The short stories were written by Sybil Rampen during the COVID-19 lockdown. These stories enabled Tsochoy Go to continue his digital work remotely when he was not able to be at the Joshua Creek Studio. His imagination and interpretation of each story are not only brilliant and entertaining, but his drawings, colours and the speed at which he works is phenomenal.
Tsochoy Go is the artist in residence at Joshua Creek Heritage Art Centre. He is a gifted and prolific artist who is on the autism spectrum. Supporting artists of all ages, stages and abilities is an important part of life at Joshua Creek Heritage Art Centre.
“What I like about my art is to try new things based on what I am curiously looking for.” – Tsochoy Go
NOTE: Cost is $25 including shipping (across Canada).