Dr Ramya Mohan has had a creative inclination from a very young age. This was honed by formal art training courses at the prestigious Chitra Kala Parishat, Bengaluru.


Ramya's art has pioneered a 'Management made simple' project, using cartoons to convey important management concepts for a leading Quality Management firm. Her contribution to art whilst being a doctor has been highlighted in the medical fraternity (eg., in Doctors’ Reps, a magazine for doctors).


Ramya draws on her Eastern roots and her working life in the West, combining elements of tradition and spirituality with modernism and functionality. Everyday life , situations and people inspire her paintings.




Ramya received her first state-level award for painting from S Roerich, the acclaimed Russian artist, at the age of five and went on to receive state and national level awards & multiple merits in India during her school and college years for art.


A Marble Art Mural Ramya created for NCC Karnataka-Goa was placed first nationally at the Republic Day celebrations, New Delhi, 1993 and won the Prime Minister's medal.


Her traditional Indian art collection has received a special commendation at the Liverpool Centre of Arts for young artists.




Ramya has held many solo exhibitions of her artwork across India and the UK. Her exhibitions at the MP Birla Millenium Art Gallery in West London (July 2015 and December 2014) were very well received.


Ramya was invited by the Mental Wealth Festival for a projective digital display of her Artwork titled 'Fluid Streams' in the prestigious Mental Wealth Festival 2016, London, the largest festival celebrating mental health.


Ramya was hosted by the Cultural wing of the Indian High Commission, Ministry of External affairs, UK to exhibit her original artwork collection at their historic flagship venue in Mayfair, London in May 2016 (16-20 May) and May 2017 (8-12 May) during mental health awareness week.