Asian Ancestry

Chinese Old Man and Little Boy Marble Bric-A-Brac

Chinese Old Man and Little Boy Marble Bric-A-Brac

I was rummaging through my old photos and found this – a photo of a bric-a-brac that serves as a memorabilia of my ancestors. A few months back, I was looking for a subject to shoot at and stumbled upon Mom’s collection.

She loves collecting antiques. Being the inquisitive me, I find pleasure adoring the marvelous carvings of every sculpture.

If there’s another hobby that I would like to learn, it would be sculpting. Isn’t it amazing how sculptors can create a miniature, 3-dimensional replica of a particular figure that is very well-proportioned?

Yes, they say it is all about proportion and an eye for the aesthetics. Creations made possible by them, who we call,  “the artists.”

Something that is quite hard to achieve but interesting to learn. 😀


2 thoughts on “Asian Ancestry

  1. Exquisite post.Art in general soothes the soul and takes the artist to a special world .l play music.Regards.jalal ;’;l


    • Thank you, Jalal. 🙂 I must agree with you. Art is a refuge, same with music. It heals the soul. Keep on playing music and heal other souls too. 🙂


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