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I Repeat Rings

These passed few days has been a visual bonanza with Art Basel and its accompaniments. I am happily tired and letting my brain sort of relax and this painting is in front of me as I write this. Its sort of like going out and trying on all these new clothes then returning home and putting on a well worn t-shirt.


harumi said…
I love all the comments you have wrote especially the airplan story. Your paintings are getiing sooooooooooo much amazing every time I look new one. I can't wait to see them in my house wall:)
I really really wish that you will be studying at my school next year!

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