Journey of self discovery

a painting journey of self discovery
Faceless (with angel)

 

 

Dawn Lim, Faceless, with Angel, January 2022.

Artist statement of this work: From time to time, paintings take shape because of a spiritual relationship I have with the art, the earth and the metaphysical spirits in every living thing. This painting is a reflection of two individuals who are spiritually connected, and are about to share something of great worth. My paintings work best when they come through inspiration and personal discovery.

This piece may be purchased at the online Gallery Bluethumb

Or my facebook

2nd family, 5 portraits

I was asked to draw the Partners children as well, was a pleasant surprise. I didn’t think I could when I saw the photographs. But they’re happy with results,

Older sister who was sitting on a motorbike at night, I was lucky to see her well enough when I cropped to her face for a better view
This was a blurred and awkward pose, he was waving but I thought to leave his hand out, now I wish I’d put it in,
I didn’t think this was a suitable pose at all, but it turned out ok
4 th child,
Youngest.

I drew them on Monday, when it was too cold to be in my shed come studio. Was a marathon attempt,

Iso Activities

Finished an oil painting today, the view from my front yard.

Oil painting on canvas 100 x 33 cm

And a friends baby picture. Thought he looked very cute.

All my time in Isolation is spent productively. But I am wondering where its all leading too.

Playing with paint

Had a lovely play today. Feels so liberating. My live Facebook was just about ok, but I wasn’t happy, I forgot a few things and my camera stand was difficult to manover, and I overdid a drawing, a sure sign my mind went out of gear, ha ha anyway back to today’s painting it will be on Bluethumb soon for sale.

Untitled yet, Acrylic 60 x 85 cm university Cartridge paper

Wishing God to bless China

China has been suffering horrendous flooding and other major calamities in the last 2 months. I’m hoping that it will hold the CCP in check but really feel for all the people suffering there. So this painting came together today, I think its appropriate for our times.

Titled God Bless China 60 x 85cm Acrylic on paper