"One is struck by the starkness of a scrawny bird with outstretched wings and ostrich-like legs etched in black and blue in contrast to the curved, sinuous, flamboyant necks of flamingo with a hint of scarlet. There is an array of owls made up of grids of lines, cross-hatched patterns that let in light with a metallic effect in the prints. The owl, plump and pompous, wise and yet comical, is like a lawyer in the Indian courts, another colonial legacy. The artist is equally adept at abstraction as he is at magical realism."
(Sushma Bahl in "Black Brown & the Blue")