Ghazal’s works have been exhibited Nationally and Internationally at multiple exhibitions. She has sold an entire series of works called “Sounds of Love” in early 2014. Ghazal’s childhood love for Mehandi (Henna) Art is what brings a unique style and finish to her paintings in ink. Mehandi art is found at every street and corner of India, it has a deep feminine connection with the cultural thread of India. Ghazal aims to globalize and personify this age-old Indian tradition through her art.
In 2012 while staying in Mumbai, Ghazal rediscovered her passion for art and learnt from inspiring artists like K Prakash& CS Panth in Mumbai. Towards end 2012 she decided to focus full time on her passion for art & moved to the global melting pot of art New York. In NYC she worked on developing her skills by taking up intensive courses specializing in figure drawing and portrait making at the New York Academy of Arts. Here she got a chance to work with the best in the field like Robert Armetta & Harold E Brooks. She followed this up with courses at the Artists League of New York in painting from life under established realists like Mary Beth Mackenzie and Sharon Sprung.
She also worked on Modernism and Abstraction under John Parks at the School of Visual Arts, New York. Some of her work from this time was also chosen & showcased at the Langone Art Gallery New York. She returned to India towards end of 2013 and continued on her path to discover her own style of Art. In India she rediscovered herself under the mentorship of established artists like Seema Kohli and Puja Bahri. Ghazal has experimented with various media, from basic like oil and acrylic to ceramic, clay and wood. What makes her art unique is her love for colour, which comes to her naturally.