I don't think art is propaganda; it should be something that liberates the soul, provokes the imagination and encourages people to go further. It celebrates humanity instead of manipulating it.-Keith Harring.
"escaping from luwak plantation" by peroltz, 2012, a2, mixed media on canvas.
My wife's painting. I'm actually proud of her.
"Civet taking a coffee break" by eim. 2012, a2, mixed media on canvas
The plan is to host an comprehensive exhibition that is hosted by 3 local public locations :
Potentially 3 different cafes in areas of Section 17 PJ, Masjid Jamek & Ampang Park.
Create an illustration/painting of the "CIVET CAT" on his break or breaking free from his plantation slavedom. That is, imagining that the civet cat's job/situation is to chomp down tons of raw coffee beans to have digest in its gut before becoming the very expensive kopi luwak.
'Canvas of Nature' will showcase graffiti, pop art, and contemporary marine art at Malaysian International Dive Expo. from 6 to 8 July 2012. Since that marine life had always been my subject matter, I have sent 2 of my artworks for sale.
"Surf" by peroltz, 45x45inch, mix media on canvas, 2012. its my idea of surfing rocking tentacled sea shell turtle.
"Beats" by peroltz, 45 x 45 inch, mix media on canvas, 2012. about an octopus eel head dj working the turntable
with two dugong beatboxing and rapping an undersea party.
these canvas are on sale right now at pwtc. to support other cool artworks please 'like' the canvas of nature's facebook
here are some of the artworks that i took from there. check it out!
Tasmanian King by Escape. 2012, 90 x 120 cm, mix media on canvas. Brush stroke and finger painting.
Pink Jellyfish by Anokayer. 2012, 90x60 cm, mix media on canvas.
Octopus by Snozze. 2012, 40x80 cm, spray paint on canvas.
Scuba diver by Cloak. 2012, 60x45 cm, mix media on canvas
Skateboard fish by Donald Abraham. 2012, acrylic on skateboard
Yasuo by Kenji Chai. 2012, 45 x 35 cm, spray paint on canvas