Bright beacon

By | July 27, 2013

The paintings during a Trick Art Museum during i-City are two-dimensional, butpainted in a approach that gives an sense of abyss where there is none.The paintings during a Trick Art Museum during i-City are two-dimensional, but
painted in a approach that gives an sense of abyss where there is none.

AS NIGHT falls, i-City Shah Alam is remade into a enchanting universe of lights. The city of digital lights comes alive, bright by a crowd of phony LED lights.

A small gem tucked divided in a dilemma of this fairytale land is a Trick Art Museum, that showcases a ancient art of trompe l’oeil (French for “to mistreat a eye”). Often employed in murals, this technique gives a apparition of picturesque imagery.

All a paintings during a museum are two-dimensional, though embellished in a approach that gives an sense of abyss and volume where there is none. The romantic paintings in this museum are divided into 5 themes: masterpieces, Egyptian, sea life, animal dominion and complicated classics.

A revisit here creates for a lot of fun generally as visitors are speedy to be partial of a scene.

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