The art can not be described in a single frame as it has no genre, religion or language. It makes you feel the beauty of freedom. It is a free expression of the human mind, senses, ideas and feelings.


Bijay Biswaal is a self-taught artist, born at Pallahara in the Angul district of the Indian state of Odisha, and worked as a Chief Ticket Inspector at Indian Railways at Nagpur, India. He took the early retirement from his job to continue his passion for paintings.

He uses the different types of mediums to express his feelings Watercolour, Oil Pastel, Acrylic, Pencil & Ball Pen sketches and Caricature. Most of his artworks are fascinated by the beauty of Indian culture, dance and mythological stories.


Observing the costumes, gestures, posture and scenes in everyday life tells him an interesting story which he then captures in his watercolour sketches and drawings. Bijay (artist) finds watercolour to be the most dynamic medium as it gives a lot of flexibility with the way one applies and uses it.


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Immersive Rhythm, Acrylic Painting
Vighneswara, Acrylic on Canvas
Acrylic painting
Wet platform MELATTUR , Kerala, Acrylic on canvas
Finding Nagpur on the Ghats of Varanasi, Acrylic on canvas
माँ लक्ष्मी Laxmi, ballpoint pen on paper
ऐरावत , The Majestic Elephant, Ballpoint Pen on Paper
Tribute to Telangana, Acrylic on Canvas
Wet Platform Bilaspur, acrylic on canvas
Bombay Village, Watercolor on arches
ODISSI..GOD’s own dance form, ball point pen on paper
Dance of Chilika, Ballpoint pen on paper
Selfie-expression, ballpen on paper
Odisha village, watercolour on paper