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4 Chambers

This is my fourth exhibition this year. It had been so amazing and exciting creating works and seeing them being exhibited and garnering response from friends and fans of my work. So much to learn and understand in this whole process of getting my work into the hands of the buyers and I still have lots to learn in promoting and selling my work. So grateful that there are so many people helping in this whole process of an artist's journey. I am also actively getting the Galleries to sell my work and one huge thankyou to Tembusu and MayaGallery.
Here is my poster and flyer.

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