I cherish my roots to Chhattisgarh – where semi-arid jungles, native tribes, rural rustic Villages, industrial suburbs and small towns create a landscape full of colors, culture and life. I have spent most of my childhood in close proximity to wildernesses where I had a rare opportunity to experience the nature at its best. My childhood vacations were spent with my grandparents in their villages where the life is immersed in the colors of the rural culture, traditions and mythological symbolisms. This vivid canvas of life kindled my curiosity and drew me into exploration of various art and craft to capture it. I started experimenting with various abstractions while enjoying ethnic and folk painting inspired by the nature and culture of Chhattisgarh. Painting the abstract & semi abstract depiction of themes, colors and textures fascinate me the most. I am actively exploring the interplay of nature and influence of human settlement because this is the most critical issue that I’m confronted with all around me. My Medium and Style: I prefer working with acrylic on stretched canvass and Paper as the primary medium. I also experiment with mixed medium and water colors. Life is a flow. It flows thru time. It flows thru places and spaces. It flows thru emotions and experiences. Most important of all – it flows thru many other lives. Life has ups and downs which are inevitable. It has a natural flow of its own which is asymmetrical and indefinable to conform with. We cannot control everything that comes through our life but we can rejoice different moments if we go by the flow. My work reflects on this complex and vivid human experience utilizing abstract forms accentuated with figurative motifs.