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TableNotes by Bulbul– an Asian nightingale


Set of 4 different designs: I scan and print my original art on 100% cotton fiber paper that is archival. I ensure quality custom made wall art featuring original designs created by my musings.


This creation is inspired by the artist’s love for the birds in her cherished garden.I

am a red-whiskered Bulbul – known as the “nightingale of the east.”

A bird who once lost but has regained its freedom, I escape into a new story.

Dwell not on things of the past;Behold!

Something new springs forth.

Isaiah 43:18-19


Picture size: 25x25 cm: sized for Ikea frames (see info section)

Paper: 320 gsm  100% cotton fibre  Acid-Free, Lignin Free, Free of Optical Brighteners Print Permanence: Archival-Certified to exceed 75 years (subject to conditions) 

Use Square Sannahed frames (37x37 cm - window 25x25 cm) black and white
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Tune in and listen to Table Notes by artist JTMUSES as she builds this new collection*. Her work is inspired by the Word,  everyday small things, a bird in a tree, our heritage, notes of nature and her clients (like Chinatown Heritage Centre, Joo Chiat/Katong Visitor Centre, MediaCorp and Singapore International Foundation! 


TableNotes by Bulbul-4 Art Prints

  • Please go to blog :  There is an explanation on matting and print sizes  ...

    some frames for reference:-

    • Hovsta 42x52 frame (A3 print 30x40) cm dark brown wood frame alternatives for plain black or white frames are Knoppaeng 40x50 cm (A3 30x40 print)

    • Vastanhed portrait 33x43 cm for (A4 prints - 21x30 cm)

    • Virserum (white is no longer produced) Available are Gold 38x48 cm frame, (A4 print -21x30 cm)

    • Square Sannahed frames (37x37 cm - window 25x25 cm) black and white

    • Others - you can opt for Ribba (Frame size: 52x72 cm) Print 40x50 cm. The biggest size is Ribba's 61x91 cm (Print 50x70cm) or Knoppang

    • We give an allowance at sides for mounting it well within the window.

  • Framing is expensive is SG; I have a professional framer but if you are on a budget - just get the print on archival museum paper and shop at Ikea.

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