I did 3 commissioned ACEOs recently, all are variations of cards made earlier. Thanks Jocelyn! They are created with markers and pen. ACEOs refers to 'art cards, editions and originals' in a fixed size of 2.5 x 3.5 inches.
Wonderland: Alice & White Rabbit
Wonderland: Queen of Hearts II
Star Maiden in Pink
I did the Queen of Hearts with more details (hearts) this time =)
If you will like any customised ACEOs or artwork, feel free to send me an e-mail: info (at) lemonshortbread.com
or send a convo msg to my Etsy shop at http://lemonshortbread.etsy.com/
This is the 2nd part of some photos I took at the Singapore Art Museum. The highlights for the main museum section are Chinese artist Wu Guanzhong 吴冠中 and Thai artist Natee Utarit. I especially love Wu's paintings, they incorporate a blend of eastern & western styles done in ink as shown below, the first three are my favourites, particularly the 2nd & 3rd (wow):
Yoshitomo Nara exhibits at the Singapore Art Museum, first 2 is from the Trans-Cool Tokyo special exhibit which ends 14th Feb, the others are in the main museum which has some very good artworks, will share that in my next post. For images of the whole Trans-cool exhibition, scroll down and click on the link: http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=2109773&id=1347191705&l=f034f67455
Collab with graf:
Takashi Murakami's exhibit:
Photos of the other artists can be seen in my Facebook album here:
Aloha readers, wishing you a semi-late Happy Lunar / Chinese New Year! Celebrations last 15 days so not too late yet.
I apologise for the lack of posts - mostly laziness, then busy-ness. Also I've fallen sick with flu for the 2nd time in 2 months (last time was Christmas) - what happens when I visit Chinatown on CNY sales season. Last time I went - due to work, no choice - came down with chicken pox. Horrible. That was about 8 years ago but things don't change. Or maybe I got the virus from some walkby coffers visiting that crowded new mall nearby =P
Anyhow, managed a quick snapshot of the lights there, it is the year of the Rabbit so there's lots of them bunnies around. It was alright, wasn't too fancy, somewhat kitsch with glowing purple plum blossom lights and cartoon rabbit mascots.
This is a video my bf shot - his first time here experiencing chinese new year, and the only reason why I'd be in Chinatown. It was very crowded. Like what the chinese say 人山人海 'ren shan ren hai' which means 'people mountain people sea' - you get it. It wasn't as crowded as it would be on new year's eve but still.
I visited the art museum recently and it was great, will post up Yoshitomo Nara's exhibits on my next post!