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In this brand new batik THE ROAD INTO BLUE HILL VILLAGE (2010) 20"x33", I wanted to do something that i have never done, something different. I imagined a peaceful place where people lived in little huts on a hillside surrounded by rivers on one side and blue hills on the other. However i didn't want to put in people, just the scenery. My favorite color is blue so i can't stop looking at this batik and thanking God for the work of my hands.

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DOMINIC said…
This one of my best works ever, i finished it on Aug 3rd, 2010. It shows the progress that i have made in my batiking over the last few years.
Anonymous said…
This is a great improvement from what used to do, it's more of a painting than a mere batik

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