Graphic novels

Click on the images below to find out more about my sequential art projects.

Data comic
Comic on cancer research
deb lincoln center subway nyc
And I will call you mine
north east indian fairy tale
The gold wand and the silver wand
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Love under the Spring Skye at Somer

Artist statement

If we consider ‘time’ as a true and powerful unit of measure in the universe, our existence, simply, is a sequence of narratives. My sequential narratives are inspired by science, art and New York City.

As an artist, I combine words and images to make graphic novels. This allows me to spread my creative wings beyond traditional scientific measures stifled behind the bars of statistical significance.

Education

2015 – 2019: BA (Hons.) Illustration, University of Hertfordshire, Hertfordshire, UK

2004 – 2005: Diploma in Animation, Animaster Academy, Bangalore, India

Installations

Cancer: Finding Beauty in the Beast, LuminArté Fine Art Gallery, Dallas, TX, 2016

Business Council for the Arts “On My Own Time”, North Park Center, Dallas, TX, 2016

Study Break, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX, 2016

Business Council for the Arts “On My Own Time”, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX, 2015

Business Council for the Arts “On My Own Time”, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX, 2014

Awards

First place, work on paper, visual art, Business Council for the Arts North Texas, TX, 2016

First place, work on canvas, visual art, Business Council for the Arts North Texas, TX, 2016

Visual Art Award, digital art, Business Council for the Arts North Texas, TX, 2015

NAKFI Art, Science, Engineering, Medicine Conference Award, National Academies Keck Futures Initiative, CA, 2015

Creative Writing Award, creative non-fiction, Business Council for the Arts North Texas, TX, 2014

Invited lectures

“Stereotypes and representation in illustrating a North East Indian fairy tale” at the Art Institute of Dallas, TX, May 2017

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