I am an artist with interest in contemporary modern art with a fusion of traditional Indian art forms as well. I usually work with Acrylic on canvas but I also dabble with other mediums like watercolors, colour pencils, charcoal and mixed media as well. Even though my rendezvous with colours dates back to a few sporadic works back in school, my serious pursuit began with learning traditional warli art in 2006 in acrylic, which included experimenting the medium on various surfaces. The turning point in my artistic life was after a short course in Kerala Mural art in 2014. Kerala Mural,is very close to my heart, as it is an artform traditionally done on temple walls by learned artists from the state of Kerala, from where I belong to. As I started exploring the artforms from different states in India, it was wonderful to experience the rich cultural heritage of India. I have tried to explore my way into modern art and abstraction and of late my style of works have been a fusion of contemporary indian and abstraction. Art for me is a passion and therapeutic. It is what I feel looking at a pallette of colors and to be able to bring that feeling out onto my style of works on the canvas. I get the same joy when I work with a pallette of colors that a child gets with a new toy. It makes me curious to know how different materials work, how different colors react with each other to bring out the most beautiful outcomes. When I begin work, I do not know what the outcome will be. But it is not the end result but the joy and peace that comes as I play along with colours, together with the thrill and anticipation of the unknown which is the driving force for me.