A Woman of Sakura – Completed

Posted by on May 3, 2013 in Asia | No Comments

    Let’s see the process with minimal words here…   It all started with a trip to Kyoto, Japan… Mixing the palette for the right color combinations Filling in the hair and face set the stage for everything else. Painting the kimono was a technicolor delight! One of my most colorful paintings ever.

Young Korean Soulmates and my painting adventure

Posted by on Oct 17, 2012 in Asia | One Comment

Let me tell you a story about a young Korean couple who quickly befriended me not too long ago.  The woman is from Indonesia and the man from Korea.  They met in Australia during college and soon dated, fell in love and this past Sunday got married.  Fortunately, I was invited and soon I realized […]

1.28.12: PAINTING EXPERIMENT INSIDE, PART 3

Posted by on Jan 28, 2012 in impressionist painter | No Comments

  Glad you stuck around for the third installment of this series of experiments.  If this was “Return of the Jedi”, then you would think this was the very last time I’ll ever paint like this again.  Or is it?  I don’t know and neither do you, and that’s why life can get so interesting. […]

1.25.12: PAINTING EXPERIMENT INSIDE, PART 2

Posted by on Jan 25, 2012 in impressionist painter | No Comments

  Last time we met, I discussed the core essence of my painting in two simple words (cause I love simplicity).  And that phrase was: Humanly Intimate Pretty cool phrase?  But maybe you expected more?  If I have to brand my blog or artwork, it would be “More for less”.   My goal is to […]