Bund in Shanghai, China, in Front of the Custom House (Clock Tower)

Bund in Shanghai, China, in Front of the Custom House (Clock Tower)

2018
Gouache on paper
7.4 x 9.6 in

Bund in Shanghai, China, in Front of the Custom House (Clock Tower) is a gouache painting of The Bund, one of Shanghai’s top attractions. From here you can view Shanghai’s modern skyline on the east side of the Huangpu River and Shanghai’s British colonial skyline on the west side. It’s a topsy-turvy mix of East and West.

The clock tower is actually the old Custom House building.

“FangFang and I came here a day before our trip to Myanmar (See Myanmar paintings here.) Our evening in Shanghai was spent getting utterly soaked in the pouring rain, which like Forrest Gump says in the film, “We been through every kind of rain there is. Little bitty stingin’ rain… and big ol’ fat rain. Rain that flew in sideways. And sometimes rain even seemed to come straight up from underneath.”

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Bund in Shanghai, China, in Front of the Custom House (Clock Tower) is featured in the art catalogue Dave Alber: Travel Art 2018: Part 1: Intimations.

Only the rare art catalogue can take you on journeys to faraway places and help you bridge cultural understanding with an immersed experience in the traveler’s journey.

Travel Art: 2018 Part 1: Intimations contains:

• 23 paintings reflecting life in China, Myanmar, and Nepal
• 4 travel articles
• 2 pages of hand painted comic art
• as well as the artist’s statement and biography

Read more about Travel Art: 2018 Part 1: Intimations HERE! 

Bund in Shanghai, China, in Front of the Custom House (Clock Tower) is part of the ongoing series, Travel Art.

What does travel mean for you? Does it mean enjoying romantic sunsets on a faraway beach? Does it mean visiting the city of your dreams? Does it mean an adventurous journey to remote locations far off the beaten track; enriching yourself with a cultural experience; or exploring the depths of ancient civilizations?

“I hope that my Travel Art touches and enlivens your sense of fascination and wonder about the world we live in. I also hope that this Travel Art becomes a conversational bridge between your own unique travel experiences and the collective sharing of the magical quality of the journey. The truth is… we live in an amazing world and the continuity of art and culture is one of the great human contributions to that world. With Travel Art, I don’t aim to break this continuity — the shock of the new — but rather to add the “voice” of my brush (even in the smallest of ways) upon this long conversation of life enrichment that remains the sustained contribution of the transmission of art and culture through time.”

“As the famous explorer Jacques Cousteau once stated, ‘When one man, for whatever reason, has the opportunity to lead an extraordinary life, he has no right to keep it to himself.’ Similarly, I hope my Travel Art inspires you to celebrate your own adventures — and maybe even commission a painting or two — and share the beauty of our discoveries in this magnificent world we share… together.”

Read more about Travel Art HERE! 

Dave Alber author, writer, content creator, information products, college professor, college teacher, english teacher

Dave Alber is a Travel Painter whose illustrations have appeared most recently in That’s Shanghai, Suzhou Review, Open Magazine, and Nepali Renaissance. His comic “Bedding Shanghai” was featured in the 2018 Shanghai International Literary Festival’s Erotic Fiction Contest. For a limited time, Dave’s art catalogue Dave Alber: Travel Art: 2018 Part 1: Intimations can be preordered for free at DaveAlber.com. Longer bio and Artist Statement here.

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Copyright Dave Alber 2018

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