Evening Dust

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Low Hai Hong spent hours at the various art museums in Paris, sometimes hours just looking at one painting.  He was most intrigued by works by Rembrandt.  

 

It was not just looking at the paintings.  It was looking with a lot of thinking, analysis and reflection.  This deep thought process enabled him to really learn from looking at the masters, assimilating and internalising to improve his own techniques. 

 

Every night when he returned to the studio from the art museums, he would start to paint immediately, eager to try out what he had learnt and discovered earlier.  

 

It was an exciting experience in Paris, to experiment and evaluate new ways, to evolve in his art, and eventually creating a breakthrough. 

 

 

Title: Evening Dust
Artist: Low Hai Hong 
Medium: Oil on Chinese Rice Paper 
Year: 2001
Dimensions: 54cm x 64cm
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Rent: $42 per week


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The Letter Home 

 

From all his overseas travels throughout the years, Low Hai Hong wrote only one letter home.  This was the letter from Paris.  

 

It was a letter for his family, as much as a letter for himself.  Been in Paris brought about so many feelings and thoughts that he had to write them down, and share with his closest. 

 

He was overwhelmed with emotions, as he was finally able to realize his dream of painting in Paris.  

 

Original letter written in Chinese:

与你们共度过这几十年的甘辛,有的是感激,有的是爱。

 

Translated in English:

We had some difficult times these past decades, but all I have is gratitude and love for you.  

 

The letter from the Singapore artist in Paris continues with At the Cafe

 

Art is not a part of life, it is not an addition to life, it is the essence of those pieces of us that make us fulfilled. That give us hope. That give us dreams and provide the world a view very different than what it would have been without us. - Hasan Davi