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Year of the monkey

Year of the monkey

What’s your zodiac?

The charming and quick witted monkey is the ninth in the cycle in the Chinese zodiac 🐵

I’ve been working on the Chinese zodiac series and finally they are finished. I’ve been so busy lately I need to follow Mr Monkey and meditate. Ohm 🙏

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Sketch of the day no 778 in my monologue art journal: The Monkey. I’m ready to take a risk

The Monkey. I'm ready to take a risk
year of The Monkey. I’m ready to take a risk

Good Morning and Happy Weekend to you all!
Sketch of the day in my monologue art journal is of The Monkey.

“I’m ready to take a risk.”

Sketch of the day no 272: Marcel the cheeky monkey with peonies “Life is beautiful”

Marcel the cheeky monkey
Marcel the cheeky monkey

There are lots of long tail macaques in Penang. They live in the forest and in the botanical gardens but they travel wherever they want so sometimes we find them in the garden. Marcel lives in the Botanical garden and he is not afraid of humans.

Sketch of the day no 263: The Bulan animal farm wishes you all a prosperous, happy and healthy new year

Kong xi fatt choy 2014
Kong xi fatt choy 2014

This coming Chinese New Year  brings in the year of the ‘wood’ horse.

Prediction by Suzan Levit

‘The Wood Horse year is a time of fast victories, unexpected adventure, and surprising romance. It is an excellent year for travel, and the more far away and off the beaten path the better. Energy is high and production is rewarded. Decisive action, not procrastination, brings victory. But you have to act fast in a Horse year. If you are not 100% secure about a decision, then don’t do it. Events move so quickly in a Horse year that you don’t want to gallop off in the wrong direction.’

Sketch of the day no 171 in my art blog: Macaque Monkey ( Macaca fascicularis) from Botanical Garden, Penang, Malaysia

Macaque Monkey
Macaque Monkey, Penang, Malaysia by Penang artist

This is a crab eating macaque or Long tail macaque, very commonly found in Penang. The ones I’ve seen are not afraid of humans because many people feed them. They would just remain where they are and you have to walk around them. They live in the forests but they do come out to the nearby neighbourhood to scavenge for food.

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