The sound of color series came surprisingly really, a result of being in a lockdown global pandemic with nowhere to go and nothing to do, but paint and listen to my favorite music. As always I try to focus on shapes and their relationship with each other, colours and textures, aggressively plastering the paint onto the canvas with my palette knife and various plaster and cement tools. I see abstract work as a two way interaction, with the artist and the viewer playing an equal role in discovering the piece. I attack my work aggressively, as the music blasts in the background I get mesmerized by the dance. Impasto is one of the techniques that I really employed quite a bit in this series. I really like striking a balance between sharp diagonal strokes of the palette knives with vibrant linear and non linear aspects in vivid and bright colours, representing the natural relationship with rhythm, beats, tempo music and sharp, powerful colors, shapes and textures. While painting this series the world outside my doors was losing it’s compass, there is no question that the uncertainty of the times played heavily on this series.