a work of Art.
Rajul strongly believes in the connection between emotional and physical well-being. “We can heal from illness/ trauma; and evolve with renewed strength and beauty.”