Painting: Acrylic, Ink on Canvas.
Size: 60 W x 60 H x 1.5 cm
From the painting: HYPERMORPH GARDEN, my entry to Octopus Energy Art Prize 2019/20 ‘Portraits from the Precipice’, my concern about the survival of home gardens, community gardens and the variety of botanical gardens in the challenge of climate disorder continues to a worrying state.
I named this series of paintings: Hypermorphing I, II and III. I used the Chinese ink, acrylics and tried to demonstrate the metamorphosis process of drying plants in this overheat December weather in Malaysia. There are more than usual the dried leaves and flowers in the garden. A line in a Chinese verse: 花无百日红, it means any blossom would not last more than a hundred days; however, climate change at the present days had significantly shorten life span of each blossoms. I hope this series of paintings would rise awareness of climate emergency.
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