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Student's Artwork VI

Students' works that I have collected during my teaching days. These artworks do not represent the best work. They are merely what I prefer in certain circumstances. Copyright and credit belongs to individual student.

SITI NURUL ASYIQIN BINTI MOHD NAZRI
MUHAMMAD FADHLI DZIL IKRAM BIN OTHMAN
ADLI ZHAFRI BIN HADI
MOHAMMAD AZWAN ASMAWI BIN AHMAD AZIZU
DEVVIAN XONA DUNGKIN @ ROZES
ADLI ZHAFRI BIN HADI
AMMAR SHUKRI BIN MOHD GHAZALI
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SEAS

Seas - inspired by Mark Rothko’s masterpiece. It is so very commonplaces are these elements, the main foundation in life and they hardly attract attention―and yet they bestow our very existence. The beginnings of life are shrouded in myth: Climate and weather, even the quality of the air people breathe, depend in great measure on interplay between the sea and the atmosphere in ways still not fully understood. Living miracles naturally generated from sea in the presence of light, though that could just as easily suggest random coincidence as a Divinity. With its enormity and unknown, has ever been part of human consciousness. As mystery gave way to mastery, whole bodies of custom, tradition and law arose defining the rights. Mystery of mysteries, sea right there before us. Every time I view the sea, I feel a calming and sedative sense of sanctuary; I embark on a journey of seeing and believing in Creator.






Student's Artwork IV

Students' works that I have collected during my teaching days. These artworks do not represent the best work. They are merely what I prefer in certain circumstances. Copyright and credit belongs to individual student.
NUR AIDA FAZIERA BINTI KAMARUDDIN

NORSYAMIMI BINTI ROSLI
MOHAMAD ZULHELMI BIN MOHAMAD KHAPIF
NURUL HANI BINTI JOHARI
SHARIFAH NOORUL BALKISH BINTI SYED MOHAMAD

MOHAMAD ZULHELMI BIN MOHAMAD KHAPIF

FARAH AMIRAH BINTI MADZLAN








Student's Artwork III

Students' works that I have collected during my teaching days. These artworks do not represent the best work. They are merely what I prefer in certain circumstances. Copyright and credit belongs to individual student.

CHING POH HUI
CHING POH HUI
HASANUDDIN BIN SUMAILA
INTAN SYAFINAZ BINTI AMRAN
MUHAMMAD AFIQ BIN MOHAMAD ALI
NENA NEDIHA BINTI YAHYA
WENNY ANAK AUGUST

Student's ArtWork II

Students' works that I have collected during my teaching days. These artworks do not represent the best work. They are merely what I prefer in certain circumstances. Copyright and credit belongs to individual student.
AIN NURAFIQAH BINTI ZAINAL
CHE NUR SHAHIDA HUSNA BINTI CHE LUDIN
HAMIDAH BINTI ABDUL RAHMAN
HAMIDAH BINTI ABDUL RAHMAN
KHOO YEE LI
NIK RASIDAH BINTI NIK LEH
NUR SYUHADAH BINTI YA'ACOB
NYONYA COLORS (GROUP PROJECT)
SUHAIDA BINTI JAAFAR
YAP WAN TING

Dancing in the Azure Sky's Series

The ‘Wau’ comes almost second to none. A favorite pastime in the old days, it is today regarded as an art form albeit close to extinction; as the country’s younger generation looks to new forms of artistic interpretation and self-expression. The art of ‘Wau’ making an elaborate symbolism connects the ‘Wau’ to the human soul and to the operation of shamanism and magic.
It is a combination of ‘Wau’ and light technology in order to produce an abstract natural kinetics images from the ‘Wau’ movement. It’s been recorded using a bulb technique while the ‘Wau’ was flown in the air. We always have been captivated by the Wau’s design and motif that really close to our culture. In this particular project we not only able to see the beautiful design a motif but we able to see the beautiful of the ‘Wau’ gesture.

“My art is made of experiment in lights that are then digitally combined with photo and emotion; expression, it is employed as textures, forms, contrasts, lines and kinetics and shifts the…