Sharad Sovani’s recent paintings depicting ancient Indian architectural evoke a sense of nostalgia for the days gone by. His present style and technique is evolved from his past work, which was both realistic and abstract. He would like viewers to conceive his art in their own way, rather than imposing any thought, issue or an ideology on them. That is why most of his paintings are untitled. His figurative works are a tribute to the village women of India who preserve the ancient Indian way of life and the fast vanishing traditions. The festive colors celebrate the richness and power of tradition that they experience in their lives.