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5/20/2012

Rar Art - A Life Time

This is a piece of very complex rar art. It combines a blending of colours, criss crossing of lines and strokes and layering. All these features come together in a harmonious way without anything looking out of place. The colours are beautiful, the strokes are mature and well executed while the layering gives it depth and complexities.
There is a couple in the centre of the painting and it looks like their whole lives were unfolding in front of them. As one views the painting slowly, more and more images will appear to tell a series of stories of the lives of the couple. Take your time to enjoy this beautiful creation of Mother Nature

3 comments:

Matilah_Singapura said...

redbean, may I proffer some entrepreneurial insight?

This RAR in particular would make a piece of fine silk jump to life.

I might pay $300 for a silk shirt with those colours, because I know the gals would love it and it would make me look 20 years younger. ;-) Sorry to bring it back to self-interest again hahahaha...

Anyway how does "Redbean RAR Batik" -- Colour My Humanity (see I even gave you a slogan for free).

You'll make a fortune.

Se how you might stack up. One of my favourite shops in Bali

Matilah_Singapura said...

http://www.paulropp.com/collections/men/sun-cold/New-Suncold%20002.html

USD 1200!! Redbean, drink some Red Bull quick and get busy...money lah! Can buy house in Sentosa...buy back yur cuntree one brick at a time from those arsehole foreign invaders!

What's ore, those rich fucks living in The Cove will buy your Batik. You can ketok them some more...by signing the fabric.

Man, I'm full of good ideas today!

Chua Chin Leng aka redbean said...

Matilah, this is one of Mother Nature's creation. The uniqueness of these rar arts is the way they were captured and turned into paintings.

Remember, the original image appeared in the water for a flash and gone forever without anyone missing anything. It is only through careful observation these the image is caught in camera.

Most of the time I was shooting blind, not knowing what would turn out. This is they mystery and exciting part of this photography technique.