My creation process
I tend not to paint based on real-life objects but improvise freely to create a movement of abstract patterns; my choice of colour schemes is usually warm and vivid - as a very visual person myself, I definitely notice the parallel of how colours brighten my painting experience and how I choose them to enrich myself. I have a love for flowers and anything botanical, hence you will see floral motifs feature frequently in my paintings, and occasionally I use petals and leaves for creating unusual patterns in my painting too.
My editing process
After scanning my watercolour paintings, I edit them with Illustrator. The choice of messages, inspirational quotes or framing vary depending on the composition of the artwork and my personal interpretation of them.
My artworks & merchandise
The edited artworks are printed in fine art and heavy papers (cards - 200+ gsm and poster - 300 gsm). I hope that my cards are more than just a message carrier, and that the artwork will bring the recipient joy, calm and peace, and will serve as a collectible or wall art in its own right. What makes me the happiest is when both the buyers and recipients enjoy these paintings as much as I do.