Thursday, December 28, 2006

Learning To Paint.

uploaded by Bergen: A Norman Rockwell.






Images uploaded from a favorite artist of mine, Encik Latif Maulan.



I'M GONNA LEARN HOW TO PAINT IF THIS IS GONNA BE THE LAST THING I'VE GOTTA DO.


Next Entry: If only I could make a quick stop at Sungai Bakap...



8 Comments:

Blogger Ibu said...

are those the kain batek that were used to berkemban? haha... can't get it out of my mind la pulak ...

very 'nice' paintings indeed. how i wish i didn't leave those canvas & brush behind in my dorm closet. only have time to sort the mess of the PS2 discs lying around the house these days....

mom of sons,
working from son up till son down...
(not that i'm complaining)

11:14 PM  
Blogger Nobee said...

Nice work but I can't appreciate those abstract stuff though...

Pencils n sketches I can do, but painting? Lain yg di paint lain yg kluar :)

7:08 PM  
Blogger Kak Teh said...

Selamat hari raya and happy new year bergen!

4:00 AM  
Blogger Sayuti said...

its been a while sir, and you're already taking up a new hobby... huhu.

happy new year, sir.

6:26 AM  
Blogger bergen said...

Ibu: Those PS2 can be pretty addictive, aren't they?

Nobee: I can't figure abstract stuff either. Hmm, kinda nice if you start to paint something and end up with something different. Give it a shot, mate.

Kak Teh: Thank you, ma'am.

Sayuti: I've gotta keep meself busy with new things or else I'd be bored to death. LOL.

3:51 PM  
Anonymous Ol Lady From the Green Mtn said...

Lovely paintings ... what is the fruit in the last painting, please? It's bugging me ... I've seen it before I'm pretty sure.

Thank you!

3:35 AM  
Blogger bergen said...

OLFTGM: Those fruits are jambu, ma'am. There's a genetically modified version now, jambu madu. I need to go figure how they infuse the honey into the jambu.

11:17 AM  
Anonymous Ol Lady From the Green Mtn said...

Thanks, Bergen. It's been many years since I saw the fruit in Asia. Nothing so exotic here ... just your run of the mill pears, apples, cherries, berries and lots of maple.

8:55 PM  

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