Ram’s ability to manage a variety of media and subject matter, ranging from beautiful, classical oils to impeccably rendered watercolors, to delicate drawings and airbrush portraits have become his trademark.

Ram was exposed to the art culture early in childhood. Because of his natural talent, at the age of 14 he was selected from his art training at the National Art Academy in Caracas to travel to the United States along with young artists from Europe, China and Australia to study at the Academy of Vedic Art in Los Angeles. After extensive study, he was invited to participate in projects and shows in Los Angeles, New York and West Virginia, where there is a permanent display of his work.

An international publishing company took notice of this very disciplined young artist. His masterful pieces became a regular part of their books and magazines covering a wide variety of interests.

Soon after, Ram traveled to Europe studying Old Master’s works, living and working mostly in Florence, Italy.

While in Europe, Ram’s work was printed in multi-language publications around the world; illustrating history, religion, art, mythology, philosophy and science books. His publishers sent him on an educational tour of India where he studied ancient cultures, methods and theory of oriental art.

After returning to America, Ram studied at the Barnstone Studios in Philadelphia where he consolidated his intricate, wide experience with universal basic principles of design, anatomy, composition and color theory.

He then moved to California where he focused on naturalistic pieces and portraiture.

Ram currently resides in Door County, Wisconsin where his artistry captures the unique beauty of the peninsula. He is fascinated with the beauty of everyday existence there. Things we may take for granted, hold a special quality of life and remain in the wisdom of tradition in Ram’s eyes.

Ram’s integrity and dedication, combined with his unique cross-cultural exposure and inborn talent, make him an exciting contemporary artist, a valuable contribution to universal artistic expression and a Door County treasure.


Comments (8)

  1. Kay Knuth

    Hi Ram,

    We have so enjoyed viewing your mural in Baileys Harbor. What a wonderful gift!
    I have been looking for a print that you did for the cover of the Door County magazine in 2009. It is looking down Bluff Rd. at the Yum Yum Tree.
    Do you have anything available?

    Thank you


  2. Mihail Volovik

    Dear Ram,

    My name is Mihail Volovik. I am a gallery representative, working with Agora Gallery, which is located in Chelsea, the art district of New York City.

    May I send you some information about the gallery and promotional services which may be of interest to you?

    I look forward to hearing from you.

    Best regards,

    Mihail Volovik
    Gallery Representative | Agora Gallery
    Email: Mihail@Agora-Gallery.com
    Website: http://www.Agora-Gallery.com|www.Art-mine.com

    Facebook: AgoraGalleryNY
    Twitter: @Agora_Gallery
    Instagram: agoragallery

  3. Trish Cabreana

    Dear Mr Rojas,

    I recently purchased 2 pieces of your art and I am unable to tell if they are original watercolors or prints without taking them out of the sealed frames. According to the writing on the matting, one piece is called “The Fudge Shop” and the other is “Al Johnsons”. Both of these are hand written on lower left hand corner of the mat. On the lower right hand corner it says “Door County”. On the back of the frame there is a piece of paper that give information about your background. I am not seeing any numbering like I typically see with prints.

    Please let me know if you need any additional information that may be of help.

    Thank you for your time,

    Trish Cabreana

    • admin

      seeing any numbering like I typically see with prints.Please let me know if you need any
      additional information that may be of help.Thank you for your time.

  4. lynn Tomjanovich

    Hi Ram, I have been trying to email you but it gets kicked back to me. I am still running a Somatic class at Door County Yoga studio on 4th ave. The time is the same, 4:30-5:30 on Wednesdays. I have a nice group that come regularly. Theresa is still traveling most often. Join us whenever it works for you. Lynn
    Let me know if ramamroj@gmail is still correct?