‘ K has painted for nearly four decades. His works, mainly oils on canvas, are pristine and vibrant. Although, strictly not an Impressionist, he creates mood of the day through skillful application of colorrs. Whereas, play of light on objects and nature concern him, he often adopts a philosophical vision of life. His landscapes thus are not about meanings but about feelings; for form, colorr and the enormity these together create.
Like Wordsworth’s tryst with golden daffodils, witnesses, absorbs and then reclaims himself in his paintings. His works reflect the joy he experiences while working.'