There are two opposite view of Rahul’s
work. One is totally figurative & the other is totally
His figurative works are based on pure drawing. Regularly
sketching with pencil, charcoal, crayon and sometimes
water colour has become customary part of his life.
He pays special attention on the effect of shade &
light. He paints figures from memory and from live models.
Especially the use of water colour in figure which is
the challenging job for every artist, he can easily
handle. He works reflects his extraordinary love for
He is also emerging artist in abstract. His works are
intricate but sensuous. He is meditative. He often immerse
in abstract form. His journey is not only solitary but
also an austerity. Earth, wind, water & light are
the element of his paintings. He expresses the intensity
of passions by stroke, colour & texture.
Through his work the viewer feels the experience of
energy, serenity & sobriety.