I am an artist with low patience level
So my work is always spontaneous and super quick
I call myself an abstract artist with a dash of drip art
I click random photos with my iPhone
I do some illustrations
Generally stay busy by holding a phone or paint-brush
Been painting all along...
Life showed some drama then art became best friend..
Things fell in place...
Had few group exhibitions and few solo
Nothing can stop you unless you wish it
That’s probably my bio 😉
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