Singapore, born 1973. He is a multi-disciplinary artist known for his abstract visual and sound experimentations.
Andy’s oil painting on canvas technique is unique, his brush strokes are gentle, using natural hog hair brushes; to capture depth and movement.
Andy Yang’s studio
Natural hair brushes
Eric Chan was born in 1975 in Malaysia.
He won the UOB Painting of the Year Award in 2003.
Eric Chan explores beauty through light and emotion. Eric’s art development through the years led him to be interested in the monochrome of colours. That does not mean only one colour but in fact a multiple of tones carefully blended together.
Born 1977, Singapore. 2005-2006 Master of Fine Art, LaSalle-SIA College of the Arts, Singapore.
Venice inspired Jeremy to present ‘Sea Slabs’; probably remembering the lagoon.
Variation Series 2011 is based on the cerulean colour in ‘sea slab’.
He was interested in creating depth and space with simple gestures. They were Jeremy’s ventures into fully monochromatic works.
Jeremy Sharma in his studio
Born 1971, Singapore.
Kheng-Li Wee works in photography but was trained as a painter with a degree in Swarthmore College, Pennsylvania and Master of Fine Art, San Francisco Art Institute, California.
At the heart of Kheng's practice is his ability to embody a moment of stillness when his subjects are as if ‘frozen’ but about to move any minute.
“The world as seen through my camera is quite still and almost perfect. The choice is already made for me as to what to include and to leave out. There is silence in a noisy environment, it is quite surreal,” said Kheng.
👆 Notoriously shy, the only image available
Kheng-Li Wee on the Silk Road (far left) credit: Charles Ho 2004
WEE SHOO LEONG
Born in 1958 in Singapore, graduated from Nanyang Art Academy and went onto study oil painting at Sydney College of the Arts. In 1984 he won the grand prize of the UOB painting of the year art competition.
Many factors make Shoo Leong’s paintings charming. The painting background gives the illusion of movement. Shoo Leong places one object onto the canvas at a time, quite different from other painters of still life. Each little aspect of the object has its own dimension and only minimum bright colour is permitted as focus.
Born in 1964 in Singapore. Studied industrial design at LaSalle College of the Arts, obtained Master of Design (Industrial Design) at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia in 1998.
Won Top Award in the United Overseas Bank Painting of the Year in Singapore 1988.
YianSann took up residency 2007-2010 in Vietnam and travelled extensively in Vietnam and surrounding region in his art research studies of S. E. Asian landscape and paintings before settling back in Singapore.
Colours in his paintings are influenced by his daily surroundings.
Ang YianSann uses layers of colours to take his viewers on a journey of exploration into his painting.