Category Archives: Painting

December

I have a cup of coffee in my hand and thinking about this year. It will be soon the past. How many times I went through this process? But it is always good to anticipate new year. I feel like … Continue reading

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Autumn

It is finally the fall. The weather might not be cool yet, but definitely it is here. I found these pretty pumpkins at the grocery store yesterday, and could not refuse to take home with me. They are so pretty, … Continue reading

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Old family photographs

I was scanning our old family photographs a few days ago. Some people I know, some I don’t. There are so many of them and a quite few are over 100 years old. My goodness, will somebody look at me … Continue reading

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Stripes

Whenever I do not know what to paint next, I have a tendency of taking out my fabrics with stripes. Especially blue one! Probably because I learned how to use colors and edges through striped material when I was a … Continue reading

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Toy

We went to the Artists and Craftsman art store a couple weeks ago. This store always carry not only the art stuff but fun toys. I found this cute monkey. It also makes funny noise. I love it. Acrylic on … Continue reading

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Summer

I feel that this summer is hotter than last year. I am sure that I say the same thing every year, but it is hot here in SC. So I took out old Japanese cut-glass ware for summer use and … Continue reading

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John’s marbles but actually nothing to do with them

I came back from Japan a few days ago. It was a short stay just to see my mother. When I wake up this morning I was not sure where I was. It could have been Pennsylvania, Illinois, or as … Continue reading

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