Reserved for Exhibitions/Events
Mixed media on canvas 152 cm x 122 cm 2023
Mixed media on canvas 60 x 120 cm 2023
Mixed media on canvas 100 cm x 100 cm 2023
Mixed media on canvas 60 cm x 120 cm 2023
Mixed media on canvas 100 cm x 100 cm 2023
Paintings Available for Sale
Acrylic on linen 147 cm x 196 cm 2023 Notes: An abstraction expressing joy and a celebration of life. The jumbo canvas for the year 2023. In thanksgiving for the plentiful blessings.
Mixed media on canvas 80 cm x 80 cm 2023 Notes: A contemporary abstract textured expression celebrating friendship. Painted especially for an exhibition by IACF to be held in last quarter of 2023.
Mixed media on canvas 30 cm x 30 cm 2023
Mixed media on canvas 30 cm x 30 cm 2023
Mixed media on canvas 100 cm x 100 cm 2023 Notes: Fu means blessings, good luck, good fortune. Painted in bright colors for auspiciousness.
Collage/acrylic on canvas 45 cm x 45 cm 2022 Notes: A new addition to the artist’s Environmental Series that was launched in South Korea in May 2022.
Watercolor on Arches paper 38 cm x 56 cm 2022 Notes: Pyeong-hwa means peace in the Korean. The lotus is one of the universal symbols of peace.
Watercolor on Arches paper 39 cm x 57.5 cm 2022 Notes: The man, the seeker, not necessarily a monk is on a solitary journey. In search of the Self. This journey is made alone, and leads the aspirant to a higher consciousness.
Mixed media/collage on canvas 40 cm x 60 cm 2022 Notes: A Collaboration: Cut out prints of flowers from oil paintings by the late Martin Fu (mid 1950s). Abstracts by Gloria Keh (2022).
Mixed media on canvas 25 cm x 35 cm 10 inches x 14 inches 2022 Notes: We are mainly made up of water. The work honors our inner sea and is an addition to works in thanksgiving for water.
Mixed media on canvas 35 cm x 25 cm 14 inches x 10 inches 2022 Notes: There are times when one is faced with trials and tribulations. Against all odds. The artist believes in our inner star: that there is always the presence of light. For without light, how could one apprehend the darkness?
Watercolor on Arches paper (850 gsm) 22.5 x 30 inches 57.5 x 76 cm 2022 Notes: Abstraction on the inner mental terrain that would be the ideal.
Watercolor on Arches paper (850 gsm) 22.5 inches x 30 inches 57.5 cm x 76 cm 2022 Notes: An abstraction expressing the Joy of The Sun
Acrylic & ink on canvas 34 cm x 64.5 cm 13.5 inches x 25.5 inches 2022 Notes: For International Women’s Day 8th March 2022. On loose canvas.
Acrylic on linen 26.5 inches x 24 inches 70 cm x 60 cm 2021 Notes: An abstraction. Inspired by an old saying: "As above, so below."
Acrylic on canvas 12 inches x 12 inches 2021 Notes: Painted for International Artist Day, 25th October 2021
Mixed media on 2 canvases Round canvas: diameter 8 inches Mounted on stretched canvas sized 12 inches x 36 inches 2021 Notes: An abstraction acknowledging and honoring our inner world.
Oil on canvas 24 inches x 20 inches 2016/2020 Notes: Work began in 2016 but this abstraction was only released for sale in October 2020. Somehow it just did not feel right to put it on the market before? I still do not know why?
Mixed media on canvas 60 cm x 41 cm 2022 Notes: Dedicated to those in physical pain and to Pain Management. Sinseh means Chinese medicine man.
Mixed media on wood 50 cm x 50 cm 2020 Notes: An abstraction.
Collage/mixed media on wood 60 cm x 60 cm 2020 Notes: A tribute to the elements that should be respected at all times. One of two new works inspired by the fundraising project of ACCES to support the typhoon victims of the Philippines.
Mixed media on canvas panel 20 inches x 30 inches 50 cm x 76 cm 2021 Notes: an abstraction inspired by an international project Earthling Two.
Collage/Mixed media on framed canvas panel 16 inches x 12 inches 2021 Notes: A pair of earrings by Mario Valentino has been collaged in this work: an angel and a little devil: denoting the choices we have to make everyday of our lives.
Acrylic on sandpaper 20 inches x 26 inches 2021 Notes: The start of something new. The constant need to refortify, restrategise. The welcoming of new beginnings. The process of becoming.
Collage, Acrylic & Resin on wood 10 inches x 12 inches 2021 Notes: An abstraction
Acrylic on canvas 61 inches x 55.5 inches Year completed: 2017 Notes: A plethora of colors burst out in a splash suggesting the presence of abundance. Not just of the material kind but that of the flowering of consciousness.
Oil & Acrylic on canvas Each panel: 48 inches x 24 inches Year completed: 2016 Notes: A painting comprising three panels. A symbol of auspiciousness for the Chinese, dragons were often believed to be associated with water. In ancient China, dragons were said to be rain-makers.
Collage & acrylic on canvas 36 inches x 24 inches 2021 AVAILABLE AT MONAT GALLERY, MADRID,SPAIN. www.monatgallery.com
Acrylic on canvas 36 inches x 24 inches 2021 AVAILABLE AT MONAT GALLERY, MADRID, SPAIN. www.monatgallery.com
Mixed media on canvas 40 inches x 40 inches 2021 AVAILABLE AT MONAT GALLERY, MADRID, SPAIN. www.monatgallery.com
Acrylic on canvas 40 inches x 40 inches 2021 AVAILABLE AT MONAT GALLERY, MADRID, SPAIN. www.monatgallery.com
Mixed media on canvas panel 16 inches x 20 inches 40 cm x 50 cm 2021 Notes: An abstraction expressing cosmic energy in welcoming the lunar new year.
Collage/mixed media on canvas panel 24 inches x 20 inches 2020 Notes: An abstraction.
Acrylic on canvas 63 inches x 85 inches 2019 Notes: In a plethora of rich and vibrant colors, here’s an abstraction romancing the days of Marco Polo at the Imperial court of China. Cathay was the alternative historical name in English for the China of long ago.
Collage & mixed media on canvas 16 inches x 20 inches 2020 (Collaboration with the late Martin Fu)
Acrylic on canvas 24 inches x 48 inches 2019 Notes: An abstraction expressing the artist’s concept of endless time and infinite space.
(Yet The Dragon Never Dies) Acrylic on canvas 65 inches x 70 inches 165 cm x 177 cm Year completed: 2018 Notes: A reminder that even the strong and the powerful must meet its end. But then, isn’t the dragon mythical? And hence, indestructible?
Acrylic on canvas 12 inches x 12 inches 2019 (Melbourne) Notes: An abstraction inspired by the late Mother Teresa.
Acrylic on canvas 53 inches x 67 inches 2019 Notes: An abstraction. Colors bright and vibrant invoking images of a dance of joy.
Acrylic on canvas 24 inches x 28 inches 2017 Notes: An abstraction expressing the colors and energy of the Milky Way.
Acrylic on cloth 19.5 inches x 15.5 inches 2018 Notes: From the series Nuns, Novices and Men of The Cloth. A lone figure sits in the practice (sadhana in the sanskrit) of meditation.
Acrylic on canvas 60 inches x 48 inches Year completed: 2015 Notes: Brilliant hues color the domain. It is a place of freedom. Of Celebration. And of joy. A bodhisattva sits upon the branch of a tree. Below giant wild lotuses burst into view.
Oil on canvas 18 inches x 18 inches 2013 Notes: From the artist’s Mother Series. Isn’t bliss what we are truly after? Yet many do not know what is bliss or joy, and often confuse this with mere pleasures.
Acrylic on printed canvas 11.5 inches x 19.5 inches 2018 Notes: From the Nuns, Novices and Men of The Cloth series. Printed on the canvas are the 100 Blessings, wherein the auspicious FU character is written in 100 different scripts from ancient China.
Mixed Media on oval canvas MaximumHeight: 14 inches Maximum Width: 20 inches 2018 Notes: From the Nuns, Novices & Men of The Cloth Series. The artist just happens to love monks.
Acrylic on round canvas Diameter: 16 inches 2018 Notes: From the series Nuns, Novices and Men of The Cloth.
Oil on canvas 24 inches x 24 inches 2018 Notes: An abstraction.
Acrylic & Oil on canvas 24 inches x 36 inches 2018 Notes: An abstraction of the bamboo. A symbol of peace, the bamboo is known for its strength and flexibility. It can bend in the face of strong gushing winds, yet it will not snap. Bamboo can teach us important lessons in life.
Mixed media on canvas 16 inches x 20 inches Year completed: 2016 (Melbourne) Notes: In the Australian aboriginal language, Endota, means ‘beautiful’. And the lotus, a symbol of peace, and spiritual unfoldment, is indeed a very beautiful flower, that has a great deal to teach us.
Acrylic & ink on canvas 12 inches x 12 inches 2018 (Melbourne Collection) Notes: The black circle is the enzo. Rendered in a single brushstroke and in one slow complete breath. Part of Zenga, the Japanese art of Zen.
Mixed media on canvas 20 inches x 20 inches 2017 (Melbourne) Notes: A time to hibernate, to go inwards and contemplate as temperatures drop and days become shorter.
Ink and Acrylic on paper 22 inches x 30 inches Year completed: 2016 Notes: Going within and connecting with my inner fire. The mood is heightened. Energy gathers into a fireball of passion. I got to just let it out. It cannot be contained any longer.
Ink and acrylic on paper 22 inches x 30 inches Year completed: 2016 Notes: Strength is one thing that we always need. Not just physical strength, but mental, emotional and spiritual strength. At times when life serves a platter of dramas for us to contend with, often brute strength is not enough. We need inner strength, that comes from various ways and through different means, be it through prayer, meditation, religious study, or service to the community.
Collage & acrylic on canvas 28 inches x 61.5 inches Year completed: 2014 Notes: A boddhisattva rides the The Flow of life. It has been wisely said that all we have to do is to get into The Flow. Because once you are in The Flow, that Flow will support you.
Collage in acrylic and ink on canvas Diameter: 12 inches Year completed: 2015 Notes: All too often, on earth, money talks with the loudest voice. Imagination ferries the viewer into the treasury of the Gods, where one is simply at a loss for words at the richness of the Heavens.
Collage & acrylic on canvas 30 inches x 24 inches Year completed: 2014 Notes: A novel painting that can be displayed either vertically or horizontally, as stupas point two options for directions. A collage using stupas from Tibetan prayer flags.
Oil on canvas 24 inches x 30 inches Year completed: 2013 Notes: Indeed a very popular Hindu deity, Ganesha is hailed as a god of wisdom and good fortune. Said to be the remover of obstacles, he is particularly worshipped by the merchant community, as the bringer of good luck in business ventures. His vehicle is the mouse.
Oil on canvas 20 inches x 24 inches Year completed: 2012 Notes: A contemporary Ganesha, the Hindu deity renowned as the remover of obstacles. Blue, a color synonymous with calmness, tranquility and healing predominates.
Acrylic & Ink on canvas 18 inches x 24 inches Year completed: 2016 Notes: It is time for play. The blocks and squares symbolise the many blockages we experience in life. Ganesha, the remover of obstacles, moves these blocks, and catches his vehicle, the scampering mouse. The message here is also to take ourselves less seriously, and lighten the loads we tend to carry in our minds.
Acrylic on canvas 12 inches x 12 inches 30 cm x 30 cm 2014 (released in 2021 for an online Ganesha art festival and exhibition)
Acrylic on canvas 13 inches x 13 inches Year completed: 2017 Notes: We live in the world of maya: of illusions. Maya is often represented by water. And here we have waves, denoting the ever changing patterns of the mind.
Acrylic & ink on canvas A collection of 3 paintings: 24 inches x 24 inches, and two smaller paintings, each sized 11.5 inches x 11.5 inches Year completed: 2015 Notes: One of the most amazing possessions we have is our minds. One can imagine what existence would be like without the mind. The energy of the mind is astonishing and when keenly aware and alert, is at its most passionate. Such a mind can proceed to accomplish what might seem the impossible. It can take us to great heights.
Acrylic & ink on canvas 18 inches x 18 inches Year completed: 2015 (Melbourne) Notes: Waves of colors are believed to signify spiritual energy. As light is energy, and color is light, color is indeed energy. In the Genesis, we read of that very first command: Let there be light. Hence, the declaration of let there be energy, leading to the creation of the fabulous, surprising, and oftentimes unpredictable mind.
Collage in acrylic and oil on wood 17.5 inches x 23.5 inches Year completed: 2015 Notes: Traditionally, the Japanese torii, or gateway, marks the entrance to a shrine, from the profane and into the space of the sacred. There are no doors on a torii, and the popular interpretation of this absence, is said to be a sign of the perpetual openness of the shrine. As the old meets the new, the lucky cat, a popular icon of the Land of the Rising Sun, stands sentinel, playing gatekeeper.
Acrylic & oil on canvas 26 inches x 30.5 inches Year completed: 2015 Notes: Honouring the enzo, which in the Japanese means ‘a circle’. Traditionally, the enzo is rendered in one brushstroke, in one single breath, and forms a meditation amongst practitioners of Zen art. In this instance, the enzo, takes centrestage, in a field of vibrant colors, holding the many precious wisdoms of life.
Acrylic & 0il on canvas 40 inches x 40 inches 2017 Notes: An abstraction celebrating the mythical phoenix. Legends tell of how this fabled bird burnt itself, only to rise again from its ashes, in splendour. The phoenix is an auspicious symbol for many Asian cultures.
Acrylic on canvas 61 inches x 81 inches 2017 Notes: An abstraction of a popular symbol of prosperity and power for many Asian traditions, the dragon continues to fascinate.
Acrylic on canvas 12 inches x 12 inches 2017 (Melbourne) Notes: From the Dance Series, Tango celebrates the mystique of this exhilarating dance.
Collage with acrylic on canvas 20 inches x 20 inches 2017 (Melbourne) Notes: There are no limits to love. We all need love and so do all living beings & things on this planet. Do not be afraid to love.
Acrylic on canvas 12 inches by 12 inches 2017 (Melbourne) Notes: Abstract of brilliant hues of an exhuberant dance.
Acrylic on canvas 48 inches x 48 inches Year completed: 2015 Notes: There’s always a great deal going on in the crucible of life. The fires of purification are aglow with heat being generated in the process. The mood is vibrant as fears get burnt away.
Acrylic & Oil on canvas 58.5 inches x 41 inches Year completed: 2015 Notes: A profusion of pink flowers, reminiscent of sakura, the cherry blossoms of Japan, take pride of place in the artist's Dream Garden. This is her place for Lila, or play, and inspiration.
Oil & acrylic on canvas 18 inches x 24 inches Year completed: 2016 (Melbourne) Notes: In The Talmud, it is written that “The dream is its own interpretation.” Indeed, dreams are perhaps the other side of our waking life. Like myths, claimed Erich Fromm, “ dreams offer vital communications from ourselves to ourselves.”
Acrylic on canvas 32 inches x 32 inches Year completed: 2016 Notes: Stars have often been associated with deities. Polynesians believe that stars are the eyes of heaven, observing happenings on earth, whilst the Chinese attest that stars directly affect the events on our planet. Very few things can rival the beauty of a star-filled sky, and through the ages, countless poets, artists, and music lovers have continued to romanticise the stars.
Ink on canvas 40 inches x 40 inches 100 cm x 100 cm Year completed: 2013 Notes: Believed to be the abode of the Gods, mountains represent strength and the power within the landscape. Indeed exuding quite a masculine energy. However, balance is at hand, ensured by the feminine presence of the spirit of the mountain. Huge flowers burst in jubilation across the sky, whilst below, the foliage is one of aliveness and abundance.
Collage in acrylic and oil on canvas 45 inches x 59.25 inches Year completed: 2016 Notes: Words of peace bless the depths of a garden pond. The time is sunset, and as the sun sinks beyond the horizon, we once again give thanks for abundance and peace.
Acrylic on canvas 36.5 inches x 76 inches Year completed: 2013 Notes: The bamboo is said to be a symbol of peace, and in ancient times, the Chinese believed that the phoenix, that mythical bird, fed exclusively on bamboo. Here, the evergreen bamboo is presented in red, with the latter color being synonymous with good luck, good fortune and auspiciousness, for the Chinese.
Acrylic on canvas 24 inches x 36 inches Year completed: 2015 Notes: A celebration of the color Black. What is black to you? Is it a color of chic sophistication, of sleekness, and the fashion world? Or is it a negative color of darkness, and of death?Yet black, often pegged a non-color, really contains all the colors. Black is what it is to you.
Acrylic on canvas 24 inches x 36 inches Year completed: 2015 Notes: The twin painting in the Lifelines duo, but this time there are more hints of red, with a cheery yellow peeking out.