Kandi’s work is picturesque of village scapes and the locals of the region. He encapsulates the traditions of these villagers in true essence by giving prominence to details in their attire, their demeanor and their lifestyle. His work, and human forms in particular have a unique folk style. The work is rich in terms of the textures giving it a very traditional feel. He uses his work to portray the diminishing culture of the village folk and popularise the rich culture that rural parts of India harbors.
His most popularly used medium is acrylic on canvas. He is also popular for his sculptures which he sculpts using fibre glass and sometimes wood. He uses bright hues such as reds, ochres, blues, greens, etc. His strokes are long, bold, and well defined.