Big heartfelt thanks to everyone who came to support and discover more about us 8 artists (Arp Raph, Clare Louise Johnson, Hasshim AH, Parames McNeill, Tantiyana Sutan Shahril, Rull MacKenzie, Shymin Chor and Me 😄) and our art at our Grand Launch yesterday. And to also generally support art and artists in Malaysia! ❤🌱🎉 Big thanks also to our sponsors West Star, Faber Castell, Just Heavenly and Oasis Village for the generous support.
Btw, the 🎨 exhibition is on until 29th July so drop by to view our art between 11am and 6pm on weekdays and join our free art workshops http://bit.ly/freeartworkshops during weekends. .
Someone asked me why my art feels like an overflow of energy. Almost like an explosion of emotions and elements. Lol. I said maybe I'm just feeling deeply and allowing the many aspects of life express themselves fully as I paint... and to some people, that feels like an intense flow of energy inviting them to immerse in it, or to embrace and release whatever is in their space and reality at the same time. All in that very moment :) And he said, wah why you so strangely intense.
And as always, I just laugh.
Thanks @shuhadahasimportraits 😘😄
Art to inspire and unite people. The story from artists make us understand life better.
Portrait of Lena Lim with her artwork ‘Chaos Gives Birth to Dancing Stars’ .
Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
A late post about my experience at Comic Art Festival KL last Sunday (1/7/2018). It was my second time attending this event and I love exploring different art style from different artists. My main reasons to attend the event are to meet my fellow artists friends and also to buy things from them. I realised that there’s a lot of enamel pins at this time around, which kinda made me happy to own some 😍. The place is smaller than what I imagined, but so far it was fun. So sad couldn’t take picture with Kazel 😢.
And once the storm is over, you won’t remember how you made it through, how you managed to survive. You won’t even be sure, whether the storm is really over. But one thing is certain. When you come out of the storm, you won’t be the same person who walked in. That’s what this storm’s all about.