Wednesday, November 18, 2009

A Group Art Exhibition - featuring Wendy and 3 other female artists

It all began from our unexpected encounter with Juliana Mok-Hayn. Since we are still new in the art scene, it is not easy to find a gallery who is willing to exhibit our works. We were touched by Juliana’s passion in supporting new and emerging artists. When we got to know each other better and shared our works of art together, we all agreed that nothing in life is more significant than love. It is love that makes our life beautiful. Thus, Love Is Beautiful is born.

‘Love Is Beautiful’ group art exhibition
28 November – 31 December 2009

Main Venue :
Art Lives @ Planegg Studio
37-2 Jalan 23/70A, Wisma CKL, Desa Sri Hartamas,
50480 Kuala Lumpur
Exhibition hours :11am – 7pm Mondays - Saturdays
Tel : +03 6203 5223, Mobile : +6012 224 7209

Supporting Venue :
Hayn’s Pizzeria
64, Jalan 27/70A, Desa Sri Hartamas
50480 Kuala Lumpur
Opens: 9am - 10pm daily
Sundays 11am - 10pm
Tel : 1-300-82-3000, Mobile : +6012 224 7209

Saturday, May 30, 2009

Welcome to my online exhibition

I am hosting my entire collection at Fine Art America. It is a great online gallery with some of the most amazing features, such as zoom function that gives you a full resolution review of my brushstrokes. Hope you like it !

Happy viewing !

Saturday, December 20, 2008

My Studio

Hidden away at my back balcony, I painted, splashed and played with colours.

Sunday, June 15, 2008

Flower Market at Petaling Street

Oil 91 x 61cm
You either hate it or love it !

Sunday, April 13, 2008

The road ahead

Oil, 91 x 61cm
Deviating from my usual monotonous red, I ventured now into multicolour hue. Many commented that it exudes romanticsm. May be for this is the street where my grandma lived. Right at the end of this street is the historical Guang Ying temple. My ever romantic good friend Afflatus thought the road ahead spells mystery to him. May be he is right. Did the motorcyclist and the woman in umbrella know each other, or they just happen to be on same path at this moment in their life? Where were they heading to ? It is a question with many possible answers.

Saturday, January 12, 2008

Chinatown Junction

Oil 61 x 76 cm, private collection of ABeam Consulting
Looking out from a coffee shop, this is a junction between Jalan Tun H.S. Lee and the way to Pudu Bus Station. The shop with huge umbrella sells abalone. It was very early in the morning with no buses and cars yet.
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Saturday, November 10, 2007

A deserted carpark at Chinatown

Oil 61 x 76 cm
This painting has several first. The first time I completed it in two coats. The first time I used a painting knife. The first time for me to feel like I have a better control over my colour palette and a freer way of expression.