Hangzhou, China, June 10th 2015

We spent a beautiful day with our friend at his studio. The memories of that day are fresh and minty. It was a beautiful spring day. The studio was breezy and cool. The smell of fresh green sprouts filled my nostrils.


Julia with her GuQin “古琴” on the Studio Deck


Julia played the Guqin “古琴” on the deck and I dabbed black ink on white Chinese paper. My friend has tried many times to explain to me what it means to be an artist, but I believe everyone has their own rendition of reality.

I love art. I have learnt to appreciate art over time. I have learnt to get lost in that special slice of time, emotion, circumstance and space that the artist has presented.


大马 – Big Horse
Award Winning Painting


An artists space
My efforts at handling a brush!




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