A performance on one of the oldest stage in Malaysia, a stage built with collective patron of the oldest temple in South East Asia, the Cheng Hoon Teng Temple, the stage is dedicated to commemorate the birthday of deity Guan Yin (The Goddess of Mercy)
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.
Starry night, the mind reached out across the infinity universe, pouring the inspiration of stars across the galaxy nebula spanning light years away into a frame, with artistic creativity and skill.
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 piece that blended many impressions in artist?s memories to forming a remix of a dreamscape,
You can see the flow of light, sound of music in the air and floating waters across the frame.
A busy Melaka river scene now gone, boats transporting goods, locals and tourists alike, frequently cruising in the river.
Malacca river is facing a time of changing, the construction of a man made island in middle of it’s river mouth is imminent, as mega machine is working, fishing boats is drifting in the tides wondering about their future.
A historical piece done in the 80s, with limited resources when young, artist are paste together 3 pieces of smaller watercolor paper to form a ideal size to express his talent, the scene capture the still active tin mine and another dormant one, which is filled with water.
Simple lines and ordinary colors depict the graceful gestures of the dancers.
Frosty colors shows a cold misty evening view of Gunung Tahan, one of Malaysia national park, with evening dew reflecting starlight and moonlights on surface of the primeval forest.
Yet another piece inspired by the fire of gemstone opal, the colorway has a tendency of warmth in it for the breed of fire opal from Mexican is formed in volcanic activities and has sulfuric content in it?s molecular level, forming yellowish orangey color with splashes of green and rarest purple.