The symbol of persistence, success, and good fortune. Koi fishes were brought to the world’s attention after one was gifted to the Japanese emperor as a gift in 1914 to grace the imperial palaces mote
These fishes are surprisingly intelligent because the koi trainers can train the fish to eat from their hands. As well as ring a bell to condition them for receiving treats. Aparazita Rahman uses acrylic on hand made paper (4 x 4-inches) to capture a playful fish amidst its games. The bright colors evoke a cheerful emotion. Thus making this a delightful piece for the living or dining room space.
Friends and family will enjoy a playful sight when they come over to your home.
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