Uplifting Differently-abled Artists - Projects
Nurturing Artistic Expression: From Concept to Creation.
As a mentor, my journey begins with conceptualizing captivating collages, working closely with each student to bring their visions to life on art paper. Together, we embark on a creative process that transcends limitations and celebrates the unique abilities of every individual. I guide each student through the step-by-step process of drawing and water colouring their masterpieces.
Singapore Institute of Technology - Project 2022
Artwork of future SIT Campus at Punggol by Douglas Leong, interpreted from artists’ impressions by WOHA and RSP Architects. Douglas was diagnosed with Pervasive Development Disorder Spectrum at age 3, but this did not stop him from developing and pursuing his passion in art.
Singapore’s university of applied learning, SIT aims to be a leader in innovative learning by integrating learning, industry and community.
The Multi-Energy Microgrid at SIT's future campus showcases the potential of sustainable energy systems in supporting Singapore's drive towards a greener and more sustainable future. The project exemplifies the collaboration between academia and industry, fostering research, development, and real-world applications in the field of energy innovation.
Artwork of The Hatchery, conceived to drive the cross-fertilisation and incubation of ideas as part of the integrated innovation ecosystem at the future SIT campus in Punggol.
Drawn to scale by Douglas Leong, who was diagnosed with Pervasive Development Disorder Spectrum at age 3. It is taken off an artist’s impression by WOHA
The Canopy Walk
Electronic e-cards, also known as digital or virtual cards, created for holidays, special occasions for SIT's clients and partners
Electronic e-cards, also known as digital or virtual cards, created to greet SIT's clients and partners during holidays, special occasions.