Rind was born in Rahim Yar Khan in 1960, a city famous for its rich cultural heritage. Bold in his experiment with colours, Rind creates effects of embossing and carving to his paintings. Most works reflect heavily the features and moods of women in his hometown. He depicts women carrying a parrot, which exudes an aura of romance and mystery
Mashkoor Raza, a prolific artist who paints horses and women, he is a established Figurative Abstract, Non-representational Abstract and Calligraphy painter . Creating transparency with parts of basic forms of square, circle and triangles on his canvases, and abstract images of woman and horse, he shows versatility of handling his subject, paints, and composition. He creates aesthetic transparent impressions through which his images adopt varying shapes. His exceptional energies combined with passion and patience bring forth canvases, papers, and boards decorated with fuming horses and silent nudes on the one hand and cool compositions with harmonious colours, on the other. His calligraphic art is also exceptional. Here he remains cool and calm with his palette creating a feel of antiquity. Although he is loyal to his usual palette, on two or three occasions, he was violent making full use of red. Despite his spontaneity, Mashkoor keeps his fingers on the pulse of his viewers.