TESTIMONIALS

Some Words from Our Customers

“I would like to thank my friend Anu Bhat from the bottom of my heart for bringing this peaceful creation of an artist to my house. This is not just a painting for me it is a divine art that creates and convey peaceful feeling every time I look at it. The colors and other important effects maintained balance and harmony through out the painting . In todays world it is a wonderful thing if a painting could truly and actually "HEAL" someone the moment they looked at the painting . When I see the monk with joining hands this is the thought that comes in my mind: "Inner peace can be reached only when we practice forgiveness. Forgiveness is letting go of the past, and is therefore the means for correcting our misperceptions." THIS PAINTING MAKES ME FEEL AT PEACE!!”

Bhavna K. Client
Daniel Weiss
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"I love the color and symmetry. It brightens up my home, and is a great compliment to the mandala painting which I purchased a few months ago."
Marie K. Young
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"The mandala sits in our family room and my husband and I see it everyday. We love it. Thanks for bringing your art to Basking Ridge."
Harjot & Divya Attri
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"The vibrant energy of the galloping horses grabbed our attention and we are enjoying the painting hanging in our entertainment room."
Hita Revanur
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"❤ Everyday when I wake up & come down - this sight never fails to make me happy 💕"
Victoria M.
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"Connected through spirit and prayer, the monks meditate peacefully..."
Shazia Buskens
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“‘Grazing’ from Bali, Indonesia found a happy home. Love my Asian inspired foyer.”

"I love my mandala and look at it every morning while I drink my tea. It makes me happy and life is good." - Lisa Hulbert

May 2024

"This Mandala sits in my office, and brings positive energies into my space everyday. We also have a larger Mandala in our entry foyer to bring those good energies into our home." – Jaya Subramaniam.

May 2024

"These paintings have meaning in our second home in New Hampshire, which is a retreat for my husband and I. I had this pair commissioned from Sri Lanka by The Rural Painter. They hold a special significance for us." – Kalpana Patel

May 2024

Our largest installation of a custom-ordered Kalachakra Mandala from Nepal. Bringing positive energies into this home's entry foyer.

The Buddha painting from Bali is a perfect addition to this black and white bedroom.

The exhibition at Washington's GCDC is a wrap. Artist Gloria Miotto purchased 2 lovely pieces of art as she also paints on textured backgrounds and could identify with the artists from Bali in these 2 pieces.

February 2019
Jennifer S. Kelley
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"When I see this painting, I simultaneously think of the monks in Vietnam who have since passed on, due to recent wars and the artist who currently lives in the same country. Through his touching works of art, he brings beauty to history."
Tina
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“The Dancer's Sister in her new home. Thank you. The minute I saw The Dancer's Sister, there was an instant connection. I knew exactly where I would place her in my home. She brings me joy everyday when I look at her on my wall.”
Richa B. Datta
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“Art is essential to life some say. And some say that Arti is appreciated primarily for their beauty or emotional power. I found a piece that speaks to me at a primal level. Thank you #TheRuralPainter for sourcing this beautiful abstract from Bali just for me ♥”
Jaya Subramanian
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"Loving my paintings !! Thank you Anu! Your unobtrusive guidance in helping us arrive at the right choice was truly invaluable. Great way to start the new year ! Love the manner in which you represent your artists and their varied styles by sharing the underlying inspirations. Thanks again for everything you do to help art transcend borders!!!"
Susan Roy
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“The colorful and vibrant paintings from The Rural Painter bring life into my law office conference room. My clients, many of whom are immigrants really relate to the concept and art from Vietnam.”
Bhavna K.
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"Inner peace can be reached only when we practice forgiveness. Forgiveness is letting go of the past, and is therefore the means for correcting our misperceptions. This painting makes me feel at peace!!"

My husband and I instantly liked ‘Blaze’ and knew it was the right painting for our space. It fits perfectly and we love it! – Sangeeta Bhattacharya

May 2024

These 2 masterpieces compliment a tastefully decorated private home in Princeton.

March 2019

Some of our favorite paintings at Small World Coffee....have found new homes.

Mounted or on a stand? We continue to enhance our customers' homes.

Triptych from Bali adorns a clients wall. She draws inspiration from the art and sees her past, present and future in each figure.

Going....Going...Gone!

View some of our most recently sold pieces.
The Rural Painter
About the Artist

Lok Chitrakar

Lok Chitrakar (photos attached) is a Master artist in Kathmandu who runs a traditional art training school. He practices the unique heritage of Pauba art which dates back to the 12th century and requires multiple years of study to visually interpret Buddhist and Hindu philosophies. It is an experience to watch him, mixing mineral colors from Himalayan stones ground by hand. His paintings sell out before completion and he has exhibited across the world.

About the Artist

Gopi

Gopi  is a Nepalese artist who paints mountain ranges.  Influenced by the scenery in this region, he recreates vistas from the border between Nepal and Tibet.

About the Artist

Paul Augus

Paul Augus from Bali is a younger artist who explores creativity through multimedia projects.  He loves to use metallic colors which express his imagination effectively.  He says his art states an inner truth that can’t be explained in words.  A graduate from ISI Denpasar, he continues to express himself through the medium of art.

About the Artist

Kasem Khaolar

Artist Kasem Khaolar (photo attached) from Chiang Mai, Thailand is influenced by the beauty of nature around him. He is the recipient of numerous awards in both Thailand and the US.  In 2009 he was awarded at the Agora Gallery in NYC as part of the Chelsea International Fine Art Competition.  His collections have traveled through Hong Kong, Singapore, India, Russia, USA, Germany, Holland, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.

He was born in Phayo, Thailand in 1971 and has a degree in Fine Art from the Rajamangkala Institute of Technology in Chiang Mai.  He continues to pursue his passion creating images of beauty.

About the Artist

Liladhar

Liladhar from Nepal specializes in mountain ranges and amazingly realistic sceneries.  He enjoys painting the Himalayan mountain range. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts as well as diplomas from the Nepal Art Gallery.  At the age of 36, he has several group exhibitions to his credit and works closely with various art groups in Nepal.  He has painted an entire series on the Hialayan mountains for The Rural Painter

About the Artist

Pradeep Shrestha

Pradeep Shrestha lives in Kathmandu with his family.  He has a Master’s degree in Fine Art and has been painting for close to 30 years. He paints local family life in the region, experimenting with acrylic paints using brushes, his fingers and mixed media. His signature style of painting has earned him a name in art circles and he has exhibited throughout Nepal during his career.

About the Artist

Jarun Pan-outa

Jarun Pan-outa from Chiang Mai, Thailand is a renowned artist in this region.  He has a degree in Fine Arts and has been painting for 25 years.  He is part of an artists commune that paints together. His specialty is blending soothing acrylic colors to highlight the beauty of this mountainous region.  He hopes to deliver messages to the world through his art.

About the Artist

Tony Samsudin

Tony Samsudin from Indonesia was born in 1950.  A self-taught artist, he enjoyed painting most of his life and passed away in 2017.  He was known to paint his local culture and everyday life, creating an almost cinematic effect in his artworks.

About the Artist

Nyoman Danta

Nyoman Danta is from Indonesia is a graduate of the University of Denpasar.  In 2003 he was awarded for his outstanding work and contribution to the school.  He is known to convey messages and moods through his bold brush strokes.

About the Artist

Cholis

Cholis is a self-taught artist in Solo, Indonesia.  His creation of large Buddhist images on a textured background define his style.  He uses sand or paper to create composition on  basic canvas. Once dry, he paints over the grainy surface with oil colors, giving the painting depth and form.  Cholis is originally from Japan and married a Balinese lady, settling in Indonesia. At 49 years of age, he continues to experiment with various mediums in his work.

About the Artist

Kaew

Kaew (Saengkaew Bongkotmat) is one of the few female artists in Chiang Mai. She hopes to convey the different lifestyles of the Thai people through her paintings, and travels through Thailand to gain different perspectives. All of her paintings draw inspiration from the experiences she captures on camera, then translates onto canvas. Kaew was born in Krabi in 1975 and has been painting for 20 years. She graduated with a BA in education technology and studied art as a minor. The masterpiece, Pilgrimage is a scene from a town near Bangkok, where the monks travel to a temple.Kaew uses a minimal palette with thick brush strokes to highlight line and form using monochromatic and tonal values. The hint of color turns this into a mesmerizing work of art.

About the Artist

Sanguan Noingen

Artist Sanguan Noingoen takes us on a Buddhist journey by monks in search of the Truth. He works with oils for their rich, vivid colors, creating a mood in each of his pieces. The monochromatic tones give the painting depth and a new dimension. Sanguan has exhibited throughout Thailand as well as in the US, UK, France, Japan and Singapore.

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About the Artist

Ketut Budiawan

An Indonesian artist who is constantly pushing his own creative limits.  He has been painting for The Rural Painter for 5+ years. A graduate of the Senior School of Art in Denpasar, Bali, he built a small community of artists called SaptaKanti (7 friends) who paint together. He has been working on a cultural exchange program between Indonesia and Taiwan.  He lives with his wife and 2 children in Bali.