CERAMIC & GLASS ART
I AM: Sunflower
acrylic on vinyl
147 x 138 cm
Ang YianSann (b.1964) is a Singapore established, contemporary and abstract artist. He won the Grand Prize of the United Overseas Bank Painting of the Year competition in Singapore 1988.
The Sunflower painting began life as a ’mapping’ ground, YianSann referred to it as the foundation of ‘red earth’. Suddenly, YianSann saw I AM: Sunflower ‘appears awaiting at the summer day in true blue violet glory’. YianSann.
Gracie Morton Pwerle
Bush Plum Dreaming
acrylic on linen
155 x 102 cm
Gracie Morton Pwerle (b.1956) was born in the Utopia region of Central Australia.
Utopia is a community approximately 170 miles/230 kms northeast of Alice Springs, NT. Gracie has always lived a traditional lifestyle, her education involved living and surviving in a desert.
oil on canvas
100 x 100 cm each
Jeremy Sharma (b.1977) 2005-2006 MFA, LaSalle-SIA College of the Arts, Singapore.
The yellow painting belongs to the Variation Series 2011. Jeremy Sharma explains his search for colour: “I am interested in colour as an ideal, of evoking desire and finding that one elusive tone one can never grasp.” JS
oil on paper
46 x 68 cm each
Milenko Prvacki (b.1951) was born in Yugoslavia. Became a Singapore citizen in 2002. In 2012 he received the Cultural Medallion by the Singapore government. He was Dean of the Faculty of Fine Arts LaSalle College of the Arts since 1994, and currently Senior Fellow of the college.
When Milenko first arrived in Singapore he was alone and thinking of his family - ‘Home’.
Goh Beng Kwan
acrylic on canvas
102 x 76 cm
Beach Vegetation in Krabi
acrylic & ink on cotton, mounted on canvas
50 x 50 cm
Goh Beng Kwan(b.1937), Singapore master artist, a pioneer in his style of abstract expressionism. For his contribution to art in Singapore he was awarded the Cultural Medallion by the Singapore government in 1989.
The vibrant colours in the 'Chinatown' painting was inspired by a corner street in Teck Lim Road, Beng Kwan's source of inspiration.