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Shades of a Woman’s Life

July 2, 2018 | By

Two pencil sketches that look at a woman’s life – in its times of anguish and celebration.

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Pratishtha Majumdar, a Law student, is a passionate and a creative artist in drawing and painting specializing in water colour , pencil sketch and still life. She bears a special perspective towards thematic art and is very keen to make book covers, posters, cards etc. She has been prominent since her childhood for her artistic thoughts and was awarded many times. She always remains active in the arena of art and drawings.
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Today’s Motivation

“They're only crayons. You didn't fear them in Kindergarten, why fear them now?” 
― Hugh MacLeod<!-- AddThis Sharing Buttons below -->
“They're only crayons. You didn't fear them in Kindergarten, why fear them now?” ― Hugh MacLeod