Pulau Ketam is an island off the coast of Port Klang in Selangor, Malaysia.
It is a fishing village with wooden houses built on stilts. When the tide rises, the ground becomes submerged with water and residents move around in their fishing boats.
The island is also known as Crab Island, as crabs can be found in its muddy low lying ground when the tide recedes.
Low Hai Hong paints a scene of a glorious setting sun here, with the waters glistening, the returning fishing boats blazing, and the wooden stilts too, joining in the symphony of light and colours.
Artist: Low Hai Hong
Medium: Oil on Board
Dimensions with frame: 54 x 38cm