(Last Updated on : 28/05/2013)
"I have tried to capture the intensity of nature in 'Nature at Play', which is one extreme, while my painting 'Grandpa!' speaks of the innocence of a child. The colours I have used are bold and the brush, I feel, doesn't limit me; it in fact lets me express myself freely. It made me believe in the power of art more than ever before"----as said by Reema Bansal. Reema Bansal is an Indian born painter. Reema Bansal took up painting at the tender age of three. Immense support from her parents and teachers made her to rise to fame.
Reema Bansal is a child of destiny. She carried on bravely with her brush and colours despite the fact that she suffers from neuropathy. Neuropathy is a disease which implies weakening of hands, arms, feet and legs. She has accomplished many awards and certificates to her credit from various drawing and painting competitions. Her first exhibition Strokes-I was held in Chandigarh in 2002. Her second major exhibition, Strokes-II took place in Yamuna Nagar in 2003. In the same year another exhibition also was held. Recently she took part in a solo exhibition, namely Strokes-III. The exhibition was inaugurated by Kiran Bedi, first lady police officer of India as well as the Director General of Bureau of Police Research and Development (BPRD).
Apart from these exhibitions, Reema Bansal has also participated in several exhibitions like- Art exhibition by Family of disabled, held in Delhi, 2004; Painting exhibition by Indian Council Of Cultural Relations, held in Delhi, 2004; Hues I (March 2003) - Organised by MDA (Muscular Dystrophy Association), India; Hues II (July 2006) - by MDA.