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Tuesday, 28 July 2020

Ad Painter & Shutter - Wood Art Craft Museum, Ipoh

Few days ago, I did a post on the Wood Art Craft Museum in Ipoh old town here. That is the 1st part of our visit and today's post is about the remaining part. From the Chinese Tea Leaves shop, we went up the stairs to the 1st floor.  From there we were able to come down the stairs of the next door shop.
If you are coming from Ipoh new town using Jalan Sultan Iskandar (former Hugh Low Street), you will have to cross a bridge. From the bridge, you will be able to see this shop sign "Pooi Lee Pelukis Iklan Dan Bidai" on your right side. This shop specialized in Ad painting and shutter. Plus, you will notice that the 1st floor wooden windows of the first and second shop are painted in blue. 
If you were to enter through the front, this wooden sculpture will be there to greet and welcome you. Entrance is free.
More wood craft from the 1st floor of both shops.


Wooden racks on the left and meat safe on the right.
Paintings on wood.


These were the tycoons of Tin Valley

Painting of a cat and a spider.
Traditional Chinese rustic wooden wall plaques.
Antique traditional Chinese wooden wall plaques.
Photo of a master carver at work on the wall.
Photo of a master carver at work on the wall.
Photo of a master carver at work on the wall.
Flower vase.
Wooden wind chime.
Wooden smoking pipe.
Top: Chinese characters carved on wood.
Bottom: Paintings on wood and wood craft.
"Goldfish" wall decoration of a nearby building.
Saw this front and back view of a block of wood, a tree trunk at the back lane of the shops.


Godly men are growing a tree that bears life-giving fruit,

and all who win souls are wise.

(Proverbs 11:30, The Living Bible-TLB)

49 comments:

  1. A wonderful tour and a joy to see the master carvers on the wall.

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  2. Oh, I so love these...loved the wooden furniture, and really everything. I want to come here later on the computer for a better view.

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  3. Hello dear Nancy!
    Wonderful photos of this beautiful museum!
    Like the wooden art pieces and the impressive wooden sculpture !
    Thank you for the tour! Have a lovely day! Stay safe!
    Dimi...

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    1. Thank you, DIMI. Glad you enjoyed the tour. Happy day and stay safe too.

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  4. ...Nancy, you have so many wonderful things to share, the furniture is my favorites. Thanks for joining the party, take care.

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    1. Thank you, Tom for hosting. Take care and stay safe.

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  5. What a fascinating place to visit!
    Thanks so much for sharing at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2020/07/sleeping-and-stretching-fulltime.html

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  6. It's such an art. I would have enjoyed going with you. How fun.

    Thank you for joining the Happy Tuesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Happy Tuesday, Nancy. ♥

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  7. Thanks for sharing the interesting wood craft with us. Since entrance is free, how do they get the funds to maintain the place? Do you know?

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    1. Sorry, I don't know who is funding towards this place.

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  8. nice place.... lovely art works.

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  9. The painting on the wood is beautiful and the cat.
    The woodwork is gorgeous.

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  10. Great post, Thanks for sharing, x

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  11. Just amazing what can be done with wood. I didn't know that there was such a strong Chinese presence in Malaysia.

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    1. Chinese makes up about 25% of the Malaysia's population. Sad to say, many of the generation have migrated overseas for greener pastures.

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  12. Blue windows are so pretty & vibrant ♥ Love the wooden decor❤ Blog de la Licorne * Instagram * We♥It

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  13. I love all of it, and would never want to leave! Even the pretty blue shutters.

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    1. If we had more time, we can even take notes or interview the lady who was there.

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  14. This is the first time I hear about this place. I fell in love with these wooden tables :)

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  15. This is quite lovely! So many beautiful things from wood. I am at My Tata's Cottage now but I am spending my days catching up and posting at both blogs and posted earlier at annesphamily.blogspot.com too. SOmehow their wires were crossed. I am unsure how to fix it so will post daily at each place as often as I am able. HUGS to you across the miles. This was a simply lovely post and your Scripture was excellent.

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  16. An amazing place, thank you for the tour!

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  17. Those blue shutters certainly attract you in - what fabulous wood carvings!

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  18. These were even better on the bigger screen...I so love the chairs. But enjoyed seeing all.

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    1. I still prefer my computer desktop because the pictures are bigger and clearer.

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  19. Inspiring wood craft and painting on the woods!

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  20. My problem when I see pictures of nice things like that... I wanna take them home! Don't suppose they're available for sale.

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    1. Some of the items are for sale, I noticed some have price tags.

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  21. Oh so some of the items are available on sale, i would not be able to resist buying some home.

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    1. This museum will love to welcome more visitors like you. Lol!

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  22. The woodcraft tables look so pretty, i am interested to buy one. They can make key chains with these wood craft too.

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