Meenu Rani

My work is concerned with socioeconomic, cultural, and behavioral aspects of society, particularly with women and children. I draw on my experience, education, and knowledge to create art that evolves with daily life, resulting in new and improved impressions over time. I believe that my art emerges from this muck, highlighting India's fundamental problems and challenging contemporary development. The connection between the two is real, and it is my quest to identify myself and my opinions in the art. Art is a personal subject that presents an open view of the emotions and thoughts that accompany daily struggles. Colors and lines, for example, can be used in art to depict hope, resistance, and other concepts that may be hidden. As a woman, I can relate to and understand other women. This becomes an intimate subject with which I work repeatedly to ensure that unheard stories, messed-up situations, and suppressed emotions are seen.