An enjoyable way to spend time and expose oneself to the arts and the world is to visit art exhibitions. I did exactly so by heading to NTU Centre for Contemporary Art's exhibition, Trees of Life – Knowledge in Material located at Gillman Barracks.Read More
This month, we sat down with Liquan Liew and Estella Ng, the Singapore-based artists who make up the duo RIPPLE ROOT. Recognised for their carefree and positive artworks, Liquan and Estella talk about their shared artistic journey, and what it takes for them to produce a meaningful piece that speaks to its viewers.Read More
The concept of Slow Art revolves around, well you guessed it, looking at art slowly. The idea is to look at a work of art for 5-10 mins each, for a minimum of 2 to 5 pieces.Read More
When I walk into an art gallery, my mind is consumed by the beauty of the pieces on the walls. I can say this without a doubt as I know there will be at least one work that will catch my eye and draw me in. Each artist tells their own story with colors, images and strokes that recreates the vision in their mind's eye.Read More
We managed to catch up with Madhuri and gained valuable insight into her life and her art. Travel is a prominent source of inspiration for her landscapes and her everyday experiences are her muse. Here's what Madhuri has to say about her art.
When I founded my art company, many people would ask how do you choose what art to promote, given that there is so much out there..
How I go about it is I see an artist’s works. Then I wait to see if any magic happens. Many times it does, I get blown away by the colours, by the strokes, I hear the music beneath the layers and this is when I ask to see more works. Evaluate his past works, is there a flow, does his or her identity show through the paintings. I try to learn more about his life, his origins, his experiences, his inspiration, his raison d'etre.Read More