Empowering and Opening Doors for others
taxis that have disappeared from our streets
Glimpses of Eden:
There is an Eden which we visit in moments of true joy and when we dream in the spirit.
We also experience this JOY when we give back.
Douglas T.S. Leong
Douglas was 3 years old when he was diagnosed with Pervasive Developmental Disorder Spectrum, but this did not stop him from developing and pursuing a keen focus in art.
He went on to exhibit his artwork at the International Art Expo in Kuala Lumpur in 2007 and since 2009, has taken up painting on canvas at My Art Space.
Douglas’s paintings are intricate with color and cheer. He likes to create detailed artworks of drum sets, buildings and vehicles, where his favourite themes are cityscapes and public transportation. He graduated from Temasek Polytechnic, in media and interactive technology, and is looking for a career that suits his abilities.
Since July 2019, I have been mentoring and guiding him in mixed media sketches using water colours.
If you are interested in purchasing art prints or art inspired products, stay tuned by liking Glimpses Of Eden art by jtmuses
or view our digital flipbook
( A BCD Project by Glacysohart and friends (Joyce and Yoke Ying) also appended below
TAXIS OF SG-COLLAGED
Nostalgic Singapore- S'pore Bus Service Taxi -1980s
1940s-the first London-type taxi
An Austin 1949 model arrived in Singapore in November 1949 as the colony’s first ever London-type taxi, causing quite a stir... Designed with a capacity to carry five passengers, the new taxi, however, was out of reach for most drivers due to its high cost of $7,000.
1930s- Rise of the yellow-top taxis
The first yellow top taxis were brought into Singapore in 1933 by the Wearne Brothers, founded in 1906 and later became the sole agent of the Ford cars in the Straits Settlements, to primarily serve in the city area.
enamel mug-taxis of sg
framed print of shophouse-sold out
Stationery Box _playgrds copy (3)
trivet shophouse-mango wood
Tribute to SG's Playgrounds
Tribute to SG Playgrounds- Past and Present
Stationery Box _playgrds copy (2)
“Art is the highest form of hope” for those who are differently abled and artistic
Esplanading at Singapore Theatres by the
Esplanading at Singapore's Theatres by the Bay
Raising the capabilities of differently abled youths- ltd prints on archival grade fine art paper - 300gsm, cotton fiber, acid and lignin free
Retro Enamel Mugs
Tung Seng was 3 years old when he was diagnosed with Pervasive Developmental Disorder Spectrum, but this did not stop him from developing and pursuing a keen focus in art.
Douglas art lessons with Jtmuses (1)
Each of us will ‘adopt’, ‘shadow’ and ‘mentor’ one of them .
Douglas art lesson with Glimpses of Eden
Doug spends 2-4 hours a week with jtmuses. Make-up class to ink the piece.
art with jtmuses
Douglas finally finished inking and shading the shophouses along Koon Seng Road which is his visible canvas to portray his love for buildings and colours.
Playgrounds of the Past - work in pr
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