Yash absolutely loves mystifying his characters, as he hides them inside his paintings. inspired by the scottish tale of lochfolks, yash creates his new work with a mistified woman sitting what seems to be a lake. The tale goes that lochfolks are basically water naeids who take shape in the night and walk near to river source as the frolick around, the only rule they must follow is to never stray away from the water and to never bring any human too close. these naeids are the metaphorical repressentation of woman and the restriction forced upon them. In his potraiture of the Naeids, he shows them walking away from water, a sort of breaking the bondages set upon her.