The experimental self in an artist is iconoclast that breaks the barriers such as forms surpass their identifying limits and create the abstraction. This abstraction is substantial and moved by the urge of lucid expression- the expression of experienced. During my study of Art (BFA & MFA) at Banaras I came intimately close to the great musicians and artists where couplets and songs of Kabira, the Tantrik and devotional fragrance of many-many hermits (Sadhkas) were blessed in the air. This reflects itself in my colour scheme of browns, yellows and reds.
The positivism is akin to negativism as love is akin to hate. So I have painted some of my canvases half in black and half in colourful renderings.
The coarseness of natural forms enacts itself as texture in my works. They are not refined and finished so they portray life. The bold brush strokes that can be seen separately bear a special trait often these look like texture. Tonal gradation creates a poetic effect and among many straight lines a curved dancing line creates music.
I prefer joyfully to paint the bliss, celebration, hope, vigour and festivity of life thats why I use bright colours. I paint irrepressible motion that never stops (turns) back because time never turns. I want to paint life, vitality and fullness (material and spiritual) I don't think art as a medium to express disorderly depression.
I am fully in communion with the great soul J. Krishnamurti as he says -"Art is to put every thing in its right place". I paint and want to paint that right placing of life – life the eternal.