Having spent much of the last couple of years showing at organizations statewide, like the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and Boston's Institute of Contemporary Art. Bangalore-born sculptor Ranjani Shettar returns to India this month with a show at the Talwar Gallery in Delhi. Deepak Talwar, founder of the gallery's headquarters in New York, has represented Shettar since 2004 when he hosted her first solo exhibition, 'Indian Spring.' It features two sculptures, both evocative of Indian landscapes. One of them, In Bloom, is a network of fuschia painted wooden beads arranged like garlands, inspired by bougainvillea. A variation can be found in Lagoon, featured in her current show, which builds on the large-scale installations for which she has come to be known.