CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY
What happens after a painting is finished? Post it on social media, keep our fingers crossed and hope against hope that someone will come along, take a fancy and hopefully buy it in the end ? Hahaha...no lah, not that simple. Selling art pieces is not easy. Artworks are high ticket items. Marketing is key. It is about profiling the artist, about showcasing the works. At the end of the day, it is about finding the right match of buyer for each painting. An art gallery can help
"RESTING" A PAIR
Some of my friends have remarked that I paint VERY FAST??? Specifically, referring to the rate I am churning out new works. Aiyo, is that how it looks? Alamak!!! Let me be upfront about my work hours. Every piece averaged at least 20 hours . Sometimes more, depending on size and complexity. I work every day, yep, every single day, a minimum of 3 hours but I regularly clock 6 hours each work day, so do the math, normal lah. This pair is now “resting”. Some parts need correcti
Varnished and ready for framing
Finally, the Ashy Tailorbird is ready for varnish. It is now drying in my living room and waiting for the framer to come. Then, in a week’s time, the painting all nicely framed, will be in a new home.