Friday, November 6, 2009

The Storm


10 comments:

  1. thanks, Beng. I wish more people are impressed... and impressed enough to buy...

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  2. hahah... full of surprises am I? used to be very interested in it, but afraid to starve.

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  3. I'll keep doing that while I continue self-training. That's why I had to wait until retire.
    Can't afford to let my family starve...

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  4. you must be joking. by the way - sold anything yet ?

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  5. Only a few done years ago were sold locally. Nothing sold on line yet. The new ones displayed which I indicated 'sold' were actually barter traded or given away as gifts, because Artbreak only has options for 'not for sale', 'for sale' or 'sold'. Besides, I consider my works being on the learning curve. But I'm keeping them just the same because they may become collectors' items later. (That is, when my signature becomes a household word like Renoir or Matisse... hahaha).

    I targeted a solo exhibition within 2 years, but I think it's a little too ambitious. It's not a joke. The competition is great. There must be millions of artworks for sale online. But I need the dream to stay alive. Today the dream, tomorrow the reality... this way I keep my mind forward looking. I only recall the past when I have to know where I stand, or to give some pointers to the younger generation. I must be in between as even my teacher is still learning...

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  6. Good luck Teh. It is a good hobby that you enjoy and that is the important part.

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