Suresh engages with his immediate environment during his creation process. He draws a lot of inspiration from nature, as he feels it is the source of energy for every existence of life. He says, "The synchronization between nature and me takes place only when I hold my brush, pencil or a tool to make an attempt for a piece of art. That is when I feel closest towards nature. I explore forms and colours in nature, which enrich my mind through my keen observation. What I see overwhelms me and stimulates my urge to give a form to it ( that leads to my creating a piece of art )".