To add an historical dimension to Son’s work at Chula, some very fine silhouette prints of trees casting night shadows merge into the shadows of the altar room cum workshop cum display cum reception area. A couple also linger like memories on a sitting room wall
Another wall is highlighted by Son’s recent and exceptional prints of local Karaoke parlors on Do paper.
To view Son’s work just roll up to Chula anytime between, say 9 and 5 on working days and you’ll be able to wander freely through the pavilions and appreciate it all.
For art lovers and, in particular for lovers and makers of photography, Son will be giving a talk about his work on Saturday, October13, 5.30 to 7pm. A good time to enjoy the sunset over the lake at Chula, to socialize with a complimentary sangria or too, listen to some cool music and then sit back and relax on a fascinating photographic journey
Diego is an outstanding professional photographer too and as he has given Son’s work the seal of approval, it must be top notch.
PS: photographs aside, what initially sold me on Son were his ‘New Higher Level’ paintings on silk. These were buildings under construction and swathed in billowing striped canvas cloth.
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