KEK LOK SI GUARDIAN OF HIBISCUS FLOWER & SUN, 160 x 120 - Limited Edition 5 of 12


Singapore

New Media
Size: 62 H x 47 W x 0.1 in

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Art Description

New Media: Color, Digital, Manipulated, New Media and Photogram on Plastic and Canvas.

I took a picture while climbing up to the temple Kek Lok Si in Penang, Malaysia. I was inspired by lush tropical flowers at one of the upper terraces and bright light. The single hibiscus flower is telling a story surrounded by temple statues.

It is a photograph, but I also hand painted over it a little bit with acrylic paint in an almost unperceivable way, but it makes the artwork more complex, powerful, original and unique.

120 x 160 cm, digitally altered photograph on textured pvc, hand painted over with acrylic paint, edition of 12, 2017


The photograph is also published in the book: TJASA IRIS, 8 WINTERS IN SOUTH EAST ASIA, A EUROPEAN UNDER THE TROPICS, PHOTOGRAPHS 2009 - 2017, available at Amazon.

The photograph is sold unframed, but can be framed at additional cost.

Keywords: Kek Lok Si Temple, Temple Penang, Temple Malaysia, Temple Sculpture, Vivid, Bright, Colorful, Hibiscus Flower, Southeast Asia

Subjects: Garden

Styles: Fine Art, Modern, Expressionism, Surrealism, Realism

Mediums: Color, Digital, Manipulated, New Media, Photogram

Materials: Plastic, Canvas

Prints: Garden Art Prints, Fine Art Art Prints, Modern Art Prints, Expressionism Art Prints, Surrealism Art Prints, Realism Art Prints, Color Art Prints, Digital Art Prints, Manipulated Art Prints, New Media Art Prints, Photogram Art Prints, Plastic Art Prints, Canvas Art Prints

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