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A group of local artists has endeavored to continue their weekly routine throughout this Covid-19 period, meeting every weekend to paint plein-air around Singapore.  No pandemic can stop their passion and practice of painting.

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Looking at such a gigantic painting can overwhelm you.  Everything about the painting is keenly felt – the brushstrokes, the colour, the details, the composition, the subject matter.  There is a lot to see, reflect and ponder. 
 

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Mindfulness and Slow Art make a good pair. 

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But because they are in a Chinese ink painting, where background is untouched, where brushstrokes take center stage, where blankness (liu bai) is paramount, the blue and red strokes stand out even more in a Chinese ink painting. 

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The hornbill bird is actually quite a pretty bird especially it’s head and beak, which is in a combination of white, black and yellow. But in this wooden form, there are no colours to distract us. 

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