My paintings are reflections of the society around me. The works are rather emotional than objective.
Standing in front of a large ocean, a man becomes silent, numb. For me, standing in front of so much of unrest of the society, I sometimes become so scared. I started questioning of my own existence. I want to escape from the burning anxieties inside me.
Black, in different tones, I use in my pictures, as the metaphors of my anxiety. And at the same time, I tend to wear a black mask to keep my face hidden from those anxieties.
I use transparent water color on Nepali handmade paper. The transparency is a very important part of my picture, as it makes the works subtle as well as vulnerable. Thus In my work, the treatment, color, support etc. cumulatively create a narrative of its own. A narrative of my emotion, my insecured self, my uncertainty of existence. In my work, I have used my writings, I believe that these are very much an integral part of the works, as it talks about my private self and thus makes my pictures more intense, more real, more close to myself that tells many untold stories of me, about me. And in this way, my personal feelings are being documented in my works.

Take a look at the series ‘Co-Existing with my Anxieties'