Asia art: Alive without breath

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When I saw these images for the first time, I was sure that I was looking at a very strange photograph. But no – this is a new school of Asian art.

This style of painting was pioneered by a Japanese artist named Riusuke Fukahori. The torch has now been passed to Singapore based Keng Lye.

The realistic effect is produced by painting with acrylics on multiple layers of clear resin. Lye has titled this series of paintings “Alive Without Breath,” and has not yet made any of them available for purchase.

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When I saw these images for the first time, I was sure that I was looking at a very strange photograph. But no – this is a new school of Asian art. This style of painting was pioneered by a Japanese artist named Riusuke Fukahori. The torch has now been passed to Singapore based Keng Lye. The realistic effect is produced by painting with acrylics on multiple layers of clear resin. Lye has titled this series of paintings “Alive Without Breath,” and has not yet made any of them available for purchase.  

When I saw these images for the first time, I was sure that I was looking at a very strange photograph. But no – this is a new school of Asian art.

This style of painting was pioneered by a Japanese artist named Riusuke Fukahori. The torch has now been passed to Singapore based Keng Lye.

The realistic effect is produced by painting with acrylics on multiple layers of clear resin. Lye has titled this series of paintings “Alive Without Breath,” and has not yet made any of them available for purchase.

kenglye3dresinpaintings7

kenglye3dresinpaintings9

kenglye3dresinpaintings3

kenglye3dresinpaintings1

kenglye3dresinpaintings2

 



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Investvine has been a consistent voice in ASEAN news for more than a decade. From breaking news to exclusive interviews with key ASEAN leaders, we have brought you factual and engaging reports – the stories that matter, free of charge.

Like many news organisations, we are striving to survive in an age of reduced advertising and biased journalism. Our mission is to rise above today’s challenges and chart tomorrow’s world with clear, dependable reporting.

Support us now with a donation of your choosing. Your contribution will help us shine a light on important ASEAN stories, reach more people and lift the manifold voices of this dynamic, influential region.

 

 

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