Blue Mount Kinabalu
A fine display of colors control and atmospheric scene created with balanced colors and stroke across the painting, a scene of Mount Kinabalu at night, you can feel the mists and moisture in air, reflection of moonlight and starlight on nature?s surfaces.
An inviting garden is so much more than mere foliage – sunlight, moonlight, birds on wings, bees and breeze….
What pomp and flourish on-stage, What sordidness back-stage;
The contrast etches on the mind, With a great force.
The movement of dancers carry meanings in an undertone. I believe that the body language of a dancer is more expressive than spoken language.
My loved one nowhere to be seen.
Only forlorn dreams will accompany me
Beautiful Fraser?s Hill
Feeds my imagination
Fires my creative urge
With its verdant fields
I always turn to them
for my inspiration.
A reformed scene of Melaka River, the shore line are now fixed with concrete walkways for pedestrian and house owners. Breathing new element to heritage buildings with convenient walkway.
A unique scene in Melaka river, the houses along the river has no back lane, instead they have “back river” there is no road access to the backdoor of houses here, they can only access them by river, carriage boats is hired to deliver goods from backdoor.
A rainy scene of Melaka river, some of the splashes on the painting is raindrops, painting under open sky with nature light is one of Tham’s signature art approaches, a surprise drizzle caught artist by surprise, an welcome surprise. “Accident doesn’t create good art, but sometimes best art is created by accident.”
A cloudy day in Malacca river’s shore, fishing boats are shore bound fearing a storm brewing.
Simple lines and ordinary colors depict the graceful gestures of the dancers.
Geographers Cafe 3
The building that houses the Geographer Café dates back to Dutch colonial period. Its semi-circular windows, large columns and narrow corridors impart a distinct ambience.