WATERCOLOURS – 水彩画

December 19, 2006

Ceramic tile paintings – 地砖画


今天来和大家分享瓷砖画作.这些瓷砖作品是偶然触发才想到的.由于在退休前,工作单位搞一个慈善会,但部门又要节省费用,临时找我.想了一个夜晚,就想出一个最节省方式,又可买高价品 -瓷砖画.之前,曾经检到瓷砖也试画过成功,那时于墨为主.这一次我用gouache色料。

有瓷砖画慨念想、主要原故是常看一些瓷砖有各类式图案心就在想,若画自己作品如何?而且只能一幅不能多自造、形成物于虚为贵。运作方法非常简单;首先你只要有一片滑亮玻璃,先把颜色摆上、后用瓷砖在上行转、这样就可行成各式各样的图画来。有需要时;俏微加些一滴点水份,不可太多.就是这么简单技术.这就是省钱又省时间。有的人认谓需要烧、若是用烧、就必须采用另一种颜料。这一方法不需要烧、它简便又经济,仍旧颜料不脱、可防水、那就采用一种透明喷液上去。我是用NIPPON Paint – PYLOX.

This is the ceramic paintings, is a simple medium to work with, u can create any of the images, above are the sample works for the charity sales during the days in MOE – Ministry of Education, Singapore, before the retirement. Its like a chinese brush paintings.

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3 Comments »

  1. I love these pictures. I love as I love the thunderstorm under the window while dreaming over a cup of coffee in m tiny kitchen. Maybe, I have said something not wise enough, but I like indeed the purity that comes as if from nowhere. Thank you.

    Comment by Tomas — December 27, 2006 @ 10:25 am | Reply

  2. Dear Mr Chan,

    You are indeed a very skillful artist and a master in your own right.

    I thoroughly enjoyed viewing your web pages and thank you very much for so generously sharing them with us.

    Good luck.

    sk chong

    Comment by sk chong — March 5, 2007 @ 10:16 am | Reply

  3. Dear Mr Chan

    I came across this site while browsing for Indian paintings/ pictures. Saw the Kanji and thought it is a japanese site. your paintings are very Very beautiful. Wish you all the best.
    regards
    prasanna

    Comment by prasanna — August 12, 2008 @ 9:23 am | Reply


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