Zamar

Zamar copyright 2014 by Vivian Cheung

Zamar copyright 2014 by Vivian Cheung


This is a gift for my friend and band mate Beth on her birthday next month. She is such a gifted musician not only with her French horn but also with her cello (see the post on “Sofia”). I was challenged by the twists and turns of the tubing but in the end, I think they came out just fine. With the red hair, the green gown, and the almost Celtic design of the horn, it has an Irish air about it.

Seasons Come and Seasons Go

Changes copyright 2013 by Vivian Cheung

Changes copyright 2013 by Vivian Cheung

A new flyer for our band Homespun Royale. Since summer is over and fall is arriving, I wanted to convey that seasonal change. The lamp is a homage to the Narnia-like atmosphere of our September venue (they actually have a lamppost in their backyard).
Awesome graphic design courtesy of the always creative and surprising Nathan Baird.

Ruby

Playful copyright 2013 by Vivian Cheung

Playful copyright 2013 by Vivian Cheung

When I was a little girl, I came across two violins from the days when my father was a young man. I’ve always wished he would play them again and teach me how to make the strings sing in a bright, sparkling, and lively way.

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Sofia

Flow of Music copyright 2013 by Vivian Cheung

Flow of Music copyright 2013 by Vivian Cheung

I’ve always loved the sound of the cello but am too undisciplined to learn to play it. (That’s why I picked up the electric bass.) The cello’s full and sonorous tones reminds me of the ocean.
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Abominable Ice Cream Boy

Abominable Ice Cream Boy copyright 2013 by Vivian Cheung

Abominable Ice Cream Boy copyright 2013 by Vivian Cheung

Ice cream cones and popsicles are such a treat on a hot day, even the abominable snowboy is loving them. My sister-in-law suggested that I have him biting off the heads of popsicle-shaped children. As much as I would like to, we need to keep it
G-rated as this will be used to promote our family friendly music concert.