Born in 1987 in Ahmednagar, Maharashtra & working in Pune, (Maharashtra) as an artist. She obtained G.D. Art from Mumbai University (Abhinav Kala Mahavidyalaya, Pune). Also has completedPG in Indology from Tilak Maharashtra Vidyapeeth, Pune.
Her journey in the art field began as a “Graphic Designer” with an advertising agency.
She started thinking about the sensitivity and intent of the paintings… she has studied in Indology, about the history and cultures, languages, and literature of the Indian subcontinent...the blend of Indian culture & History indirectly flowed in my paintings.Sensitive and full of color, my paintings reflect my mind. She paint religious stories, decorative motifs, symbols, etc. in my own way.
The medieval temples of India feature female figures in the sculpture strategy. That is called "Sursundari". The celestial female is a ubiquitous motif in the visual arts & architecture of India & those artistic traditions. I want to show Sursundari through her paintings. She reminds me of our ancient Art & the culture of the Harappa civilization, the world's most ancient civilization.
It is widely accepted that the Harappan people worshipped a Mother Goddess. The Recovery of a large number of Mother Goddess figurines suggests that Mother Goddess worship or the fertility cult was widespread and popular in the civilization. Terracotta, steatite, and metal figurines of girls in dancing poses, recovered from Indus valley excavations, show the presence of some dance form and skilled craftsmanship. The most interesting and famous figurines are the bronze Dancing Girl, the steatite Bearded Priest-King, the terracotta Wheel Cart, etc.
The blend of Indian culture constitutes the subjects of her paintings. This is her way of showing the fusion of our Ancient culture & Art.
Her works have been exhibited in shows all over India