Sheena Bajaria was born in Vadodara, India. She completed her BFA from Lasalle College of the Arts in Singapore, 2017.
She works in acrylic paints, spray, soft pastel and uses sticks, sponges, and rocks to create impressions. Her works are a collage of impasto doodles, dots, scribbles, scratches and occasional biomorphic forms that float on an atmospheric background. The mark making system allows her to explore the subject of visibility; appearance and recognition. Painting to her is a way of extracting the essential features of what we experience, where the invisible becomes visible. The marks in her painting provide her with clues on how embodied subjects inhabit space. The establishment and recognition of one form from another leads to inquiry beyond the physical reality. She aspires to make a connection between the significance of making a painting and the aesthetic form.