Bahaaris a self-taught Artist whose works are embed with soul and passion. She has taken the path of a full-time artist only since June 2015 prior to which she spent over five years working with leading law firm Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas. While her stint at Amarchand gave her the opportunity to work on several high stake matters, earning her plenty client recognition; painting remained in her heart and soul.
Each canvas is brought to life under Bahaar’s artistic strokes, which are bold, visceral and dramatic. Her art is unique and her style extremely versatile. She is a fearless and uses a range of different mediums. After years of practising law, she has developed an innate sense of storytelling through her works.
Bahaar’s work is truthful and self reflective, whether it is incandescent murmurings from the animals filled with a flurry of colours and quirk, her meditative abstracts which are loaded with texture or the tranquillizing faces. Her art takes you into a trance yet leaves you fulfilled with inner bliss. The range of expression clearly demonstrate that her art knows no boundaries, no silver linings yet the recourse to what we face every day is so recognizable. Bahaar’s is a quest that goes beyond form, yet pulsates with an awareness of a larger order, revealing gleaming epiphanies. Each of her work is a reflection of her energetic personality, which is experimental and spontaneous.
Bahaar’s paintings are an outcome of the marriage of very different disciplines, law and the freedom of an artist detached from straightjacket of definition and boundaries. She is also greatly influenced by Scandinavian and American contemporary artists. Hence, an important part of Bahaar’s work is transfiguration of the perceived form, almost like deconstruction and abstract expressionism. She is also an avid admirer of Late Mr. J.Sabavala’s and Mr. Shakti Burman’s artworks amongst the Indian artists.