"My work has made me aware of the subconscious mind!" Introducing Sugar, a contemporary artist with a multifaceted approach that encompasses paintings (in acrylic and mixed media), drawings, watercolours and sculptures (in bronze). Sagar's overarching artistic style is of pure abstract expression, which requires sheer introspection. Her work displays a vivid imagination combined with a sense of fantasy and some inspiration from the real world. She respects the technical aspect of every medium and pushes it to its limits to achieve the required end results.
The goal, in any media she works with, is to attain a well-balanced composition and an aesthetically pleasing piece of work. The Quartz series has been made in a pure abstract style. Like most of her pieces, Sangeeta took inspiration from nature for her series. The result was achieved by visualising and then creating the layers of a quartz stone with different colours, hues and textures. Sangeeta has used acrylics gels, varnish and other mediums to attain a unique blend, which has created beautiful textures. Each of the following artwork is distinctive within the Quartz series. She experimented with space and texture in this piece to achieve the end result. The browns and blues go so well together with the small additions of red hues adding some freshness. Quartz 20, Original, Acrylic on Paper, featuring natural elements in the form of quartz stone, lots of texture within the piece that allows the viewer to wonder if this is a sculpture or painting. Her style is grafted in textured manner.
It is indeed a painting, full of waves, abstract expressionism, contemporary, abstract, fluid, gold, autumn, modern, mountains, and nature all in this piece. A map in the mountains. Burnt oranges, umbers, apricot, ginger, ochre, peach and tangerine all running through the mountains with aquamarine sea green blues running like rivulets down the beige, cream off white powder grey valleys. Personally Signed. Each and every piece is given a final coat of high quality varnish which preserves the colour and protects from UV rays.