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I’m a self- taught stippling artist based in Kolkata, India. I have always been interested in various art forms, but wasn’t untill the pandemic hit that I stumbled upon stippling.
As soon as I started experimenting with it, I knew it was the art form that defines me the most. I spend countless hours perfecting the technique, experimenting with different styles, and pushing my boundaries of what is possible.

I draw inspiration from the concept of momento mori, which means “ remember you must die”. This concept has been present in art for centuries. My artwork is a representation of the duality of life and death.

Through my work, I aim to remind viewers of the inevitability of death and the importance of cherishing life.

The painstaking process of stippling emphasizes the fragility of life, as each dot is a small part of larger picture.

My subject matter often includes skulls, flowers, and other symbols of life and death. By juxtaposing these elements , I hope to create a sense of balance and harmony between the two.

Overall, my artwork is a reflection of my own contemplation on the fleeting nature of life and the beauty that can be found in its impermanence. I hope that viewers are able to connect with these themes and find meaning in my work.

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