The faces and figures of women describe the part women play in a social context. She manages to bring different moods and situations of women to life. Each painting shows creativity and skilful execution and therefore appealing to the viewer. The paintings shares the moments of sorrow as well as joy trying to focus on every emotional issue of women.
The powerful and bright colours of paintings depict her vibrant and positive mood. She skilfully handles and defines women issues on large and small canvases in bold and beautiful colours giving a strong message of hope and good times.
One of her paintings done in great detail and attention depicts a scene of Indian royalty, inspired by Mughal tradition showing a dancer being watched by two princesses while instrumentalists look on.
Her paintings show her understanding of other women’s feelings and emotions. Her command on design and colour reveals her knowledge about the subjects related to women. Her artistic manifestation of women in dignified expressions indicates her talent. She has a good sense of composition as she plays with colours such as reds, greens, yellow, black and whites in various colour schemes.
The intense warm colours of the figures against the red hot and dark black and green backgrounds and the rhythmical succession of the female faces convey the feelings of emotional attachment to the roots. The introduction of different textures, surfaces, and elements enhances the natural look of her paintings.
She wants traditional values to stay alive. She speaks through colours and female figures in her paintings. Her colour sense, division of spaces, and compositions, all together creates her artworks which bring a breath of fresh air to the art scene of Karachi.