Presenting the verisimilitude is not the aim here. Here, the art form (or you may call ‘deform’) is non-objective, yet overflowing with purity, simplicity, and spirituality - with rare or no trace at all in any external visual reality of the world or the Universe. Still, the continuum is preserved in each artwork, as adjacent elements are not perceptibly different from each other, but the extremes are quite perceptible. One can feel each artwork in this collection like music. Just as there are patterns of sound in music, there are patterns of strokes in here. Artwork can be appreciated for its forms, lines, and colors, as long as it is balancing between entropy and negentropy. Even this balance need not be perfect, because perfection seeks closeness to reality, whereas abstract art seeks freedom from reality. As such, perfect representation or replication is impossible. We need to be at peace with the imperfections, the deviations; for we are humans and not God. In this age of technological mediation, wherein art is getting lost to the gimmicks like roadmaps of the digital world, an attempt is made to rebuild the relationship between humans and art.