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Bassalian 13

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55.9 x 55.9 cm (22 x 22 inches) including 2 inch border - Edition of 50
Actual artwork is 45.7 x 45.7 cm (18 x 18 inches)

76.2 x 76.2 cm (30 x 30 inches) including 2 inch border - Edition of 30
Actual artwork is 66 x 66 cm (26 x 26 inches)
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Bassalian 13
by David Mitchell

Bassalian 5

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55.9 x 55.9 cm (22 x 22 inches) including 2 inch border - Edition of 50
Actual artwork is 45.7 x 45.7 cm (18 x 18 inches)

76.2 x 76.2 cm (30 x 30 inches) including 2 inch border - Edition of 30
Actual artwork is 66 x 66 cm (26 x 26 inches)
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Bassalian 5
by David Mitchell

Bassalian 6

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55.9 x 55.9 cm (22 x 22 inches) including 2 inch border - Edition of 50
Actual artwork is 45.7 x 45.7 cm (18 x 18 inches)

76.2 x 76.2 cm (30 x 30 inches) including 2 inch border - Edition of 30
Actual artwork is 66 x 66 cm (26 x 26 inches)
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Bassalian 6
by David Mitchell

An Effort Most Futile #6

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An Effort Most Futile Series

This work is based on my personal interest and genuine concern about our Environment; Pollution, Deforestation and the various ill effects our Modern Life have on the Earth.

I believe that Illustration can do much more than decorate; illustration can tell inspiring stories that can potentially touch audiences emotionally. With this project, I am trying to use Illustration as a tool to communicate and share my concerns with the reader.

Although I am very concerned about the Environment and truly wish to help and be part of a solution, I feel it is really not simple and not as easy done as commonly advocated. Pollution and the Destruction of our Environment occurs on such a very large scale, that rescuing it is really beyond me as an individual. This set of illustration seeks to put into perspective our tiny, personal existence and enlarge the negative effects we have made and continue to make on our environ- ment. My story seeks to illustrate how trying and challenging (I feel) saving our natural Environ- ment can be.

Taking an almost Fatalist stance, I imagine myself in situations where I might really make a differ- ence only to realize that I am unable to. I imagine myself riding a bicycle on a crusade, only to be overwhelmed by deforestation; trying to clean up trash in the seas only to have my boat over- loaded; desperately reaching out for a drowning seal only to be dragged under. The various situations attempt to parallel the hopelessness I feel about my personal efforts and the tragedy in my clumsy attempts at Environmental conservation.

By spinning an exaggerated and tragic tale of Environmental Rescue, I aim to question the impact of my individual conservation attempts; whether I can truly make an individual difference because in the end, however hard I may try, I am still going to be adding to rather than aiding the situation. Through the story of my futile crusade, I hope to reinforce an idea that rather than going at it alone, we have to work together before we can really see any significant improvements, otherwise, things will hardly change.


Edition of 5
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An Effort Most Futile #6
by Tan Zi Xi

An Effort Most Futile #8

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An Effort Most Futile Series

This work is based on my personal interest and genuine concern about our Environment; Pollution, Deforestation and the various ill effects our Modern Life have on the Earth.

I believe that Illustration can do much more than decorate; illustration can tell inspiring stories that can potentially touch audiences emotionally. With this project, I am trying to use Illustration as a tool to communicate and share my concerns with the reader.

Although I am very concerned about the Environment and truly wish to help and be part of a solution, I feel it is really not simple and not as easy done as commonly advocated. Pollution and the Destruction of our Environment occurs on such a very large scale, that rescuing it is really beyond me as an individual. This set of illustration seeks to put into perspective our tiny, personal existence and enlarge the negative effects we have made and continue to make on our environ- ment. My story seeks to illustrate how trying and challenging (I feel) saving our natural Environ- ment can be.

Taking an almost Fatalist stance, I imagine myself in situations where I might really make a differ- ence only to realize that I am unable to. I imagine myself riding a bicycle on a crusade, only to be overwhelmed by deforestation; trying to clean up trash in the seas only to have my boat over- loaded; desperately reaching out for a drowning seal only to be dragged under. The various situations attempt to parallel the hopelessness I feel about my personal efforts and the tragedy in my clumsy attempts at Environmental conservation.

By spinning an exaggerated and tragic tale of Environmental Rescue, I aim to question the impact of my individual conservation attempts; whether I can truly make an individual difference because in the end, however hard I may try, I am still going to be adding to rather than aiding the situation. Through the story of my futile crusade, I hope to reinforce an idea that rather than going at it alone, we have to work together before we can really see any significant improvements, otherwise, things will hardly change.


Edition of 5
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An Effort Most Futile #8
by Tan Zi Xi

An Effort Most Futile #7

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An Effort Most Futile Series

This work is based on my personal interest and genuine concern about our Environment; Pollution, Deforestation and the various ill effects our Modern Life have on the Earth.

I believe that Illustration can do much more than decorate; illustration can tell inspiring stories that can potentially touch audiences emotionally. With this project, I am trying to use Illustration as a tool to communicate and share my concerns with the reader.

Although I am very concerned about the Environment and truly wish to help and be part of a solution, I feel it is really not simple and not as easy done as commonly advocated. Pollution and the Destruction of our Environment occurs on such a very large scale, that rescuing it is really beyond me as an individual. This set of illustration seeks to put into perspective our tiny, personal existence and enlarge the negative effects we have made and continue to make on our environ- ment. My story seeks to illustrate how trying and challenging (I feel) saving our natural Environ- ment can be.

Taking an almost Fatalist stance, I imagine myself in situations where I might really make a differ- ence only to realize that I am unable to. I imagine myself riding a bicycle on a crusade, only to be overwhelmed by deforestation; trying to clean up trash in the seas only to have my boat over- loaded; desperately reaching out for a drowning seal only to be dragged under. The various situations attempt to parallel the hopelessness I feel about my personal efforts and the tragedy in my clumsy attempts at Environmental conservation.

By spinning an exaggerated and tragic tale of Environmental Rescue, I aim to question the impact of my individual conservation attempts; whether I can truly make an individual difference because in the end, however hard I may try, I am still going to be adding to rather than aiding the situation. Through the story of my futile crusade, I hope to reinforce an idea that rather than going at it alone, we have to work together before we can really see any significant improvements, otherwise, things will hardly change.


Edition of 5
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An Effort Most Futile #7
by Tan Zi Xi

Concord 2

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55.9 x 55.9 cm (22 x 22 inches) including 2 inch border - Edition of 50
Actual artwork is 45.7 x 45.7 cm (18 x 18 inches)

76.2 x 76.2 cm (30 x 30 inches) including 2 inch border - Edition of 30
Actual artwork is 66 x 66 cm (26 x 26 inches)
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Concord 2
by David Mitchell

Concord 5

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55.9 x 55.9 cm (22 x 22 inches) including 2 inch border - Edition of 50
Actual artwork is 45.7 x 45.7 cm (18 x 18 inches)

76.2 x 76.2 cm (30 x 30 inches) including 2 inch border - Edition of 30
Actual artwork is 66 x 66 cm (26 x 26 inches)
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Concord 5
by David Mitchell

Concord 6

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55.9 x 55.9 cm (22 x 22 inches) including 2 inch border - Edition of 50
Actual artwork is 45.7 x 45.7 cm (18 x 18 inches)

76.2 x 76.2 cm (30 x 30 inches) including 2 inch border - Edition of 30
Actual artwork is 66 x 66 cm (26 x 26 inches)
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Concord 6
by David Mitchell

Cityscape - Blue Skies

In his abstraction series, Sivilay explores the notion of rapid change found in modern cities - often perturbed by the speed of urbanisation, loss of tradition, and environmental degeneration.

By applying layers upon layers of paint and the deliberate use of his palette knife, the artist captures his own confrontation with change around him and expresses the hopeful yearning for renewal through his artworks.

Oil on Canvas. This work will come rolled.
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Cityscape - Blue Skies
by Sivilay Souvannasing

City Dreams 4

In his abstraction series, Sivilay explores the notion of rapid change found in modern cities - often perturbed by the speed of urbanisation, loss of tradition, and environmental degeneration. By applying layers upon layers of paint and the deliberate use of his palette knife, the artist captures his own confrontation with change around him and expresses the hopeful yearning for renewal through his artworks.

Oil on Canvas. This work will come rolled.
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City Dreams 4
by Sivilay Souvannasing

Cityscape - Dreams in Pink

In his abstraction series, Sivilay explores the notion of rapid change found in modern cities - often perturbed by the speed of urbanisation, loss of tradition, and environmental degeneration.

By applying layers upon layers of paint and the deliberate use of his palette knife, the artist captures his own confrontation with change around him and expresses the hopeful yearning for renewal through his artworks.

Oil on Canvas. This work will come rolled.
2014
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Cityscape - Dreams in Pink
by Sivilay Souvannasing


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