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Kecik kecik group show at Hin Bus Depot, Penang, Malaysia

Kecik kecik group show

Kecik kecik group art exhibition opens at Hin bus depot
I have 1 artwork there for sale. More than 150 artworks are for sale at RM2000 and below. This is our equivalent of the affordable art fair where there will be something for everyone. This is a great opportunity to own a piece of original art from your favourite artists.

On top of the world.(The hungry red eyed tree frog)
Size 1ft x 1ft
Acrylic in canvas
Price Rm 1200 (USD 270)

On top of the world

This art work titled on top of the world is the opposite of our local saying Katak dibawah temperung (frog under the shell)

Official launch of Kecik kecik group show
A huge turnout at the Official launch of Kecik kecik group show
Kecik kecik group show

Augmented reality Art exhibition at ARmenian park, Penang

AR Art exhibition by Perk reality

Opens tomorrow at ARmenian park.
If you’re in Penang go check out this AUGMENTED REALITY ART EXHIBITION celebrating international womens day.

Download Perk reality app on Google play or Apple store. Scan the signboards at ARmenian park. See the artworks come to life.

It’s so exciting to be part of this exhibition because the Perk reality app has made it possible to view artworks in a beautiful outdoor space anytime of the day come rain or shine.

Blue and white ginger jars

I have 3 artworks being featured in this augmented reality exhibition in the park. I chose these three paintings because the park is in the heart of Penang heritage zone and this series celebrates my Chinese heritage as well as my Malaysian nationality.

Wishing you all a Happy New Year xoxo

Happy New year 🌹

I ended the year back in my hometown of Penang with friends who mean the world to me. Travelling may feed the soul but good friends warms the heart ♥
I am home and I feel blessed.

Happy New year to all of you and wishing you a blessed new year. May the new year bring love, joy and peace to you and your loved ones 🥂

Koay Teow Th’ng

Koay Teow Th’ng

Happy weekend!! I honestly do not know where the week went.

Today’s sketch no 1423 is Koay Teow Th’ng
It’s clear chicken soup with flat rice noodles served with shredded chicken, fish balls, fish cakes and garnished with chives.
This dish is a welcome respite from all the other spicy and fried dishes. It’s like a pause or breath of fresh air.

You can watch the video on my YouTube channel. ⬇️

Sharing session live tonight for Boxed in art exhibition

Join me tonight live on Penang Art District facebook and zoom sharing my artwork process for the exhibition “boxed in” for Open Studios Penang. There will be 6 artists in this session and I should be on at about 9pm.

Time and date: Sat 8pm (GMT +7)

Im on at time 35

Boxed in curated by Ivan Gabriel

See you later xoxo

Internal monologues : to talk or not to talk, that is the question

Boxed in for open studios Penang 2020

Internal monologues. To talk or not to talk, that is the question.
Some people like to talk about their problems whilst others hide theirs behind a facade. Nobody is entirely transparent whether they choose to share or not.

The problem with verbal communication is that it is not perfect. The listener often misinterprets what is being said because we process information through our own biases.

How often have you asked a question only to be given an answer completely off tangent or the other person jumps in to finish your sentence but gets it completely wrong?

Something to mull over.

Acrylic on MDF box

Boxed in art exhibition for open studios Penang.

Date : April 2020

Venue : China house gallery, Penang

Updated 29th March 2020.

The exhibition is postponed.

You can watch the making of video here

Please subscribe to my YouTube channel 🙏

Belang art exhibition in Focus Malaysia

Belang in Focus Malaysia

Art with a wild message

Belang art exhibition in Tatler Malaysia ❤️

Belang Tatler

The official opening of Belang was last Sunday at the Penang State gallery.

It’s the first time I’ve been invited to exhibit there, and it is an honour to be part of the movement to create awareness for our critically endangered Malayan tiger, which makes it even more meaningful for me.

We didn’t have much time to come up with an artwork for this show as the green light came quite close to exhibition date. I had a full week to come up with the concept, finish the artwork and get it delivered to Penang from Kuala Lumpur. It was a challenge indeed. My mindset was to make the tigers proud and to help them in every way possible.

Selling the painting and raising funds is not enough for me. I really want my artwork and all the other artists work to make an impact, otherwise what is the point of the exhibition. A lot of hard work and sweat has been invested in putting this exhibition and campaign together.

The question is how to stop the killing and how to stop the habitat destruction. It is always easy to take a back seat or to play the blame game. It is more challenging and more effective to come up with solutions that are effective. Admittedly I do not have the answers but I definitely do want to start this important conversation.

What do you think, what are your ideas and what can you do to help save the Malayan Tigers, and for that matter all wildlife and nature?

BELANG : Save Our Malayan Tiger Campaign Art Exhibition.

“Bulan” for Belang art exhibition to save the Malayan Tigers by Tiffany Choong

Help save our Malayan tigers!!! 🐯

BELANG : Save Our Malayan Tiger Campaign Art Exhibition, in collaboration with the Department of Wildlife and National Parks of Peninsular Malaysia (PERHILITAN) and Penang State Art Gallery, curated by Ivan Francis Gabriel.

The exhibition is to create awareness as well as to educate the public on the importance of saving the remaining 200 Malayan Tigers we have left in the wild.

Date: 1st March to 31st March 2020
Venue : Penang State Gallery

Bulan by Tiffany Choong
Acrylic and gold leaf on canvas
Size 800 x 600 mm
(The gallery will donate 25% of sales to PERHILITAN)

In order to save a species, you have to fall in love with the subject matter. In this case, it is the Malayan tiger, and it’s habitat.

You cannot save the tiger without saving it’s home. The tropical rainforest is home to the Majestic Malayan tiger. In this artwork, I want to showcase this beautiful creature in all it’s glory as well as it’s magical kingdom.

The full moon shining bright, lights the way for a hopeful and peaceful future, where the forests are preserved and the wildlife run free.

This is my hope and wish 🙏🌕🙏

More info about the exhibition

More info about the Malayan tiger

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