Bespoke Chemistry: A Remix Of Art And Progress 

Bespoke Chemistry is an art tiles exhibition organized by Kimgres at Bookmark, APW Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, showcasing collaborative artworks from 10 emerging and professional artists. It’s our honour to be invited to be part of the exhibition.

This exhibition is open to public, please drop by to visit us and say Hi to Bo :)
Date: 30th June-5th July 2015 (9am-5pm)
Venue: Bookmark, APW Bangsar.




Finishing with final touch. Reflection of the gold shine under spot light. This is a continuation of the work in progress I posted twice previously. It kinda takes longer time than usual as I was having other projects at the same time. This is considered 99% done but I have teeny tiny bits to touch up before I feel 100% satisfied and I’m excited to see that soon!

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Work in progress

I’ve been working on a series of paintings lately. It was a cool experience experimenting new way and new medium for the last two weeks. This is a picture I simply snapped to see the result on my iPhone screen under not-so-bright lighting, so it might look blurred on computer screen. 

Unlike what I usually do, I didn’t sketch my ideas and composition out on my sketch book, I went straight with applying gesso, pouring ink(black acrylic) onto the gesso primed canvas. The ‘ink’ smeared with water naturally, the movement was amazing, like an animation happening on the canvas. I believe many of you had the same experience, especially for those who practice Chinese painting and water colour before. 

The ‘ink’ took a day to dry completely. Then I start to scribble circles and dots, rings, whatever you called them, randomly on the canvas, interact with the ‘ink’, with ball pens and marker pens. The result look good and I’ll continue when I’m inspired :)

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