Be human

Day 100/100 #100dayproject I can’t believe it. I did it!!!!! 100 art projects!!!! Took me a lot longer than I thought when I started but i did not give up. I learned a lot during the process too. First up, 100 is a big number 😂 and importantly, don’t force yourself to be perfect. So what if I can’t do this 100 projects on consecutive days? Who says I can’t set the rules. What’s important is that I enjoy what I do. And if I don’t like the rules, change them!!! Why not? And for the 100th project, I decided to go back to what I love, painting faces and playing with ink. She is imperfect and messy. But she is real, she is humans and she is beautiful in her own way. Like me.


Day 98/100 #100dayproject two more days to 100!!!!!! A mixed media page in my #alteredbook journal. I used to love all things Japanese growing up in singapore. I guess I still have the fascination today. And I particularly love the idea of wabi-sabi, embracing the imperfection and going with the flow. Easier said than done but still a good goal to have.


Day 93/100 #100dayproject 7 more to 100!!!!! Loving the little breaks from painting with these little relaxing embroidery projects. It’s another form of painting actually…


Day 92/100 #100day project BROWN. The next color in my single color painting series. Never used only brown for the face, actually turned out well. What should my next color be?….


Day 91/100 #100dayproject Orange. Number 5 in my single color painting series. Somehow she fits orange to me. Orange is a little naughty and defiant.

Payne’s Grey

Day 89/100 #100dayproject number 4 in the single color painting series. Payne’s Grey. First time using this color as the only color in a painting. It is interesting to see the different shades that one can make with Payne’s grey. I have a greater appreciation for this color now.


Day 85/100 #100dayproject I love blue. Especially dark blue or navy blue. Wanted to experiment with painting something with just blue. A little different from my usual style. Good to try something different to get back into painting. What do you think? Maybe I can do a series of single color paintings and see how that goes….🤔