Naveed’s art is based on and painted, using the underlying grid of sacred geometry, where the dot, line and circle are fundamental elements of image making. The principles of the underlying grid and its perfect proportions, the layouts/formats, patterns, shape, form and motif are the manifestations of sacred geometry and the painter takes on the form of the compass. Even if not always visible to the naked eye, it exists. The proportion in comparative relationship to a whole is the essence of the practice in the past and today.
His painting is part of a series of investigations where he is setting into a perennial context, the importance of the tool and what its trajectory offers, in the form of exploration of the line for the painter, in the realm of Indo Persian miniature painting. Parallel to the above is his use and study of indigenous natural pigments and their timeless possibilities.