Sketch of the day in my moleskine art journal is of my friend’s polaroid camera. I looked at it and thought of the quote, you have more than one shot in life. I know I do. I’m going to try and try to live it and do my best. If I fail, I will try and try again.
Have an awesome week and maybe try something new! xoxo
Sketch of the day. Have your cake and eat it. Just in time for the weekend. I started the week with a cup cake and I end the week with a slice of carrot cake. It has been a week on indulgence. I’m preparing myself for a busy few days of work, work, work. Impending deadline is looming. What do I do, have a piece of cake 🙂
I wish you a Happy weekend to you all, my friends xoxo
“Artists using intelligence and creativity to foster and spread peace and love throughout the world. We can work TOGETHER to bring about change!
Artists 4 Peace is an International project. Artists from all over the world are contributing to the blog and we are truly proving that ART MATTERS.”
I think it is fate that I met these fabulous bloggers Gigi from Rethinking Life and Melanie from Wordifull who started this peace movement. Coincidentally the photo above is of the cover of my sketchbook. Peace and love to you all xoxo
StewART reappears at GUSTO cafe at hillside Penang…after he was kicked out of 75 Stewart Lane.
Stewart the seagull desperately needed a new home since he was abruptly evicted from the shop house he lived in George Town. Eviction is a common problem in the old town Unesco heritage zone. The motto these days is out with the old, and in with the new. Sad as it is, but life must move on…
So, after being sad for a while, I decided to bring Stewart the seagull back from the streets with some help from my friends Ru, Lily and her kids.
We asked Jason from Gusto cafe if he was ok with us painting at his cafe. He was more than delighted to host us as Gusto’s first art community. We arranged a time with him the following day (before he changed his mind) and painted Stewart the Seagull on his Wooden shutter.
It was a super fun collaboration.
Thank you Jason for letting us draw all over your wooden window. 🙂
My New Year has begun well. One project down, one more to go before next week. Then, WOOHOO, I’m off on holiday, since I could not go anywhere for Christmas and New Year. One more week of being stressed…….countdown begins.