Rajnita Jain, a self-taught artist, embarked on her creative journey by re- contextualizing natural and human elements to construct an artistic narrative, which is both personal and universal. Indian born and internationally recognized, her ardor for art stems from vibrant colors and appreciation for beauty in all forms.
Working from her home studio and art gallery in Southern California. Her contemporary painting lifestyle draws from experience in different areas of art to give balance and consistency. She pursued her education in limnology (study of oceans), which gave her a unique perspective for creation of dignified and decorous painting styles reflecting the magical elements of nature.
She challenges the notion of idealistic beauty and freedom by examining cultural and political histories through her art. The dynamic work portfolio has been expressed in various mediums such as oil, acrylics, water colors, colored pencils and graphite pencils. For me art is an important medium of communication and she uses it to tell a story for her audience.
Rajnita's work is glorified when she explores human emotions and creates art for fashion. She is passionate about women empowerment and raises awareness by depicting their plights and solutions through her art form. Her art works "cycle of life”, “unleash the veil", " secrets from the past" are range of forces and effects, which examines female freedom and leadership played out on the same field.
Her diverse palette can be seen through inter connectedness explored between humans and nature, as well. "Parallel universe ", where she compares the universe with a human fetus, explores human connections with the universe in a simple, yet profound way. Both are so complicated, yet so diversified to understand with due respect to their individual beauty, emotions and complexity. These relationships are reflected in depth across her various works.
Rajnita's art work has been displayed in private and corporate collections across India, Europe and the United States. In addition, she volunteers at Red Cross society, an internationally renowned humanitarian nongovernmental organization and Getty center, world famous museum featuring exclusive art and architecture. She is currently raising funds by selling her art work for the CRY foundation. This organization works on four basic rights of survival, development, protection and participation for children in India.