|Daf and Jennifer|
When Daf came to Kuching, he left behind a well earned fame carved in granite. (For more info on DAF, check out http://thestar.com.my/metro/story.asp?file=/2008/7/16/southneast/21793920 and
With no good carving stone available around Kuching, one may easily guess that Daf found himself at the edge, somehow the right place to be when you need to reinvent yourself. Like the Fool in a tarot deck, a new Daf came out of the cave, stepping out to a new life, fresh and optimistic, fully confident. He had found his new media in the famous Sarawak clay, there was no stopping him to express his talent and create, more daring, more personal and always larger. We are so lucky to be able to see his extraordinary work until the 31st of March 2010, during the “Crossing Borders” art exhibition at Galleria, Wesberly House, Lot 2812, Block 195, Rubber Road West, Kuching Tel: 60 082 246197 .
The exhibition features not only Daf’s work but also paintings by local artist Melton.
Daf and Melton
One of Milton's Paintings