As I am a self taught artist, my special skills is my imagination explores through the brush strokes using water colour, oil painting and acrylics. I do Abstract, Landscape,Native,Calligraphy and Impressionistic work.
I work primarily in an abstract, minimalist mode, with a preference for the rigors of an austere palette of vivid colours. My work frequently includes dynamic, sweeping brushstrokes of acrylic paint or oil paint on canvas that characterize much of my art. It’s often noted that my paintings convey a controlled but dynamic sense of movement. Many paintings take shape while I am semi-asleep. When I awake, the painting is usually close to being finished. Then I go into the studio and put my ideas on canvas or paper. The brush and flow find their way onto the surface. Mistakes or accidents often turn out to be fortuitous and usually remain.
Although much of my work is abstract, my creative range is wide. Sometimes I insert realism into semi-abstract backgrounds, sometimes capturing the human figure in a series of nude drawings. My watercolours are executed in hues of brilliant colour and are quite playful. My limited edition of Master pieces from a series called ‘Pigeons Dream' are highly suggestive of figurative art and influenced by the native cultutal elemnts of Bangladesh. No matter how many paintings I have completed, every painting is still an experiment to me. I don’t want to know how my painting will end. I want the surprise of finding the end, sometimes quite by accident.
I try to reach beyond myself by creating a mental challenge to combine materials that are unlikely to be combined, colours that are unlikely to go well, spatial arrangements that are surprising, and then turn these unlikely components into a finished piece of art that is satisfying to both the artist and ultimately, the viewer. I generally do my paintings in a series, painting 4-12 or more canvases in a particular vein before moving on to another challenge. My work is exhibited in Italia in arte and some other commissioned sites.