Lovely Guinea pig painting sold out!
Among my paintings, a watercolor painting of " Lovely guinea pig" was sold.
This year I got my first guinea pig. I told my daughter the day I decided to get a guinea pig.
“Mom is going to get a guinea pig.” My daughter replied. "Mother don't say to buy a guinea pig. You have to say that you'll bring it." I felt ashamed of her daughter's attitude.
Have I been thinking of lovable animals as objects since sometime? I never thought of them as objects, but unconsciously I was a consumer who thought I was buying them. Since then, I express myself as bringing animals.
If I put it this way, I would like to say that there is someone who took the picture guinea pig, not the person who bought my painting. He will hang a lovely picture of a guinea pig in his house. In my experience, since I became a family with guinea pigs, my house has been filled with laughter, big and small. It's hard to describe how much comfort and love these two little animals give me. I get love every day from my guinea pigs. Maybe that's why cleaning their cages, feeding them, changing their water, cutting their nails, and grooming them is effortless at all.
I hope that the lovely energy of this guinea pig will overflow to the artlover who took the painting.
Myungja Anna Koh