bei le xian paintings

posted by the scholar on March 21st, 2008
filed under: art, for kids, paintings

i like eggs, which must be part of the reason why i am enjoying the simple curves of these watercolor, pastel and acrylic paintings from singapore artist bei le xian. i see eggs. i also like the playful themes.

bei_le_xian_hiding

bei_le_xian_lucky_8_rat_painting

bei_le_xian_2_owls_painting

bei_le_xian_pebbles_painting

 

the hiding elephant is my favorite.

see more original works and prints at bei le’s etsy shop.


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2 Responses to “bei le xian paintings”

  1. Scott Bulger Photography Says:

    I like the two rocks on the bottom. Giving human qualities to animals is one thing, but giving them to inanimate objects I really enjoy. thanks for bringing this work to light.

  2. the scholar Says:

    hi scott,

    that pebbles painting is about love and protection but it doesn’t look like the little one is too appreciative of it. 🙂

    thanks for the visit and the interesting observation!

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