Friday, 14 November 2008



acrylic on canvas
36" x 48"

artwork submitted for Open Show 2009
to exhibit at Shah Alam Gallery, Yayasan Seni Selangor.

Nov 2010 - Feb 2011 displayed at Zakuro 2 Japanese Restaurant,
Ground Floor, Lot 6, No.174-176 Jalan Ampang,
50450 Kuala Lumpur.


I thought it's over but i guess it's not!
Another Rampage Series =)

Thursday, 13 November 2008



acrylic on canvas
36" x 48"


I don't quite like this piece, it used to be Allusion II. Been looking at it and wonder what went wrong and what's missing until today... I just can't stand looking at her, diluted black and white and splashed on top of her!

well, if i still don't like it after this, i might as well repainted it!



acrylic on canvas
24" x 36"


So many things in my mind.
So many unsettle issues.
So many people are taking advantage.

Aggghhhhh!!! F*** it!
and the victims are the usual suspect,
my colours, brushes and canvas'...



acrylic on canvas
24" x 36"


And it doesn't stop there! It continues to this one and the next one... Felt so much better after done with all this. Hehheheheee...



acrylic on canvas
24" x 36"


Running amok, sometimes referred to as simply amok (also spelled amuck or amuk), is derived from the Malay/Indonesian/Filipino word amuk, meaning "mad with rage" (uncontrollable rage).

The word was in use in India during the British Empire, originally to describe an elephant gone mad, separated from its herd, running wild and causing devastation. The word was made popular by the colonial tales of Rudyard Kipling.

Although commonly used in a colloquial and less-violent sense, the phrase is particularly associated with a specific sociopathic culture-bound syndrome in Malaysian culture. In a typical case of running amok, a male who has shown no previous sign of anger or any inclination to violence will acquire a weapon and, in a sudden frenzy, will attempt to kill or seriously injure anyone he encounters. Amok episodes of this kind normally end with the attacker being killed by bystanders, or committing suicide.

Thursday, 6 November 2008



acrylic on canvas
15" x 30"

Nov 2009 artwork submitted for Art for Aids (AFA)
Theme "Fighting Aids with Art"

July 2010 Knock Down Price
RM299 SOLD to Ms Syah Abu Yazam,
Subang Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia.


Every time I had my mind set onto something, His test arrived and I failed to get through those. Sometimes, I wonder… Will I ever be successful? Will I ever be rich? Sigh… I don’t know and really have no idea about this. Deep in my heart I know, one day I will get and be somewhere ‘up’ there but then again, I heard voices that say I will just be like this forever. Aaggghhhhhh!!!

I don’t think I’m lazy but I know I can be if I want to. I think I’m very ambitious, have a lot of ideas, some might work but some is just a plain silly trick to put a smile on my own face. I’m so blessed that I am creative, in many way. I can diversify and be something that I never really imagine doing it! And I’m stating the obvious here that I am beautiful, smart, funny, creative and multi-talented like everybody told me. Not one, two or three person had said that but many! Almost every person that I’ve met.

I don’t do this often, I mean boasting about myself, as I’m pretty down-to-earth kind of person. I mean when it comes to me I rather people find out themselves. Maybe due to low self esteem, lack of self confident and being insecure after the big hit and I have fallen pretty bad this time.

OK! Let’s get back to what I’m trying to say today. About my career, goals and achievement. I know specifically what I want in my life, not too specific but in every details and angle. Is good or bad? I don’t know. Some might say its good cuz you know what are you aiming for and some might say its bad cuz you might close or slip other opportunity that comes to you along the way. To me it depends…

Lemme share the story about me, my career, my so-called “best-friend” and my life. Read more here.

Wednesday, 5 November 2008



acrylic on canvas
20" x 20" x 3pcs

Nov 2010 - May 2011 displayed at Zakuro 2 Japanese Restaurant,
Ground Floor, Lot 6, No.174-176 Jalan Ampang,
50450 Kuala Lumpur.

Nov 2010 Limited Space Sale
RM 750 SOLD to Ms Hanazita Nassarudin,
Ampang Selangor, Malaysia.


i just don't know what to think now. he's never there when i need him. i should move on and i am moving on... i never have luck in this department. maybe i am meant to be alone, to face everything by myself, cheer up everybody at any time but no one fo me. i'm just tired being strong. i'm tired putting on plastic smiles all the time. i'm tired pretending all ok.

Shadows fill an empty heart as love is fading,
From all the things that we are but are not saying.
Can we see beyond the scars and make it to the dawn?

Change the colors of the sky and open up to,
The ways you made me feel alive, the ways I loved you.
For all the things that never died to make it through the night.

The sun is breaking in your eyes tTo start a new day.
This broken heart can still survive with a touch of your grace.
Shadows fade into the light, I am by your side,
Where love will find you.

What about now? What about today?
What if you're making me all that I was meant to be?
What if our love had never went away?
What if it's lost behind words we could never find?
Baby, before it's too late...

What about now? now that we're here,
Now that we've come this far, just hold on.
There is nothing to fear for I am right beside you.
For all my life, I am yours.

Tuesday, 4 November 2008



acrylic on canvas
12" x 24" x 3 pcs

Nov 2010 - May 2011 displayed at Zakuro 2 Japanese Restaurant,
Ground Floor, Lot 6, No.174-176 Jalan Ampang,
50450 Kuala Lumpur.


An allusion is a literary device that stimulates ideas, associations, and extra information in the reader's mind with only a word or two. Allusion means 'reference'. It relies on the reader being able to understand the allusion and being familiar with all of the meaning hidden behind the words.

Allusions in writing help the reader to visualize what's happening by evoking a mental picture. But the reader must be aware of the allusion and must be familiar with what it alludes to.

In general, the use of allusions by an author shows an expectation that the reader is familiar with the references made, otherwise the effect is lost. A piece of writing with many allusions (some of which may be very obscure) will be very rich with evoked images, but will do nothing for a reader who is not well-read.



acrylic on canvas
12" x 24"


1. a passing or casual reference; an incidental mention of something, either directly or by implication: an allusion to Shakespeare.
2. the act of alluding.
3. Obsolete. a metaphor; parable.