Trilok’s interest and expertise lies in the Pichawai form of Krishna paintings. His father and other artists in the family practice other styles and forms of traditional paintings, while he is fascinated by the devotional aspects and imagery of Shrinathji in Pichawai paintings. Though he has never undergone any academic training in painting, the traditional techniques.
Shrinathji in Pichawai paintings. Though he has never undergone any academic training in painting, that he has learned in the workshop of his father and elder brothers, have successfully shaped his current shape of art practice.
He likes experimenting with the themes and compositional settings of traditional pichawais. His restrained intrusions maintain the aesthetics of Pichawai tradition and bring variety in the `Darshan’, mystic sight.