Amol Pawar experiments with various media and depicts various forms, colour schemes, and textures. Many of his paintings are a fusion of the abstract and figurative and reveal his own rhythm of life. He has said that his childhood memories of Rangoli patterns are reflected in his use of symbolism such as icons, numbers, calligraphy and texture. He believes in the power of a directional figure, or mentor, which produces strength, vigour, such as the Sadhu, or even the Bull, powerful, breaking free to confront. He says that the human figure in his paintings represents himself and in the depiction of Shakti displays the eternal power of love between man and woman. This display of power is highlighted by his contrasting use of dark and light colours which add dimension and depth to his images.