Being a native of India, now a resident of Canada, celebrating festivals in India, revolved around color and light.  It is this aspect of my background that I bring into my paintings – vivid colors.  I have been told by clients who have bought my art and those that visit my shows, that there is a distinct stamp of my Indian origin with the vibrant and brilliant colors that I use in my paintings. My framed wall art and home decor articles enhance homes of many clients and I feel happy when I see my unique hand painted wearables being worn and commented upon.

Though I am primarily a silk artist, I am  passionate about art in any form. I have taken workshops for traditional batik in Jogja Indonesia, Moghul Miniatures in Udaipur India, African batik with visiting Ugandan artist, Rozome (Japanese version of batik) and several online workshops with Master Artists in Textile and Mixed Media, Batik, Shibori, Marbling, Ice dyeing, Painting Silk Wearables and latest being Indigo Dyeing with Maiwa.

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Poetry surrounds us everywhere, but putting it on paper is, alas, not as easy as looking at it”. 

– Vincent Van Gogh





In my studio creating art.




A visit by Mayor Phyllis Morris, Mayor of the Town of Aurora, to my one-month long Artist of the Month exhibition at the Aurora Town Hall.  My painting of the Kitchen Mesa on the left painted on silk subsequently won 1st Place award at an artist event at the Aurora Town Hall and the award was presented to me by her.




With fellow artists at Gallery of Pottery and Arts in New Market.