Om Prakash at Kumar Gallery, New Delhi, 1977
Om Prakash whose earlier work in oils and acrylics was the most elegant handling of the geometrical abstract, returned to water colours and spontaneity. Symmetry has lost its tyrannical hold and colour modulates in many tones, yielding startling brilliancies within the clean-edged segments of the design. There is magical interplay of what seems like beams of coloured light overlapping and blending.
Late – K.K. Nair, The Hindustan Times, New Delhi, 10 November 1977