It is more than what we expected from our boy. He was happy, excited and proud of his very 1st exhibition. He was like a perfect host going around talking to shoppers and asking them whether they like his work. He gladly explain his art and then very politely asked everyone to sign his guestbook and be his FAN.
It's my very own exhibition!
One of his Lego creation
Explaining to a shopper how to sign his guestbook
With grandaunt and grandmother
Our organiser who made this possible
Some of his work on display
Talking to some young fans
Explaining his art to a shopper
Many shoppers were surprised that the artist is a young child
I took Reese over to Bangsar Village 1 to check out the preparation for his exhibition. Oh my, Reese was sooooo excited. He was running around the whole area smiling and laughing. His dream of sharing his work with other children is finally happening. We hope through his work, other children will be inspired to draw and dream!
It was really amusing watching him going around telling others that he is the artist that drew the pictures on exhibit and when some kids started looking at his art... he asked me whether he has got new fans! :)
I have so much to update on Reese and yet I have no time to do so. Hopefully I will soon.... :)
Good news, Reese is finally going to have his very 1st solo exhibition and he will be the youngest artist to do so in Malaysia.
Do come and support Reese and don't forget to sign his guest book and write a comment or message to him.
There will be 5 lego structures built by Reese and 22 pieces of his art on display. We also donated 2 pieces of Reese's original work for silent auction. All proceeds will go to Bangsar Village Kids' for Kids' Charity Fund. This is your only chance to get an original art work by Reese.
Venue: Bangsar Village 1 (Concourse)
Date: 24th May - 2nd June
Time: 10am - 10pm
Reese made this huge poster asking visitors to sign his guest book and be his fan! :)
Reese was interviewed on Capital fm on Monday but we only managed a 'Hello' from him. The rest of the interview was done by me.
Reese was super excited seeing his own art work and photo on the poster at Bangsar Village