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Dani Humberstone

Born in London, Dani attended a Rudolph Steiner school before studying fashion in Brighton.  After which she returned to her original love of painting and drawing, freelancing for many years as an artist before setting up a publishing company where she worked as the principal artist and designer.  After several years she left publishing and […]

Wai Sze Clark-Burton

Wai Sze was formally educated in art in Australia and began painting from an early age. Wai Sze\’s inspiration is rooted in mother nature. Each of her works embodies the feeling she experienced while communicating with the canvas. When most people see the ugliness of decaying tree bark, a rusty stain on a painted wall, […]

Manish Sharma

In the works of Manish Sharma, the idea of nostalgia is evoked as a part of a person or a community’s strong intentions to escape from the oppressive present and take refuge in the memories of a golden past. However, the same notion of longing could be a part of the political thinking of a […]

Tunku Khalsom

Khalsom is an international artist of British and Malaysian descent, based in Singapore for over 10 years. An Interior Architecture graduate (2006) Khalsom has a background in design but has been painting all her life, and in recent years has been firmly focused on her dynamic art.   Inspired by the concept of ‘Life, Love, […]

Akihiro Fujimoto (b. 1973)

His work is conceptualised through his imagination combining the emotions that we all can reflect around us. His creations are a direct representation of thoughts that could be conveyed through words, and sometimes through action. The main material is Japanese cypress, which is lacquered and colored. Akihiro Fujimoto is a wood sculptor who combines traditional […]

John Martono

John Martono is an internationally  acclaimed  Indonesian artist and textile designer whose works have featured in  Indonesia, Australia, USA and Thailand. His swirling abstracts with a mix of painting and hand embroidery on silk brings a new and different perspective within Indonesia’s contemporary fine arts. The combination of textile science, embroidery, and painting on silk […]

Samantha Redfern

Samantha Redfern (b. 1969) British born, BA Hons Fine Art graduate Samantha Redfern lives and works in Singapore. She graduated from Bath Spa University with her Bachelor of ArtsShe produces colourful, vibrant and exciting contemporary abstract paintings. She has a strong relationship with colour and uses it to create bold, eye catching works. Playful and full […]

Nidhi Samani

Nidhi Samani, is a British Indian artist  living and working in between Singapore and Taiwan. She is a trained Fashion Designer turned artist, and explores multi disciplines with Oils, Acrylics, Charcoal, Mixed Medium and Chinese Brush painting.   In her current works, the artists oeuvre is characterized by her vivid depiction of nature represented in mixed media. […]

Natasha Barnes

Natasha Barnes Born 1969 Self-taught Natasha is deeply influenced by nature, both in her native South Africa and from her many travels around the world. She explores the relationship between water and the deep hidden treasures found beneath the surface. In particular the lotus flower, which provides endless inspiration as a bloom that flowers only [...]

Piers Bourke

With the focus on everyday objects like the phone booth or the stamps, Piers work challenges the viewer to see beyond our perception. His ‘normal’ objects gets a new dimension and provokes the viewers to look at his work in a completely new level. His artwork is a combination of using progressive print and painting […]