Kajal Nalwa is a Delhi and Goa based artist. The subject of her work is nature and women and the interdependence between these two givers of life. The medium of her work is oil on canvas with palette knife and mixed media on paper.
Nalwa is an enduring artist who pays an inspiring tribute to womanhood and nature through her work. Her canvas holds various moods and styles of women formed with interaction bright colours, becoming a treat for the eyes. The theme is to highlight the concern for the environment and nature and to draw attention to women’s role in preserving our ecological heritage.
Nalwa pays tribute to nature and divinity by reasserting the need of a harmonious relationship between the human and his surrounding nature. Using the medium of oil on canvas solely using palette knife and mixed media on paper (charcoal & watercolour) Nalwa beautifully reflects the various shades of nature keeping the human existence as its backdrop. Her work is soothing, yet reflects the most significant facets of human life.
She held her first solo exhibition in New Delhi in 2002, inaugurated by Dr. Manmohan Singh, Honourable Prime Minister of India. Ever since she has held many solo exhibitions in India and one in London at the Nehru Centre. The Lord Paul of Marylebone inaugurated my exhibition in London. She was also a participating artist at art exhibition at the National Museum of Riyadh, a group exhibition in collaboration between the Indian High Commission and the Saudi Arabian government of women artists from both countries. The exhibition entitled “Reflections; Women in Art” was inaugurated by Her Highness Princess Adelah of Saudi Arabia.