Sangee Shrestha's paintings break the linear surface of the things with the use of geometric shapes particularly the rectangles, squares and polygons suggesting the depth and fourth dimension. She attempts to dig out the invisible corners of human expressions. Furthermore by breaking the natural order with geometric shapes, she implies mechanization and fragmentation of contemporary world. The breaks and rifts also suggest the lack of communication. The background is suffused with the composition of soft colours resembling mist, fog, ocean, blue sky or the colours of sunset and sunrise whereas intricate nexus of geometrical shapes are projected in the foreground. The colour rectangles and the lines remind us of Piet Mondrian, and some of the colour fills echo to Mark Roathko.