Her work is semi-realistic which portray human emotions and feelings like unconditional love, happiness, which basically emanates from her imagination.
Her sculptures are inspired by people around her. Sculpture is her medium to transfer a message.
Most of Jain’s work are inspired by woman. Her work depicts her interest in the centrality of woman.
Her recent work titled Journey of a Woman that is on display at Triveni Kala Sangam shows a woman’s aggressive nature , gentle submissive quality and her emotional aspect.
The pieces on display reflects the artist’s fascination with subtractive methods of sculpting and is an apt example of her highly abstracted approach to the human figure. As in most of her work, there is a primitive emotive quality to the figure.
The purpose of her work is to provoke a perceptual, internal, and intellectual response in the viewer.
As she works through the creative process, she is able to draw upon the subconscious of her experience in order to interpret gesture, form, energy, pleasure, and pain.
Each piece gives delight to the eye and touch, and seems imbued with a life of its own. Delicately poised on a minute footprint, there is a sense of tension...there’s mystery...there’s surprise.
When: April 16 - 25
Where: Triveni Gallery, Triveni Kala Sangam
Timing: 11am to 6 pm