Background 
I am a multidisciplinary contemporary artist who under the guidance of various masters was trained in a realist style and later developed an appreciation for the more progressive work.
Core idea of my art is to capture the interplay of Abstraction and Realism along with the ‘Tao’ or Movement of nature. My paintings often have a focus on Sustainability related topics and Nature.
Key Ideas
Show the essence and inherent Movement of the subjects in a minimalist way. The idea is to make the Movement play into viewers imagination and allow great freedom of thought. For the Abstract paintings, I let the subconscious take over. I feel it allows one to be connected at the fundamental level and yet free flow on the conceptual level.
In my abstract canvases that dominated M1.0, focus is to make the idea of focal point non-existent and provide equality. The various strokes and designs form at the moment and extend.
Sustainability is the next biggest challenge the planet faces, sustainable products, people and places; I often revisit this theme to try and create public awareness through my art. I am working on a tech driven project ( now names MX .0) where I am working on bringing together my passion, expertise and creativity for larger good.
Art Education 
PAFA - Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art, US - Continuing Education 
Fleshier Art Academy, US - Continuing Education 
La, Salle, Singapore - Continuing Education 
Indigo Dyeing - Japan - Workshops
Sumi-e - China - Continuing Education
Mediums - Oil, Acrylics, Watercolor and Sumi-e
Focussed private instruction under various Master artists, notable ones below:
Austin Konchira - Fine Arts College, India
Mahindra - JJ School of Arts, India
Robert Locke
D Shevlino, PAFA , US
Art Shows
Duality - French Culture Centre, Trivandrum, India - 2019
Movement 1.0 - David Hall, Kochi, India - 2018
India Art Festival - New Delhi, India - 2018
Smoke Signals -Shangri-lla Art Gallery, Trivandrum, India
Sur-Realism - Russian Culture Centre, Trivandrum, India
Webism - Art Connecting the World - Germany - 2008
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