My work is a visual exploration of urban motifs, spirituality, identity, society, and life in the fast lane. The amalgamation and exploration of psychology and sociology lie at the core of my artistic practice.
Coming from a diverse society and culture like India, I’ve grown up surrounded by colour and spiritualism, but also the social norms of patriarchy, religion, traditions and exposure to various caste and class systems. My artworks are an exploration and an attempt to display and discover the core of what a human being feels through all stages of life.
In my creations, I often work towards bridging differences created by society and cultures by focusing on positivity, mental health, awareness and nonconformity. I express my roots and cultural and global humanitarian issues through my abstractions using myriad art techniques and materials.
Over centuries, the greed for power and dominance have led to pain and destruction, affecting the psychological and sociological structures of societies. I am constantly in the process of juxtaposing art and psychology, uplifted with colours and sensorial experiences, by experimenting, sharing and embracing life with sheer curiosity.
I am a visual artist of Indian origin based in India. After completing my Bachelor’s in sociology, industrial relations and personnel management with a minor in psychology from the University of Delhi, I also just completed my post-graduate diploma in visual arts from University of the Fraser Valley, British Columbia.
Along with my education, I am the community manager and art writer for eShe magazine, which is based in India and Canada and carries real-life inspirational stories of women around the world.
I’m available for commissions and art collaborations anywhere in the world. Let’s brighten lives together!
What I do
Poetry / Singing
Collage / Mixed media
Sculptures and installation
Digital and conceptual art
Public art / Murals