Anchored Sailboat

Anchored Sailboat, Oil Painting by Yong, 35 x 50 cm, Expressionism, Pallette, Antique Modern Frame, Private Collection, No Sale!

Pallette Painting:

A palette (pronounced), in the original sense of the word, is a rigid, flat surface on which a painter arranges and mixes paints. A palette is usually made of wood, plastic, ceramic, or other hard, inert, nonporous material, and can vary greatly in size and shape. The most commonly known type of painter’s palette is made of a thin wood board designed to be held in the artist’s hand and rest on the artist’s arm.

From the original, literal sense above came a figurative sense by extension, referring to a selection of colors, as used in a specific art object or in a group of works comprising a visual style. This second, figurative sense is the one extended in the digital era to the computing senses of  “palette”.

About TOMOSAN

TOMOSAN is an artist, entrepreneur, leader, who have a dream for develop and educating disadvantaged children through the talents. TOMOSAN as a painter has produced hundreds of works which have been sold to almost the whole world, and some of his works to be auctioned for charity fundraiser. TOMOSAN as an entrepreneur has some conventional companies, e-commerce, virtual firms which pioneered the business along with several colleagues. TOMOSAN as a leader has created hundreds of entrepreneurs and leaders of character personalities, who currently heads several foundations and organizations.
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