This is a new journal.
This is a new blog that shall continue recording my artistic progress.
This is a promise to keep myself more active on the net.
This blog has started since December, when the website was live – however I do know I have been neglecting its online presence to focus on the reality. And that reality has so far been production work, marketing events at trade and art fairs, working with new clients, selling at odd days and places, and etcetera.
I am thankful to those who have reminded me of the importance of keeping myself “alive” and “communicative” online, despite the hectic reality. I am thus ready to expose a little of Chau Art in progress with you, my dear followers; I would not like you to think me idle while I have been online silent to focus on the restless production for the fall/winter season.
Before long, I would like to share Chau Art's very first Internet exposure on Costworld Allure magazine. I have had the privilege to meet the gay and charming David who included the business for his report post on the Malvern Spring Show 2015 (read here).
I am expanding the collection which, as you can see, is heavily inspired by the romanticism and nuance of nature. This may explain why they are so popular wherever I bring them to: each card is a flower, a statement of affection, on paper- ever lasting and could be framed for the recipient! I am working on a lot more now, and am eager to come back to show you even more works...