A multimedia artist, I have come a long way since earning my fine arts and economics degrees. Over the last 20 years, I have grown from being “just” a watercolor artist to one who tackles canvas, clay, and silk with equal ease.
In 1996, I began my pottery career by hand building mugs. That interest evolved into a hand- building technique that combines nature’s gifts (including flowers and herbs) with proprietary clay. My newest medium is silk. I make hand-painted silk scarves and sarongs, as well as silk paintings.
I have participated in regional and national juried art shows, including the famous mini paintings shows held in New York City’s Greenwich Village. The paintings bring together oils, gouache, and natural materials, such as sand and fabric. My paintings start a story and leave it open-ended for the spectator to finish. My work can be found in corporate and private collections across the United States, England, Scotland, France, Japan, Germany, and my native India.