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Carol Cheong 🌱  AMOS4:13 Multi-disciplinary cyacheong@gmail.com

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A whirlwind of emotions lately.🎈☁
Gouache on panel

Currently punching out a million colours to get some new color palettes and ideas for the future direction of my art.

Frogs and flies and flies and frogs.
Sometimes quick sketches turn out better than the prints and sometimes I'm just experimenting with colours. Swipe!

Thanks UofT! You have been kind. πŸŽ“πŸŽˆπŸŽ‰
To the graduating class of 2017, WE MADE IT!!! Here's to all the sleepless nights, the long critiques, and most importantly the wonderful friendships. Thank you to all those that helped me grow as a creative and encouraged me, for all your kind words and sugar because you know this one has a massive sweet tooth. ✨ GOOD LUCK TO ALL OF US, 🍻 to our future endeavors! *toss caps*
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Happy Father's day! I'm actually downtown at Artscape (@youngplaceto) today for a performance with 4 other girls, directed by my professor, Juliana Pivato, called "Tumblebook". If any of you are in the area and want to stop by Trinity Bellwoods Park to see what we're doing, please do come and visit Artscape because happening right now is the Toronto Art Book Fair (@torontoartbookfair)!

I love bookbinding when I find gems like this tangram print/decorative paper. So here's me practicing how to bind hardcovers from what Google taught me. Swipe to see!βœŒπŸŽ“

Happy Saturday!
"Deep Sea Fish (Anglerfish)"

Fact: I think Anglerfish are cool.
Work in progress.

✌ Thanks UofT.

"Jumbo Shrimp"
The detail on the shrimp isn't as clean in my sketchbook, swipe and zoom in the details photo to see how cute they are 🍀🌊

Colours, design, print. "Jumbo Shrimp" in the works.

A work-in-progress where the end is near. Soon we will all be jellyfishing! πŸŽ£πŸ™
DID YOU KNOW: There's a species of small jellyfish which are also known as the immortal jellyfish? The Turritopsis Dohrnii knows how to "reset" itself after an attack, allowing itself to cycle in a way between baby and adulthood.
Swipe for more jellyfish!

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