Brinda studied at Parsons School of Design, New York and did her Diploma in Textile Design from Sir J. J. School of Art, Mumbai in 1979. She started her career designing patterns for textile mills. In fact, her work can now be called a combination of realism and abstraction. Brinda has experimented with various mediums like acrylic, corrugated cardboard, cloth and metallic paper and excels in mixed media – oils, acrylics and collages. She is known to use material in a collage to create three-dimensional effects.
Brinda has held many solo exhibitions in Mumbai and been a part of many significant National and International group shows like Reflections Art Gallery, Hong Kong, Colors of India, Dubai etc. She has been actively organizing several art events such as the Kala Ghoda Arts Festival 2007 and 2008 and has also been Executive Committee Member, Kala Ghoda Association since 2000, Brinda is instrumental in the beautification of the Kala Ghoda Art District and has not only created murals for the art district of Mumbai, but is also been responsible in bringing public art to the city, e.g. The Khyber Art Wall Mural; The Maritime Heritage Mural; Naval Dockyard, Mumbai; and restoration and beautification of 5 Traffic Police Chowkies.
She lives and works in Mumbai.