Painting has sparked so many insights into living my life. When I started, I always believed in painting my paper to the fullest, to the last edge, say like writing to the end of the page. Slowly, I discovered, it’s not the filling that works but actually the empty spaces. This was followed by another discovery of leaving SO much to viewers’ imagination. There’s no point in painting everything sharp and clear. Then it looks like a photograph. First discovery can easily relate to our everyday experience of the urge to have space, weekend needs to be followed by a week full of work. Second discovery relates to refraining from saying everything to everyone. Unspoken feelings convey our messages powerfully.