The life force of the ocean, the quiet beauty in flowers and the tranquil coastal landscape have been Gobind's inspiration. It is her passion to bring forth the inner glow, energy and movement of her subjects on to canvas using layers of color and brushstrokes.
As a contemporary painter that paints in a realist/impressionist style she is inspired by old world masters such as Vermeer for the luminous layering of colors and classical realist American painters, Bierstadt and Waugh for their powerful
use of composition. In Impressionism it is Monet's use of broken color as well as California Impressionist Edgar Payne's inspiring compositions and local color that also inspire her paintings.
Gobind grew up in a family that appreciated fine arts. As a California native she began painting the rolling hills of Southern California at an early age.

She attended California State University Long Beach where she earned her degree in 1978 in Fine Art. After working several years as a graphic artist and fashion illustrator for retail advertising. In 1990 after the birth of her son, She  sold her watercolors and prints at local stores. In 2004 she began to paint the sea in oil which she continues to do and studies with modern masters in a broad range of expertise.

 Although she has won several awards, that  is not her goal.  It is the  hope that her paintings can be  enjoyed in homes and businesses as dreams or  memories of special places or events in someone's life.
She prefers to paint directly from life and will spend hours observing and painting on location, bringing that knowledge back to her studio in Long Beach, California.

Gobind's paintings offer peace and upliftment to a changing and  chaotic world.