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  1. We prepare ourselves for the cold, dreary winter ahead and are astound by the fact that winter brings with it both beauty and desolation accompanied by a revelation. The revelation being that autumn is nature’s way of telling us that winter is going to empty and lifeless, like a dying man’s breath. The seasons of life teach us lessons too, spring being the germination and start of the year (life) followed by summer that is youth and the peak of life, enriching and flourishing. Then comes autumn, the season where life becomes slow, as we age and begin to wither, all the while contemplating on what kind of a life we lived, was a fruitful, wholesome life or was it unfulfilling and selfish. Finally winter joins us and as we fade into the darkness and meet death we know that life will go on and there will be another year (life) full and beautiful.

As an artist, I see art not as a language but a tool. A tool to decipher feelings, emotions and complexities of mind to both me and my viewers. At a young age I discovered the emotional aspects of colors and how the exact mix of proportions create a visual that hits the mind at the right spot. Throughout my academic career I've pursued art as a hobby and a window to breathe and dream.  I always keep a sketchbook handy so that I can doodle the ideas, question them and later develop into detailed paintings. I believe its colors that enhance an artwork, not any particular medium; hence I prefer to use any available media to create my artwork. “Deconstruct and recreate in a dimension where anything is possible” - This is the common thread among my artworks. The surrealism I prefer to portray draws inspiration from anything mysterious. I try to imply the vastness and vibrancy of space and universe into my art. Vivid and contrasting colors help me bring out the subject in highlight. Also I’m a big fan of silhouettes.