Anjana is a Sydney based palette knife artist. Being a nature lover, Anjana Rai’s art pays appreciation to the organic world of florals and landscapes. Exploring these subjects in tones and textures, her work illuminates the diversity, integrity and complexity of the natural environment. While majority of her pieces begin as remembered scenes, sights and landscapes, her imagination eagerly offers its own insertion, resulting in highly personalized, deeply sincere dipitions of nature. Employing the impasto technique, allows Anjana Rai to create dimensional, tactile works. This approach ensures an element of free form and steers away from rigid fixation on fine details. With the utilization of a palette knife to execute the style, and minimal to no brushwork applied, pieces venture into abstract terrain and become intrincately messy by consequence. Brilliantly vibrant colour are equally married together and interspersed at intervals on the canvas, adding depth and scope, whilst showcasing nature’s unyielding expansiveness. With the incorporation of layered textures, Anjana Rai’s landscapes take on an expanded degree of dimension and form, as the tactile condition of the environment is collectively highlighted and celebrated. As a result, her work offers audiences a greater level of sensory appeal which, in turn, allows viewers to connect on a more deeply spiritual level, or be triggered or kindled by visual memory. Anjana’s art can be found in private collections in Australia, France and india. I am a Sydney Based Palette knife artist and have been active since 2018. I paint in thick impasto style botanical and landscapes. I am a nature lover, and all my work are inspired by Mother nature. I try to depict the beauty of the nature from my own perspective. I work in the impressionist, free flow style using impasto technique to bring thick textures to my work providing a sensory appeal to it. I visualize my artwork in three-dimensional space and use that view to include the textural curves and angles to my work using thick layers of paint with the palette knife. The use of paint brush is minimal in my work as I prefer palette knife over the hassle that comes with a paintbrush which limits the messy approach that I like in my work. I love colours and predominant use of colours are apparent all over my work.