Hometown: New Delhi
Based in: New Delhi, India
I picked up the brush at the age of 3, with a box of paints and painted the walls with the colors of my imagination. I found and developed my style after I started painting professionally 2 years ago. The journey which started with commissioned artworks for friends and family culminated with my ultimate choosing of Abstract Styled painting.
I initially planned to be an interior architect, bringing together my love for interior decoration and creating living spaces and graduated from Pearl University with a BA Honours in Arts. I explored the home décor and interior industry for 2 years until I decided to pursue my dream of becoming an artist.
“When I travel, I bring back with me one memory which I have to paint. The colors, the smells, the weather, the emotions that I feel at that time become the centre of my canvas”
I draw inspiration from travelling all around the world, and bringing back memories which then I translate onto my canvas. “My canvas is my world, and the colours I paint on it are the colours of my life”. My painting technique is delicate, using soft strokes but the bold colour combinations give my paintings a fierce look. Being inspired by Jackson Pollocks dripping technique and Hans Hoffman’s strong colour theories, my paintings are action paintings. My canvas mimics my body gesture and creates a world of its own.
“I don’t know what I was born to be, but I definitely know what I will die as; an Artist.”
“ The world I see is the world I paint”. “When I travel, I bring back with me one memory which I have to paint. The colors, the smells, the weather, the emotions that I feel at that time become the centre of my canvas”
When I am travelling, I get inspired by natural colour palette around me. I try to imagine it with a painting technique which would best compliment it. Therefore I take it to my canvas and let the canvas help me understand what works best further.
Radiating, Free flowing and Energetic
Ram Kumar, Hans Hoffman, Kadinsky
Keep painting and never stop, just enjoy the process.
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