In the midst of focused journey on my batik, then the super challenges came. The heart of batik remains alive deep in my life but the priority must be shifted. I did the best I could do to support my husband who was battling with multiple cancer in the brain and to spare the time for batik.
Exactly on the day I finished my exhibition, my husband had an incident that required him to admit to hospital ….. again … and he never come back home anymore. RIP. I am still grateful that I managed to deliver the heart of batik together with ABC. Thank you Noosa Gallery. Thank you Jo Joyce. Thank you ABC.
Lots of batik creations I made to depicts about his brain. The creations reflect the journey of my personal life how I see the storm of life strikes me. At the beginning, I felt like the black clouds hovered my life and ready to engulf my whole life, but then …. I remember …. I am not alone! There is a Big Man with Mighty Hands who always available anytime to hold me up.
Slowly I will get back on my feet for my batik. I just need a little bit more time to allow the process after the loss of my husband. **