Living @ 55 - art exhibition
Turning 55 rocks! Three ACJC friends celebrate ” THE BEST IS YET TO BE” by reconnecting with their creative passion, bringing forth a mixed genre of 55 art pieces in oil and water colours. Each creation showcases their impressions and interpretations, nuancing this in their arts in their fifties. Come, rekindle your creative fire; join us in our celebration @55.
Fri 21 April to Fri 5 May 2017 | Opening Night (Fri, 21) : 7 pm - 10 pm
Mondays to Fridays : 8 am to 5.30 pm * (for public viewing)
Weekends: Opened only on Sat: 22/4 : 9 am 12 noon (* )
Venue : Singapore University of Technology and Design - Library 8 Somapah Road, S487372
Chinatown heritage Centre - art exhibition - till September 2017
1-31 July 2017 | Tea and Experiential Tour (Sat, 15 Jul) : 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Mondays to Fridays: 9 am to 8 pm except for Mondays (closes at 5 pm)
Venue: Chinatown Heritage Centre - 48 Pagoda Street, S059207
2016 Angelico Art Award exhibition - 27 Feb
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A brand and content marketing specialist, I have been spinning brand stories in the corporate and public sector since I graduated from NUS..
I started oil painting in earnest in my fifties. My first attempts were exhibited at the 2016 Angelico Art Award ( an art competition that seeks to explore and experience the integration of faith and artistic endeavour). I celebrate turning 55 In 2017 an mark this with two exhibitions at the Singapore University of Technology & Design (April) and another in August with artists Glacy and Yoke Ying.
My oil paintings are a response to the world of colours and words from the Good Book. I adore nature, verdant greens, wild poppy reds, azure seas and vivid sunsets as they open your soul and creativity. It is my hope that each new season brings restoration for what the "locusts" have taken from our lives. It is also my desire that you will find joy and respite in my art!
reproductions on archival museum quality canvas are available