Saraswati paintings take a lot of inspiration from the mythology. In the past, many have interpreted the characters Radha & Krishna in their own terms, and treated according to the subject. Saraswati also painted these characters from her own imagination with lots of designs in minimum unusual colors, but with varied tones. For example, there are lots of blue in her paintings. Blue symbolizes Lord Krishna and blue is also the color of love. Her paintings are full of leaves in the background covered with faces of Radha & Krishna, cows, deers, peacocks, Ganesha and more. It emphasizes the subject with lot of subtlety. Radha is seen with flute giving a very traditional look, with minimal jewellery, lots of designs on her clothes, and sitting or resting under a tree. There are lots of flora & fauna elements in her paintings giving it a very colorful and lively depiction.
Born and brought up in Andhra Pradesh, Saraswati received her Bachelor in Fine Arts degree from JNTU, Hyderabad, and went on to do her Master’s degree from the same University. She has five solo exhibitions and several group exhibitions to her credit. She has been awarded the All India Art Exhibition Award from Hyderabad Art Society in 2008, and the 4th CMS Vatavaran for Creative Expressions painting, Hyderabad. Her Paintings are in collections with many art lovers in India and abroad.