Painting is like literature, a concept, a thought, meant to be perceived beyond its visible form. Art, like life, is a journey and never a destination. It is a continuously evolving process. One has to flow and experiment with it to make it a joyous and adventurous experience. Painting is like a prayer and meditation and brings immense joy. Colours and forms are my words, and I use oil paints to weave stories on canvas. My inspiration comes from music and nature’s boundless beauty, with its vibrant spectrum of hues. Painting is a very effective medium to channelise your thoughts in an unequivocal direction and address the catechism within. It is a colossal source of positivism and brings immense relief. I love to capture human emotions through my muse, like harmony, solitude, peace, rumination, hope, fortitude, escapism, ecstasy, illusion, agony, and optimism. A unique aspect of a painting is that it has a different story for every eye.
I learned the nuances of oil painting at “Triveni Kala Sangam, Mandi House, New Delhi” under renowned artists Ms Shobha Broota and Mr Rameshwar Broota. My home doubles up as my studio, with a new story unfolding now and then.