I'm honoured to announce that "Struck Down but Not Destroyed" has placed second in the 2023 Let's Rock! Juried Competition and Annual Art Festival.
Rockwell Art Canada is a fantastic manufacturer of watercolour pigments based in Canada, using real mineral pigments and creating some beautiful self-evolving colours. "Struck Down but Not Destroyed" uses both a combination of colours from their Dragon, Magic and Charm Collection, a self-portrait that is partly biographical, and also an expression of my hopeful faith.
In the world of art, there exists a unique and mesmerizing ability to evoke emotions, narrate stories, and forge connections through brushstrokes and hues. As a watercolour portrait artist, my journey delves into capturing more than mere likeness; it aims to encapsulate emotions and provoke contemplation.
Unleash Your Creative Spirit: The Ultimate Pop-up Studio Tour and Puppy Party!
Hang with me this weekend - I'm stoked to announce my best yet Pop-up Studio Tour during the Squamish Artwalk Studio Tours event, happening Saturday and Sunday 29 & 30th August, from 12 pm to 5 pm at The Ledge Community Coffee House.
Step into a world of my never-seen-before prints, killer deals at the studio clearance sale, a portrait giveaway and a my new collection of original artworks. But wait, there's more! Brace yourself for the surprise of a lifetime as I introduce you to my adorable 12-week-old Rottweiler puppy, Shiloh!
Experience My Work at Raincity Distillery during Squamish ArtWalk Festival
Exciting news! For all of July 2023, my artwork is taking stage at the vibrant Raincity Distillery for the much-awaited Squamish ArtWalk Festival. As a gin distillery that also serves scrumptious cocktails and delectable Asian dumplings, Raincity Distillery offers a unique and tantalizing way to enjoy art while sipping on your favorite drinks.
It took me a pandemic to realize everything I was frantically chasing after what was already in my possession; I was too busy to care for it, too distracted to enjoy it, and exhausted chasing after replacements for it.
Borne out of discontentment and a vision for what could be, an idea planted in my brain almost to this very date that I wanted to learn all about watercolour and I wanted to bring something different to the town that I lived in. Less than a year later, I would have never imagined that I would be invited to hang my work in a local venue.
There’s something about the melancholy of the current era that makes me examine more introspectively the things that I’m grappling with. Ultimately, there is some lamenting and sadness for things that are happening - illness, flooding, disappointment, loss.
“Octopus Brains” is a series of Octopus Portraits that ultimately depict the three predominant mindsets I fluctuate in and out of in a the Covid-fatigued Fall of 2020. The short series uses a combination of homemade inks and pigments with watercolour on Cotton.
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