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As an artist, my tools are my power. While canvases give me a blank slate to explore my artistic boundaries, brushes don’t just illustrate a stroke of color on the canvas but also epitomize a part of the artist. For me, the brush I use becomes part of the painting I create.

It symbolizes the painting, thereby becoming its protagonist. For me, the brush and the painting fit like two pieces of a puzzle, both incomplete without each other. If you stumble across my brushes on the streets, you will not just have a souvenir to take with you, but will also have a memento of me and my work.