Dr Alka Pande - The Hindu, India
A cerebral painter, her images have a story to tell. Not content with superficial textures and colours that abound, she goes beyond to explore the medium as an extension of herself……….
The art practice that results is the equivalent of what may be called ‘world art’, where borders collapse and are replaced by adaptable and compliant precincts that draw from and enthuse a multiplicity of springs.
Gayathri Sinha - The Hindu, India The unexpected coming together of emblems of such diverse faiths is interesting and gains from the manner in which she integrates seemingly irreconcilable differences.
Prof. S.B. Dissanayake - Parellax Art Heritage, India The inwardness of these works, a blend easily wrested one way or another by stressing either the personal or the universal, makes it possible for these works to be read as parables of contemporary concerns about building a harmonious world order.