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Into the forest I go…

I love the natural world and going for hikes in our tropical rainforest.
As an artist, I find much of my inspiration from nature.
Our rainforests are one of the oldest in the world and it is home to many species of plants, birds, insects and wildlife.
This trail is a city green lung which is such a gem and is something I am grateful to have as our rainforests are fast disappearing.
Follow me into the forest and fall in love with our jungle with me 💚

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Tony the tiger face mask

Tiger face mask

Roar. It’s a jungle out there. Introducing Tony the tiger face mask to keep you safe 🐯

Shop my collection of unique fun washable wearable art face masks which highlight endangered animals, wildlife, flora and fauna for conservation awareness and appreciation of the beauty around us.

https://www.zazzle.com/collections/face_mask-119953647662889824?rf=238653531815785372

Please stay home or wear a face mask when you leave the house. 😷

Stay safe and stay alert.

Stephen the seagull and Peter the pelican face mask

Bird face masks

Keep your distance. Stephen the seagull tells Peter the pelican. 🕊️

Shop my collection of unique fun washable wearable art face masks which highlight endangered animals, wildlife, flora and fauna for conservation awareness and appreciation of the beauty around us.

https://www.zazzle.com/collections/face_mask-119953647662889824?rf=238653531815785372

15% off today. Code: HAPPY4THJULY

Please stay home or wear a face mask when you leave the house. 😷

Stay safe and stay alert.

Oriental Garden Lizard

Oriental garden lizard

It’s been so peaceful hanging out here and sunbathing naked ~ Iggy the Lizard

Sketch of the day no 1383 in my moleskine sketchbook : Iggy the Oriental Garden Lizard.

Dumpling the duckling

Dumpling the duckling

Meet Dumpling the baby duck. Spring arrived and soon after baby Dumpling was born. Again this was inspired by my hours on YouTube. It was a video of a mother duck leading her 10 or so babies across the road in Idaho. Unfortunately most of them fell into a grated storm drain and sewer pipe but luckily a passer by saw and called the nature conservation people to come save them. It was a happy ending. True story. 🐤

Acrylic on paper
Size A4
Price USD 150 (free worldwide shipping)

Found the video, you can watch it here

Ping ping the Panda

Ping ping the baby Panda

I started painting baby animals after i painted my first baby sunbird born on my balcony in mid March. Around the same time, I read in the news that a pair of panda twins were born in Chengdu zoo. It inspired me start a series of baby animals born during lockdown. This is Ping ping the baby panda. The name means Safe in  Chinese.

Ping Ping the Panda
Acrylic on paper
Size A4
Price USD 150 (free worldwide shipping)

You can watch the pandas here

Suzie the baby sunbird

Baby sunbird

This portrait of my house guest, Suzie the baby sunbird was  painted at the beginning of lockdown 3 months ago.
She flew out of her nest on my balcony and landed on my living room floor, feeling dazed and confused. I watched her from the sofa as she sat there plucking up courage to attempt another flight after the fall. She took her time, waddled around, flew to the edge of the balcony and with all her strength and courage, flew off to the unknown. 

Suzie the baby sunbird
Acrylic on paper
Size A4
SOLD

Helmeted hornbill

Oops it’s a Rhino hornbill

Kita jaga kita. Together we stand in Solidarity.

Sketch of the day no 1380 in my moleskine sketchbook is of a Helmeted hornbill. Malaysia is home to 10 species of Hornbills and it is our national bird 🐦

This is the last Sketch in my moleskine sketchbook as I wait patiently for the borders to open to receive my sketchbook parcel delivery. 🙏

Update

My bad, it’s a Rhino hornbill. I apologise hornbill.

Argggh, what do you mean we are still in lockdown and can’t fly?

Anhinga

Argggh, what do you mean we are still in lockdown and can’t fly?

Sketch of the day no 1374 in my moleskine sketchbook is of i think is an Anhinga

Who would travel if lockdown is over and travel restrictions are lifted and where would you go?

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