The Twin Towers exude another kind of charm when they are devoid of crowds and lights at midnight.
Golden yellow flowers fill the eyes brings the tidings of spring.
A night scene of a rainforest, the jungle?s night scene with evening dew, mists and moisture in the atmosphere reflecting the moonlight and starlight, night glowing mushrooms and fireflies filled the forest with exiting lights and colors, a true masterpiece by Tham that every part of the painting is filled with much details, looking at it years and we still find new excitement in the painting.
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.
A fascinating tree artist planted in his backyard, a tree which branches twist, turn and flowing, like dancing to music unheard by human ears, the Flame of the Forest tree always been one of his favorite subject.
A blended inspiration of a tree impressions, in the wind and light of day, blossoming in full also providing cold shade for those underneath.
Warmth, is the feeling of the painting, the backyard of a formal home, a wall with climbing fig, small gate and a full blooming bougainvillea, with lines express the ever growing branches and splashes of bright colors expressing the blossom under the sun.
An expressive piece with great control of brush strokes and colors, captured a fleeting moment of flowers blossom, fixed into a everlasting frame.
A fallen log at shore side of Tahan River in Malaysia?s national park, the river is the bearer of memory over millenia, it remembered every fallen tree in the jungle, before human walks the surface of the earth.