Wednesday, 14 December 2011


I've been looking forward to this day for quite a while. Been wanting to frame the 12 artworks from my new collection "Catching A Fleeting Moment" since late October. Well, a disastrous flood (the biggest in the history of Thailand) made its' way towards us and we became voluntary flood refugees (we self-evacuated with the dogs because the waters were expected to rise over a meter tall) for about 3 weeks in a nearby province,Hua Hin. Hua Hin is a quiet seaside town that's very popular with the Bangkokians who want a convenient weekend getaway. True enough, we also met many fellow flood refugees from different parts of Bangkok there, we took turns to share our flood stories and in return we got showered with lots of empathy. Udon, my Chow Chow had a great time at the beach (this fact brought much happiness to me because his health had not been in tip top condition), he was often in a state of awe and wonder of the beach. He especially loved the umbrellas, very sure he wanted to nap on one of those deck chairs :D

We returned from our refugee trip about 3 weeks ago but it was only last Friday that the frame shop was finally dry enough for us to travel to. These framed artworks are now sitting pretty in my studio and I shall take them for photo shoots tomorrow morning :D

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