Watercolour on paper
Dimensions: 31cm (H) x 41cm (W) / 12.2" (H) x 16.1" (W)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
The in-between hours of the city are magical hours. Day becomes night. Night becomes day. Beginnings and endings all at once. Day’s End captures the emotions, sounds and colors of this transition through the suspension of pigment on paper.
This piece is currently being exhibited at the Thriving Singapore exhibition and the Japan International Watercolour Institute Exhibition 2020.
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Based in: Singapore
Li Ching oscillates between melancholic pen work and sparkling, gem like watercolours. From a young age, immersed in picture books, fairy tales, folk stories, poetry and anime, she has been mesmerized with the idea of alternate realities and parallel worlds. This is an underlying theme in much of her art. Born and bred in Singapore, she lived in Thailand for a decade, spending more than half of that as a professional Gemologist. The countless hours she spent observing the internal landscapes of gemstones under microscopes, translated into a clean and vibrant watercolour style full of colour, light and wonder.
Li Ching’s aesthetic influences derive from many things: a childhood spent running along railway tracks and Peranakan five foot ways, adventures in old Botanical gardens, and more recently, tutelage under local Chinese Ink masters Nai Swee Leng and Goh Chiew Lye.
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