Portrait drawing of Gil Kahn. Pencil on paper
Portrait of the day of one of my first follower, Andy, when I started on this art journey here on WordPress.
Pencil on paper.
Thanx you for the support and encouragement over the years and for being part of my art community.
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Portrait of the beautiful and talented actor, singer, songwriter Chelsia Ng
If I had a little sister, she would be the one who’s always got my back. Surround yourself with good people.
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Today’s portrait of the day in pencil is of actress Lucy Liu.
I haven’t been drawing for a while and today I felt like going back to drawing portraits. So here you go. A pencil drawing of the beautiful and talented actress and comedian Awkwafina.
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⭐Let’s celebrate life! ⭐
It’s time to celebrate every success and achievement because all the pandemic doom and gloom needs to be rebalanced with some positivity.
It is a real privilege and honour to have collaborated with UMAMU estate, producers of award winning wines in Margaret River, Australia. What better pairing than art and wine!
The Dragonfly symbolises harmony, change and new beginnings.
2019 UMAMU Estate MacAnn Sparkling
“MacAnn Sparkling is a wine for celebrations and especially when celebrating life. ‘
Cheers to life 🥂
Go to UMAMUestate.com more info on the wines
Photocredit UMAMU Estate.
Golden Hour 💛 ⭐💛
Acrylic and gold leaf on canvas
Size: 76 x 61 cm
It is a privilege to be showing at the Penang State Art Gallery for LangUR: Building Bridge Between Our Worlds art exhibition curated by Ivan Gabriel for the Penang State museum to raise awareness of our Endangered Dusky Leaf monkeys and to raise funds for the Langur project Penang.
I’ve been intrigued by these monkeys ever since the first time I spotted them hiking up Penang Hill. It used to be rare to spot them as they are very shy and they live in the deep forest, but in recent years, they have become easier to spot as they have been flushed out of the forest into the urban landscape.
They give birth to golden babies which stay golden for about 6 months. It is believed that they are golden orange because predators can’t see this colour and works well as a form of camouflage.
It works so well that I have never spotted a golden baby. All my friends know how much I want to see one in the wild and I do hope I get to see one soon.
In this artwork, The mother and baby langur sits on a tree branch in a meditative pose at sunset, surrounded by the lush tropical rainforest, with the racket tailed drongo watching over them, and a butterfly in the distance.
My artwork is inspired by my encounters with the langur troops, the desire to see a golden baby and my dreams and hopes for a better world.
I’m so happy to finally receive my copy of Kitchen Table Magazine and excited to share with you the article featuring my retro treats illustrations 💕
I am so grateful to Brett Warnock whom I know through our WordPress community for making this possible.
I always tell everyone that WordPress is where I started in my journey as an artist, and the wonderful community here keeps supporting me.
Thank you all so very much. I am thankful for your kindness xoxo
Wishing you love and light on Diwali