“I am a self-taught Indian-born artist. My art practice reflects a professional past focused on issues of equity, equality, and human rights in several developing countries. These multicultural experiences have informed my art thematically and aesthetically. Through my oil paintings, I explore notions of power and vulnerability. I am interested in elucidating human qualities as they coexist with strength and fragility in defiance of social order or stereotypes. My collages are about connection and draw upon aesthetic influences of my Indian heritage. Vernacular culture of lived beauty, such as the patterned repetition of woven baskets, decorated pottery, or the concentric symmetry of rice paddies, have been elemental to my practice, as have the vibrancy of tropical light, flora, and fauna, fabrics, and prints.”
2023 Women Life Freedom, Group Show juried by Shelli Cassidy, Janet Rady Khadjavi and Simone Rojas-Pick.
Sahar K Boluki Fine Art Gallery in Yorkville, Toronto.
2015 Merge Arts, Group Show curated by Faith Verrill Tribeca New York, New York.
2014 Representation, Jerry Greenberg, Frame it in Brooklyn, 737 3rd Avenue, Brooklyn, New York.
Notable Private Collections:
Beyer, Marion and Marc, Branchburg, New Jersey
Lim, Clare, Brooklyn. New York, and Sydney, Australia
Rosen, Stephanie and Michael, Miami, FL