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The picture of bare stalks of lotus flowers rising above water (above) was what got Mr Lin interested in the collaboration.

The works (including the one above) were created when Mr Kwek had his photographs printed on fine art paper for Mr Lin, who would then write verses and add art work without further discussions.

A seamless collaboration between visuals and verse

Lin Lu Zai and Kwek Leng Joo create a fresh art format in Singapore.
Oct 23, 2015 5:50 AM

THE traditional format of Chinese flower-and-bird painting is easily recognised. There is some insect or animal amid flora, and then a poem or verse - usually executed by one artist who has to master both painting, poetry and calligraphy.

But what if the artist decided to collaborate with

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