Been born and brought up in India, the traditional and religious aspects have been very close to my heart. As a result, my paintings are also being subjected to a touch of my Indian culture in the form of traditional folk dance, spirituality, and colours; through my paintings, I always want to connect my audience to the emotions.
People today, are being addicted to an artificial world which results in stress, anxiety, health problems and mental illness. Studies have shown that having a hobby is equivalent to a good prescription. I always suggest people to have a hobby, do something which involves your family members, eat together or just make plans with your family. For me, the biggest inspiration is my family. I feel good and motivated when I spend my time with my family members. There is always so much to learn about my culture through them.
The painting "Grey Life" depicts how we humans conclude or judge any circumstance as true or false or say white or black. But instead, we all lie in the grey areas. The girl in the painting isn't limited to one emotion. Her hands represent fear whereas her eyes appear determined.
The painting "The Sunken Beauty" depicts the pool of thoughts and fantasies we are drowning as the life goes on. Each one of us can relate to the water differently, as per the comfort of the thought of being underwater. One can feel free whereas the other might feel trapped.
The painting "Ocean of Emotions" depicts the subtle representation of the face of human lost into deep thinking. People reacted to it differently as one can see the boy in sorrow or empathy or bored. It is what the people could relate as per their inner thoughts and feelings.