As a vacation comes to a close… Till next year!
Trying to capture the airy lethargy of summer in Taiwan… A quiet sea of bougainvillea spilling into the night. A curious room, like the ugly toe of a big building. Floating down streets like aimless bubbles… Crossing wide roads with sausage dogs, on a windy day.
Creatures of habit 1 year later, sitting by the same window and enjoying the quiet meal we had before. Ultramarine overload at the Gary Baseman exhibiton!
The last few days were a blur of battling the brutal chill / National Gallery of Art Seeking shelter within frosted walls The Phillips Collection Natural History Museum “This sheet of nearly pure copper that was sandwiched between layers of shale. It crumpled when miners blasted the rock. Bits of … Continue reading
Hirshhorn Museum & Sculpture Garden / Lovely snow patterns forming around the city Bacon & Hatoum Trashcan Wisdom: don’t let go of certain things.. more soon!
Washington D.C. with Mom / Waking up to snowfall & a greeting from the hotel cat. The leaves are like paper cut-outs.. There’s something about big bags of leaves that I find so charming… It’s as if someone packed just enough autumn for a short vacation. Smithsonian American Art Museum La Mano Poderosa: … Continue reading
(The last batch of photographs from my trip to Taiwan) — Even the walls are damp with perspiration, sweat trickling along the cracks. And flowers melt… time for a nap…
-Zebra crossings -Weary travellers -Countryside Marketplace swollen shapes and waffle textures -back to the city… / bye :-)
Took a little trip to Taiwan… A short sunny vacation! more soon…
I was tasked to produce resist dyeing, pattern printing and embroidery onto a sampler, according to the theme “The Eyes Of Spring”. Inspired by the water motif in Eyes(tears) and Spring (natural water), the proverb, 飲水思源 came to mind. It directly translates to remembering the source of water when you take a drink, meaning to … Continue reading