Mansi Trivedi’s works explore a creative interest towards nature and its manifold forms and elements. Nature has inspired her to look deeper into the world of textures and patterns, be it the bark of a tree or the rugged surface of an ant hill, there is a tactile sensibility found in her work. Her choice of material also derives from her decade long experimentation with various materials and media like acid free paper, thread, rice paper, wrapping foil, cork sheet, thermocol, plaster of paris, cable wire, embossed print, wiping sheet, and paper pulp. Through these experimentation with multiple materials she creates an interesting play of negative and positive spaces, light and shadow, tonal variations, and magnification for detail which made her visual topography a site of artistic investigation rather than a mere pictorial surface. This process and style of work helped her gain a better understanding and a more sensitive approach towards the ways of seeing things around her. Her observant and curious eyes locates patterns, forms and textures out of mundane and natural elements and places that create an enigmatic and fascinating visual terrain sedimented with intense artistic experimentation with forms and materials in her work.