As an artist I work to create soulful figurative paintings that speak both to me (behaving as my own reflections) & to its onlooker (as the way they see my paintings).
My work tends to focus on the woman, her evolution and her surroundings. Using mixmedia is the part of showing the different thoughts I am surrounded by. An onlooker can see more of symbolism in my paintings such as a paper or a pin with which I tried to show the materialistic attachments. My painting speak about the beauty that exists within a human in its countless ways. Myhand flows itself directed by the brain having numerous thoughts about myself in person. I might draw the lines as they are the paths I’veever been through.
My subjectmatter is either aboutfemale’s daily living or it is making a subtle comment on usual human nature.
My influences are first and foremost everything I see, feel and experience, I love architecture and the people who are(/were)anyway related to it. In architectures, Indian mughlai fascinates and inspires me most. Part of my process before I begin paintings is to read & see as much as I can about the specific set of situations a woman goes through,and which wish to recreate on canvas and paper. I don't merely want to capture the image with my brush but to enlighten the fact of the matter a little with colored stroke.
In the end I’ll say that the process which I undertake to paint, none of it is intentional-it all developed and evolved in last eight years. I strongly believe that a work of art can speak for itself and whatever it says to the viewer-it's the right message because there isn't a wrong and a right
Each person takes something a little different from the same picture and I'm happy with that.
2012 Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh
Diploma in Applied Art 2009 Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh