About Nicholas Choong
Nicholas Choong’s style can best be described as colourful and traditional, with a contemporary flair. His work borders on semi-realism and has been revered for his work with light and shadows. His favourite subjects are landscapes and portraits, but he occasionally uses mixed media and experiments with various drawing tools to create different works of art. Presently, Nicholas spends his time painting abstracts. His technique, language and expression are easily noticeable in his large washes, jagged cuts, contrast and play of colours on the canvas. In his traditional paintings, Nicholas works in a series-based format and is known for his strong ink and line work.
About the artwork
This Nicholas Choong abstract painting depicts the city at twilight. These cityscapes are based off the Kuala Lumpur skyline. He has been working on these paintings for a few years. These cityscapes are meant to capture the monumental buildings and towers that are rife in any busy metropolitan city across the world. They are a reminder that even in these overcrowded steel skylines, there is beauty and energy in everything. As these paintings are not representational of any one road, car or street, they are compositions formed out of trial and error, failure and a determination to get it right. in other works, grit and stubbornness (on his part) to reach a higher level of artistic mastery. These paintings are not representational of any one car, road, street or building but are compositions that depict general KL cityscape which has it's contrasts and qualities in the old vs new / concrete vs steel. This artwork is oil on board, and framed.
H 101 cm x W 101 cm x D 3 cm
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