Low Hai Hong felt so alive, so inspired in Paris, that he painted a flurry of paintings when he was there.
He made full use of his artist studio at Citi de Ville.
Painted canvases and paper hanged at every available wall space to dry. Tubes of paints, brushes, overflowing palettes were all over the tables. The smell of oil paints and turpentine lingered in the room all the time.
He was grateful for this space to paint freely, something that was not possible if he was in Paris as a tourist staying in a hotel.
Title: Montmartre at Dusk
Artist: Low Hai Hong
Medium: Oil on Chinese Rice Paper
Dimensions: 54cm x 64cm
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 bursting with excitement, to see the masters in person at the museums, to indulge in the artistic city of Paris.
Original letter written in Chinese:
Translated in English:
I have finally achieved my dream. At this moment, I am full of excitement! I feel that I am back to my young energetic self at 30 years old, full of ideals and hope.
I am finally complete. My younger self and older self are now one; passion from my youth and experiences from my life have now come together for a complete me.
The letter from the Singapore artist in Paris continues with Morning Mist.
If you hear a voice within you say ‘you cannot paint,' then by all means paint, and that voice will be silenced - Vincent Van Gogh