Exhibition Reviews

Ian Finlay
Asian Art News

‘Her art speaks not of a single Asian religious, artistic, or cultural influence, but of many.’

While one may look to a variety of secular, religious, and multicultural influences that have permeated her canvases since she began painting, there is one influence that has maintained, in one form or another, and that is the influence of the charcoal line with which she began her earliest work in Nepal, where she lived between 1987 and 1992.

The figuration contained within an abstract framework increases the sense of human anonymity, a sense of the mysterious, of ethereal stillness in which the figure exists.