One of the artists Susan Loone, better known for her Malaysiakini reports, describes why she paints: “Because I deal too much with words. And words are meaningless when you are seeking, or travelling on a journey to the centre of your being. Words are incoherent when you are exploring the wide kaleidescope of colors and shades that is your deepest thoughts and feelings.
“Which is why painting is my seventh sense, it helps me understand things about me and others that is beyond my thinking understand things about me and others that is beyond my thinking or imagination. Art, for me, is not
only a journey, therapy, or an opportunity to share my message with the world, it is also very personal, private and political.”
A storyboard artist and urban sketcher who loves gardening and cats.
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A self-taught artist reflecting on the fragility of Mother Earth, whilst also celebrating strong women using the breast-feeding Mother Gaia as a symbol of how our fragile earth sustains all of us.
“Because I deal too much with words, art is a journey, a therapy, my seventh sense, and an opportunity to share thoughts that are personal, private and political.”
A weaver of textiles and pattern now putting marks on paper to make images of spontaneous dreams, personal journeys and reactions to place and environment.