Monochromatic Memories

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.

 

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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.

 

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大马 – Big Horse
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Award Winning Painting

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An artists space
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My efforts at handling a brush!

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