Ramona Galardi is an Indian born British artist and therapist now based in London. She is a Reiki master and teacher with over 20 years experience in the healing arts internationally including The Six Senses Resorts & Spas, The Mandarin Oriental Dhara Devi Resort as well as many private clients.
As an artist, she has been selected and exhibited at RA Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition 2017, The Bankside Gallery, The Art Gemini Prize, amongst others, in London and internationally. Her artwork has been featured on the covers of Asia Literary Review 2018, the cover of the Hoffman magazine with a double page article in January 2019.
Ramona created and ran a successful interior design business for over 15 years in Singapore with an international clientele and much press coverage. She was particularly known for ability to blend eastern and western arts and styles, contemporary with antique allowing each to stand out.
Prior to this, Ramona ran her own fashion business in London manufacturing, importing and distributing to major stores such as Selfridges and Harrods. She went on to work for The InterContinental hotel group, The Carlton in Cannes as Sales & Marketing Director, whilst living in Paris for 9 years.
She created the first of its kind lifestyle concept store in Goa, India called The Private Collection Goa, which she ran for 6 years, gaining an international following and press coverage worldwide including Vogue UK. It offered fashion, accessories, a garden cafe, art exhibitions, a healing space with classes and treatments. It was a haven of tranquility in an otherwise bustling resort.
Ramona has worked in the creative and service industries with a focus on the arts, colour, textures, wellbeing and overall harmony. Since her return to London recently she is focusing on her art and wellness, from the inside out. She calls her work - The Healing Arts and Art That Heals.
Framed artworks: Main: Openness / L’Ouverture; right: My devastated village
Image courtesy martinsean.co.uk for Dwelling exhibition at Fitzrovia Chapel 2018