A chance meeting with an ardent art collector and connoisseur became a turning point for architect Anand Menon. His singular statement asking Anand to think bigger hit a chord that since hasn't stopped ringing. The quick passage of time has seen him produce a respectable amount of art in a variety of forms. He strongly believes that like architecture, his art is a work in progress, and he is only as good as his last creation. His artwork sees him experimenting in various mediums and subjects. He likes to use his lack of formal training to an advantage where he can explore without any preconceived notions. This strange but exhilarating state of mind makes for an interesting cross over between art and architecture to evaluate where one starts and the other stops or are they any different. It's sometimes like the two sides of a brain needing to think that they are actually a part of the same story.