Reema Bansal

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Reema Bansal
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Born 1986
Karnal, Haryana, India
Occupation Psychologist, Painter

Reema Bansal is an Indian painter. Bansal took up painting at the age of three when she was encouraged by her family and enthused by her teachers. She persisted with the brush despite her neuropathy - a disease which entails weakening of hands, arms, feet and legs. She has many awards and certificates to her credit obtained from various drawing and painting competitions.

Her most recent exhibition of paintings, Strokes-III, was inaugurated by Kiran Bedi, Director General of Bureau of Police Research and Development (BPRD) and first female police officer of India.

Strokes-I took place in Chandigarh (Dec 2002) and won her a number of awards. Another exhibition happened in Solan (March 2003).

Strokes-II, her second major exhibition in Yamuna Nagar, too, was greeted with accolades (December 2003).


  • Strokes I - Chandigarh December 2002
  • Strokes II - Yamuna Nagar 2004
  • Strokes III - Delhi August 2006
  • Strokes-IV in Panipat: Art exhibition by Indian artist[1]
  • Participated in Art exhibition by Family of disabled, Delhi, 2004.
  • Painting exhibition by Indian Council Of Cultural Relations, Delhi, 2004
  • Hues I (March 2003) - Organized by MDA (Muscular Dystrophy Association), India
  • Hues II (July 2006) – By MDA.


  1. ^ Strokes IV: Art Exhibition by Indian Artist (press release),, June 29, 2010

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