“Sid Katragadda's art superimposes the physical with the metaphysical and the psychological, all intertwined together to tell a story or recall a memory. His paintings have three sides: Meaning, Social impact and innovation".
“The photos I capture are symbolical and metaphorical because they represent the essence of life. Most of what I capture are objects and things because they are just as important as people when it comes to photographing subjects".
“My artwork is questioning our place in nature and meaning of nature culturally. We're made of star stuff," Sagan famously stated in one episode. His was saying the fact that the carbon, nitrogen and oxygen atoms in our bodies. I am questioning what we are made off. And development of livings in time".
“I paint faces to translate emotions and simply follow where my intuition and imagination take me. This liberal process is wonderfully freeing as well as challenging. For me, it is the most profound way to connect and express the experience of being human: to belong, to feel, and to sense".
"This collection brings sustenance to the soul and transports you into a world where time and space fade away. This is a world of delicate details, undulating forms, and a lyrical narrative that will fill your heart with joy".
"My desire as an abstract artist is to paint my feelings of what I see, expressing visually what is relevant beyond the portrayal of the obvious finite forms. My paintings essentially reflect this desire ".