Upon finishing my art education, I began an intense quest to find my own flair in creating figures and blending colours. ‘Red’, my first show, was an experimentative series of different shades of red - vermillion, scarlet, crimson and maroon - using acrylic on handmade paper. The experiment was figurative as well as abstract. The appreciation I had received inspired me to work on two more series, ‘Blue’ and ‘White’. ‘Blue’ used oil on canvas and predominantly had cobalt, marine, Prussian shades to make the abstract figurative paintings intense and rhythmic. ‘White’ was entirely abstract, focusing on the transparency of white shade on the lines and other colours. After these exhibitions, a drastic change appeared in my style owing to the influence of my extensive reading and travels to Kochi where I sketched the ancient Synagogues and glimpses of the Jewish settlement. In my latest series, 'Untitled' series I have depicted antique figures and dull earthy shades with burnt sienna and sap green dominating the canvas.