SUHAS BHUJBAL was born in a small village in India called Narayangoun in Maharashtra state. He creates architectural paintings combining strong geometric elements and bold colors. He cleverly suggests three-dimensionality in his work, de-constructing and then re-imagining the scenes he paints as junctures of broad planes in a variety of hues. Bhujbal achieves the look of three-dimensionality not through traditional means of perspective and naturalistic detail, but by re-creating the look and feel of collage. Each broad plane of color mimics the variety and stark juxtapositions of form and color that mark mixed media work.
Bhujbal is a faculty member in the Graduate Fine Arts Department at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco. He has shown in many group and solo exhibitions around the world. His work has been included in shows at Triton Museum in Santa Clara, CA; Palm Springs Museum in Palm Springs, CA; and the Art Museum of Los Gatos in Los Gatos, CA. Bhujbal’s works are in many private and corporate collections including VISA International.