Rashmi Talpade is an Asian Indian American artist who has lived in Wallingford, Connecticut for the past 30 years. She holds a degree in Fine Art and is an artist, photographer as well as an art educator, and curator. Her artwork is focused on photo collages and large-format ink drawings which she has exhibited nationwide and in Asia. For her collages, she uses her own collection of photographs from her travels in Asia, Europe, and the United States.
Her work is constantly evolving with experimentation, self-discovery, and growth which form the core of her art practice. Rashmi is a recipient of numerous grants and fellowships and has created large-format public art projects for schools as well as libraries across Connecticut. Her work is part of permanent collections at the New Britain Museum of American Art as well as the Roopankar Museum of Modern Art in India as well a number of public and private collections.