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Chasing the Dragon

Dreaming of the dragon, capturing their uniqueness, imagining their prowess, dreaming up their form, referencing her closest relative – the Varanus Nebulosus


Choo Meng Foo

In one of my exhibition I collaborated with Artists and requested them to add to my line drawing. The collaboration was very revealing and enjoyable – unraveling the other artists' intention and process. I even have Yen Phang, painted on the spot with music by Justin and Jason. Of course with wine and light refreshment. 
This series is about dragon. The closest I could find in reality is the various genus of Lizard. Here the viewer are invited to add to the drawing as they would. 
Here are some possible pieces which I had done with reference to the photographs I had take. Here I had spontaneously drew portion of the image. The audience can than refer to the photographs if they wish and add their own interpretation.  











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 The Vegetable Street, 27th Jan 2015
Choo Meng Foo Ink on Acid Free Paper 149mm x 210mm The Little India Series $650
Description Drawn with Platinum Desk Pen 14K EF Nib with Atramentis Archive Ink.  Along The Buffalo Road are many shops selling vegetables and through the years the numbers have increased. Selling vegetables have perhaps been more profitable than selling spices. Daisy Green occupies two shop lots and it is one whose business is flourishing. The displays overflow to the five-foot ways and turns round the corner along the partition wall. Every space is worthy of more business opportunity. The shop intrudes into public spaces, calling out to the passerby. It becomes a certain social, s…