Based in: Yogyakarta
Ramadhyan is an Indonesian plein air artist. Painting outdoors, shecaptures the fluidity of nature with its myriad colors and compositions, focussing more on tone than on shapes. Since the tone is captured by direct visual contact, the colours are vivid and exemplifies the beauty of nature. Bitten by the plein air bug, she loves to paint while on trekking and hiking trips. Her works exude positive vibes, that reflects her hope for a harmonious relationship between nature and humans.
Ramadhyan also takes inspiration from Cy Twombly and Van Gogh. She likes Cy Twombly for the depth and calmness of his works, while Van Gogh for his honest expressive works.
As a nature lover, Ramadhyan likes trekking, hiking and mountaineering.
2020 "Ataraxia", MayinArt Show, Jogja Gallery, Yogyakarta
2021 "Discover the Undiscover", MayinArt Show,American Club Singapore
• “Nol” exhibition with “kami”, Sangkring Art Project
• Art exhibition atPlaza Indonesia, JakartawithTalenta Art Organizer
• Young painter exhibition #4, Post a Picture! (PAP!), Bale Banjar Sangkring, Yogyakarta
• “TandaMata”, Bentara Budaya Yogyakarta
• Art exhibition at AWOR Gallery Yogyakarta
• Short Stories ApTiC, Bentara Budaya Yogyakarta
• “The Nature Rhyme and Motion”, Fine Art Faculty, Indonesia Institute of Arts, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
• “Sasenitala Anniversary Exhibition”, Gallery RJ Katamsi, , Indonesia Institute of Arts, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
• “See What I’ve Seen”, Plein Air Painting Exhibition, DutaWisata Hotel, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
• “Aksi Artsy/ Artsy Action”, Gallery RJ Katamsi, Indonesia Institute of Arts, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
• “Sketch Exhibition”, Museum Perjuangan, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
• “Save Orang Utan”, Radio Buku, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
• “Dunia yang Dilipat/ The Folded World”, KucingHitam Community, Taman Budaya, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
• ”Politics”, GedungSeniMurni, Fine Art Faculty, Indonesia Institute of Arts, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
• “Kopaja”, Jogja National Museum, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
• “Kaligrafi Exhibition”, GaleriCipta II, Taman Ismail Marzuki, Jakarta, Indonesia
• “Fetus”, GaleriSeniRupa, Fine Arts Faculty, Jakarta Arts Institute, Jakarta, Indonesia
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