Cho, a geisha in 1800 AD, was not only an artist but also believed that her creativity would continue beyond her lifetime. She had a beloved pet parrot and felt that her childhood learnings about art, pets, and time would be passed down through lifetimes. Cho practiced daily to develop her skills and hoped her wisdom would be carried forward. Her name, meaning butterfly in Japanese, represented her free-spirited nature that persisted in lifetimes. Cho's dedication to art and belief in wisdom's continuity were inspiring, and her parrot accompanied her on her journey for Lifetimes.
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Introducing Neo Bengal Folk Art - a modern take on Bengal Pattachitra, inspired by Jamini Roy's work. My Illustrations feature thick and thin outlines, vivid colours, and intricate motifs. I aim to bridge the gap between the old and new, honouring our cultural heritage and pushing the boundaries of creativity.
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