Saturday, April 30, 2011

Splash of Creativity in the Studio

I was planning to attend an opening in the city, but decided to stay home to work today. When my art is calling for me, I'm just not in the mood to be out there. Doodling something, refining my transferred drawing on canvas, or touching up my paintings while listening to some Balinese ambient music sound perfect than going out today.

This week, I was busy finishing up this small oil painting on paper for "Sanrio for Smiles" exhibition during MiJapan 2011 festival in Italy. It's an exhibition benefiting the people in Japan and will be held at Chiostri dell'Umanitaria in Milan.

Paper is my second favorite surface after linen. I don't really have any particular reasons than it just feels different but feels right in my heart...hehe.


Play with Me. oil on paper. 2011



Silly doodle ^^


Besides being productive in the studio, DH and I also had a bit of fun date. DH's school has this hotel management program where they train and grade the students by building a real restaurant setting on campus. They charge a very affordable price for a three course meal plus dessert. Let's just say it's below $10 per person. It's nice that I don't need to cook for a day and we get a chance to have a fancy date without the fancy price:)


Yummy Surf and Turf

8 comments:

Amalia K said...

Hey Heidi. I see you've been busy? Painting, doodling, dining, not to mention gallery tours! Lucky you! :))

Anyway, great to be back here to see your wonderful work! Hope you're having lovely days.

Arabella said...

I love your silly doodle!

Vanilla said...

This is beautiful, the colours really stand out and all the little details are incredible!

Heidi Alamanda said...

Amal: you've been busy yourself with your shops, illustration work, blog, and of course your pregnancy:) Thanks Amal.

Miss Bella: thank you..hehe

Vanilla: glad you like my little painting:)

Shelley Whiting said...

Wow love your sense of color. Your art is very whimsical and imaginative.

Heidi Alamanda said...

Hi Shelley, thanks for your sweet words:) Glad you like them.

Shayla said...

YOUR ARTWORK IS AMAZING! I can't believe I just now stumbled upon your work. It is gorgeous!

Heidi Alamanda said...

Thanks Shayla! I just checked out your blog. Very cute and creative:)