The art works shown here are fragments of my life’s journey……adventures in a quest for beauty and truth, via various medium such as batik, oil, watercolour and mixed media…….A kaleidoscope of personal triumphs, failures, trials and tribulations.
Completed an Artist's Residency at Cardijn's College from July 20th to Aug 6th 2015. Worked with a range of classes including two Year 11 Art Classes, two Year 8, two Year 9 Visual Art and their teachers in producing amazing batik art works.
Batik artwork for the school
Extra one-off activities- Moon Kite making with students during lunch time.
"Japanese Ghost", Acrylic on canvas. During WWII, British Malaya was subjected to Japanese aggression and occupation. Hence fear gripped its whole populace. My grandparents and parents lived through the horrors of man's inhumanity to man.
I went crabbing with my friends at Thompson Beach. It was an interesting experience. Raking for crabs can be good fun, getting lots of vitamin D and sunburn, also getting sucked into and stuck in the muddy sand all the time. But the most annoying part was not getting sucked into the muddy sand but noticing quite a lot of trash, such as empty cans, dirty socks, broken shoes etc. being left over in the muddy sand. This is very alarming.Hope there'll be more rangers or authority patrolling to catch those inconsiderate people.
Here's my painting at the Solar Art Prize Exhibition, an exhibition abt caring for our planet: " Left over at the Thompson Beach"