“Trompe l’oiel of southwestern style is progressing well with linear applications determining the perspective that makes the eye follow to another level of the space.”
Art work is the constant thread that connects other aspects of life. My art is not so much to be interpreted but felt. It’s purpose is to lift the viewer. It serves that which is invisible and eternal. He produces art in many different media and of diverse subjects, to be sure. But one force seems to drive it all. Ram aims to interpret the soul of his subject matter—whether it is a portrait, a home or a Door County park. Rojas was originally trained to paint spiritual art of India. And he has painted and studied art all over the world. He was born in Venezuela, pursued art training at the National Art Academy in Caracas and continued to study and […]
Here is an excerpt from the 2017 Winter Program at the Clearing: The Winter Program offers 92 day-classes in January and February. In addition to offering an impressive selection of classes, the Winter Program represents something unique and wonderful about Door County, an amazing group of volunteer instructors who generously share their time, along with their considerable talent, for the benefit of the community. So bring on the snow and the cold. Now over 650 strong, you won’t meet a more friendly or hardier group of people than Clearing students in Winter!
“If You Paint It, They Will Come” is the headline of a recent article in the April/May 2017 OurWisconsin magazine. It ‘s an article about the Wittenberg and the murals that are painted there. I have included a picture of the article here.
Cats, they have this Zen thing going. The media utilized depends on the character of these subjects Save
My paintings from the Hindu period are published and shared on the Web. A publication called Avatar Art was just released. Compiled in Sweden and been published all over. This painting of Lord Caytania dancing with forest animals is at the Villa Machiavelli (now named Villa Vrindaban) in Florence, Italy were I painted in early 1980s.
Charcoal portraiture offers a way to keep memories fresh. It gives me the privilege to highlight people and their story.
Here are two Ram Rojas Sketches. Ask for one for Christmas! The sketch of mother and daughter was done more than fifteen years ago. On a recent visit to Door County ( from California) this family located me for another portrait, this one of mother and son who was born since the first drawing
Long time coming and many hours were put into this new mural. You can find pictures of the mural on the left in the menu. It is under “Minnesota Mural”.