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Indian Artist Sanjay Rajwar

Let me do it First

Let me do it First

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Size: 64.8 x 60 x 49.2 in | 164.592 x 152.4 x 124.9 cm
Year: 2007, Medium: Oil on fiber glass

About Artist
Sanjay Kumar Rajwar was born in 1973 in Tata Nagar Jamshedpur, Jharkhand, India. He graduated in Sculpture from M.S. University of Baroda in 1997 and later received his Master's degree in Creative Sculpture from the same university. Over the years, he has participated in numerous group and solo shows, camps, and workshops held across the country. In addition, he has also undertaken several research projects in the field of sculpture. His talent has been recognized by the National Scholarship Lalit Kala Academy, New Delhi.

Artist Statement
As an artist, I am drawn towards experimental work, especially in the field of sculpture. I find that by taking risks and trying out new techniques, I am able to create pieces that are truly innovative and unique. My creative process is driven by a desire to constantly evolve, and I am always looking for new ways to push the boundaries of my art. When I work on a sculpture, I devote a great deal of attention and care to each detail. I believe that every element of a piece is important, and that each one can contribute to the overall impact and meaning of the work. I am always seeking to create something that is not just beautiful to look at, but also has depth and significance.
My interest in experimental sculpture is not limited to any particular topic or style. Rather, I am always exploring different themes and techniques, and adapting my approach to suit the needs of each new project. This approach has led to a body of work that is diverse, eclectic, and full of surprises. Overall, my goal as an artist is to create work that is both visually stunning and emotionally resonant. Whether I am working on a large-scale installation or a small sculpture, I strive to infuse each piece with a sense of wonder, beauty, and meaning.

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