Lily Pang Art

Lily Pang Art

Monday, June 30, 2008


I love curves of some old bridges, especially those from my home town. This illustration is designed from a photo of one of the bridges.

Printer of heavy archival paper,

size: 8.5 x 11, image size: 8 x 10, $18 + $5 S & H

Friday, June 27, 2008

Seaside and On Dawanda Curator List

I came across the idea of using nice curve to represent waves. I just create this piece to use the waves.

Just share a good news. One of my illustrations, Indian Summer is curated by Dawanda. Please visit for more information.

Print on heavy archival paper
size: 8.5" x 11", image is around 8" x 10", $18 + $5 S & H

Thursday, June 26, 2008

A Small Village

This is a computer illustration. I used a reference for this piece from a photo in a magazine. It is a flight magazine I read when I came back from China.

To constantly have ideas to create new work, I have to look out to everything that come to my sight.

Print on heavy archival paper of 280gsm.
size: 8.5" x 11", image size is about 8" x 10", $18 + $5 S & H

Tuesday, June 24, 2008

In the Garden

In the last two days I was working on this piece. I try to depict a peaceful and relaxing moment of a beautiful women. I want to create something beautiful with patterns and soothing colors, not so much concentrate on light and shades.

Acrylic on heavy watercolor paper of 300lb
size: 16 x 20, $350 + 20 s & h

Sunday, June 22, 2008

The Gaze and The Singapore Arts Street 2008

The Detail
The last two days I was at the Singapore Arts Street 2008. It was a very interesting event. It was held in the HDB heartland and I was able to get some feeling of how ordinary people in Singapore viewing art.

Many people came to see the exhibition. A lot of them spent quite a long time viewing paintings one by one, especially for those modern abstract art created by art school students. I think Singaporean are really art loving people.

I am very happy to find some very interesting exhibitions. One is the Peranakan art created by the famous Singapore Artist Tung Yue Nang. I had a very good conversation with him and got some valuable advises from the veteran artist.

He has been spent last 10 years focusing on the Peranakan series that depict the beautiful Peranakan culture. The following is one of them at the exhibition.

The another interesting show is the folk art painting. There was a demonstration by the artist on the site. I got to see the whole process of developing some beautiful flower, bird, and landscape motifs. If you are interested, the artists also hold classes for you to learn. Just drop by next weekends to find out more.

About the "The Gaze", long time I have been thinking of creating something very beautiful and warm in colors. I love to paint beautiful girls and this how the painting is created.

Acrylic on Stretched Canvas,

Size: 16 x 20, $350 + $40 S & H

Thursday, June 19, 2008

Among the Flowers and Singpare Arts Street

I haven't do any work for one and half months. Everyday in China I was surrounded by two little girls, my sister's two year old and my one year old.

The little two year old girl loves painting and wants to paint with me all the time. She paints very well. I was wondering if she is especially talented or every two year old likes painting as well.

This is the painting developed from a sketch that I painted for the little girl.

I am also preparing for a show at this and next weekends. It is Singapore Arts Street 2008. Hope to see you there!

Acrylic on Stretched Canvas
Size: 16 x 20, $250 + $40 S & H

Monday, June 16, 2008

China Trip

First, I'd like to think all the people who are concerned with my safety during my visit in China. Just let all of you know that the place I was visiting was far away from the earthquake area. I was safe and sound.

I really feel shock and sad to watch the miserable earthquake news. I hope for the speed recovery of the disaster area both physically and mentally.

I have no access to my blog from China's Internet somehow. I am sorry I couldn't post any message.

Except from the earthquake news, I had a wonderful time in Ningbo, my hometown.

I love to walk on the street to see how different the place is comparing to the time when I left to USA. Sometime I am thinking, what will happen to me if I stayed in China .

I share some of the photos that I managed to take. With a baby in my hand, I missed many exciting scenes.
  • Birthday Party
The biggest event was my baby's first year birthday. She was so happy with the big cake and her grandmother.

The birthday girl had a big birthday party in a hotel. She had a very good time with her grandparents, aunties, uncles and cousins.

  • Visiting East Lake
East lake is a very beautiful natural lake in my hometown. It is huge and surrounded by mountains. If you are thinking of visiting Ningbo, this is a place you must visit.

  • Unique and interesting scenes
It is fun to see many unique scenes that you will not find somewhere else.

When you see a doctor, you are not left alone with him. All other eager patients will surround you and your doctor, listen to all the discussion between yours. Haha... No secrets allowed.

Job training is for exhibition. You can see many such employee training scenes in the service lines on the street.

  • Booming Property Market
If you are lucky and be able to catch china's property market, you will be very rich now. High quality apartment and houses are everywhere in China. Cities are expanding vastly and cover the land used to be plantation for rice and vegetables.

If you want to make money, I guess China is a good place.

That's all for today's post. I'll try to catch all of you and your blogs ASAP.