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Exhibition

Turn your walls into a work of art and share the Affordable Art Fair love for all things Arty-licious. With over 70 international galleries from across the world including the USA, UK, Europe, Asia and the South Pacific, Utterly Art will be joining many other homegrown Singaporean galleries to produce an exciting mix of artwork to suit every taste. Whether you like traditional paintings, contemporary art, photography or 3D works, the Fair’s range of eclectic artwork also covers a range of budgets from SG$100 up to SG$10,000. With such outstanding art from International artists at affordable prices, there is no excuse not to brighten up your walls!

Look for us at Booth A1 to the right of the main entrance, just like last year! Limited free passes for two to the Private View and Arty-licious Party are available in our gallery on a first-come, first-served basis. These passes allow entry to all events on subsequent days. For directions, transport, ticket sales and more information, check out www.affordableartfair.sg .

Thursday 17th Nov   Private View   6pm - 10pm
Friday 18th Nov   Public Day 1  11am - 6pm
 Arty-licious 6pm - 10pm
Saturday 19th Nov   Public Day 2  11am - 8pm
Sunday   20th Nov   Public Day 3  11am - 6pm



Exhibited Works

Time & Space - Sweet Memory 1

2011

122cm x 122cm
Acrylic on canvas
SOLD

Time & Space - Sweet Memory 2

2011

122cm x 122cm
Acrylic on canvas
SOLD

The Floating House

2010

118cm x 156cm
Acrylic on canvas
SOLD

Khmer Architect

2010

117cm x 116cm
Acrylic on canvas
SOLD

Train Station Hang Up

2011

110cm x 70cm x 50cm
Wood, metal, found objects and tools assemblage
S$4000

Woman With A Stick

2000

150cm x 70cm x 50cm
Woodcarving assemblage
S$3500

Lover On Hold

2000

100cm x 30cm x 20cm
Woodcarving assemblage
SOLD

Bull Machine

2000

100cm x 55cm x 50cm
Metal and wood assemblage
S$3000

The Two Warriors

2000

150cm x 85cm x 50cm
Metal and woodcarving assemblage
SOLD

Water Lily

2010

50cm x 50cm
Acrylic on canvas
S$1300

Kamplouk Flower

2010

50cm x 50cm
Acrylic on canvas
S$1300

Snour Flower

2010

50cm x 50cm
Acrylic on canvas
S$1300

Trinity Church III, Boston, USA

2011

61cm x 76cm
Oil on canvas
SOLD

Cathedral of St Michael and St Gudula, Brussels

2011

76cm x 91.5cm
Oil on linen
S$2800

Cathedral of St John the Divine, New York, USA

2011

76cm x 91.5cm
Oil on linen
S$2800

The Mall #15

2011

61cm x 92cm
Oil on canvas
S$2800

The Mall #16

2011

88cm x 132cm
Oil on canvas
SOLD

The Mall #17

2011

130cm x 85cm
Oil on canvas
S$5200

The Mall #18

2011

92cm x 122cm
Oil on jute canvas
SOLD

The Mall #22

2011

92cm x 122cm
Oil on jute canvas
S$5200

Bathing at the River

2011

100cm x 100cm
Acrylic on canvas
SOLD

The Morning Bath

2011

72cm x 90cm
Acrylic on canvas
S$4200

She in Sunshine

2011

90cm x 72cm
Acrylic on canvas
S$4200

On the Red Shawl

2011

72cm x 90cm
Acrylic on canvas
SOLD

The Breezy Day

2011

60cm x 66cm
Acrylic on canvas
SOLD

The Seashore

2011

49cm x 120cm
Acrylic on canvas
SOLD

The Red Gate

2011

100cm x 150cm
Acrylic on canvas
SOLD

Monologue

2011

Dimensions variable
Cast aluminum
S$1300 each; S$3900 set of 3

H_Type [backlane with Tampines flat]

2011

90cm x 62cm
Chinese ink on rice paper
SOLD

H_Type [with spirals]

2011

80cm x 60cm
Chinese ink on rice paper
SOLD

Spiral Stairs with Grilles

2011

124cm x 24cm
Chinese ink on rice paper
SOLD

Spiral Staircase

2011

120cm x 20cm
Chinese ink on rice paper
SOLD

Walkway with Colourful Light

2011

100cm x 70cm
Oil on canvas
SOLD

Morning in Geylang

2011

80cm x 60cm
Oil on canvas
S$1850

Quiet Walkway

2011

100cm x 70cm
Oil on canvas
S$2300

Untitled (makeup)

2010

Mixed media, collage on wood
S$390

Untitled (politician)

2011

38cm x 20cm
Acrylic, collage on wood
S$455

Untitled (personage)

2010

41cm x 22cm
Acrylic, collage on wood
S$520

Untitled (accostment)

2010

40cm x 20cm
Acrylic, collage on wood
S$520

Untitled (minor)

2010

33cm x 21cm
Mixed media, collage on wood
SOLD

Human Flowers - Fruit (yellow)

2010

95cm x 85cm
Mixed media on canvas
S$2600

Human Flowers - Young Leaves (pink)

2010

65cm x 55cm
Mixed media on canvas
S$1750

Human Flowers - Fruit (pink)

2010

65cm x 55cm
Mixed media on canvas
S$1750

Bird series I

2010

Dimensions variable
Clay, metal and glass
S$270 each

Paint the Town Red

2011

40in x 30in
Enamel paint and acrylic on canvas
S$3000

Ape Lagi? Kita Pecah Lah! (Just Break It!)

2011

30in x 40in
Enamel paint on broken canvas
SOLD

Bungkus (Wrap)

2011

30in x 40in
Enamel paint on partially unstretched canvas
SOLD

Tear Down

2011

40in x 30in
Enamel paint on partially unstreched canvas
S$3000

Kita Bakor Je (Just Burn It)

2011

15.75in x 15.75in
Enamel paint on burnt canvas
SOLD

Alpha Male

2011

12in x 12in x 2pcs
Enamel paint, red wool string on canvas
SOLD

Happy Melon Ride

2011

30cm x 40cm
Watercolour on acid-free paper
SOLD

Lovely Tree of Happiness

2011

40cm x 30cm
Watercolour on acid-free paper
S$420

Artists

  • Aznan Omar

    Malaysia

    Aznan Omar (B.1973) was born in Alor Setar, Kedah. He gained his diploma and degree in Fine Art from Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM), Shah Alam in 1996 and 2000 respectively. Aznan went on to obtain his Masters degree in Art as Environment from Manchester Metropolitan University, UK in 2008. Aznan’s work was shown at the 14th Asian Art Biennale in Bangladesh and the his public sculpture One Drop (2000) emerged as the winning work in a public sculpture competition hosted by the National Art

    Max Balatbat

    Philippines

    Maximino Balatbat II also known as Maxbal was born in 1978 in Caloocan City. In 2002, he completed his degree in Fine Arts with a major in Advertising at the University of the East Caloocan. Maxbal gave pride to the country in 2009 when he won the Il Lorenzo Magnifico Award - Silver Medal in the Florence Biennale in Italy. In 2010, his work was among the Jurors' Choice Award of Merit in Philip Morris Philippine Art Awards.

    Boo Sze Yang

    Singapore

    Boo Sze Yang was Head of the Department of Fine Art at his alma mater, the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts before turning to practice art full-time in 2009. He received his Master in Arts Degree from Chelsea College of Art & Design, the University of the Arts London and his Postgraduate Diploma in Fine Art from
    University of Reading, UK. Boo has held seven solo exhibitions and represented Singapore in numerous group exhibitions in Japan, China, Korea, Philippines, Malaysia and the UK.

    Michael Cacnio

    Philippines

    Nearly twenty years in the art scene, TOYM (The Outstanding Young Men) Philippines 2006 awardee Michael Cacnio is considered to be one of the country’s finest brass sculptors today. Since his graduation from Fine Arts at the University of the Philippines in 1991, he has made himself much beloved as a sculptor of the everyday Filipino, depicting children playing traditional games, workers engaged in cheerful and industrious labour, tender scenes between parent and child or people facing the dil

    Chath Piersath

    Cambodia

    Chath Piersath was born in Banteay Meanchey province, Cambodia, in 1970 and came to the United States as a refugee in 1981. He received a Bachelor degree in 1993 from New College of California in International Service and Development and after a MA in Community Social Psychology. Chath never studied painting but began painting in year 2000 as a way of exorcising his memory of war and violence. Since he returned to Cambodia for the first time in 1994 he has lived between his adopted home in the U

    Chiew Sien Kuan

    Singapore

    Chiew Sien Kuan, graduate of NAFA (Painting)1989 & University of Tasmania; both BA and MA Fine Art. He is also involved in exhibitions; EXCAVATION–10 Singapore Artists at the Art Studio @ Old School and Warm Machines,Esplanade Concourse Space,2009. He was awarded the Highly Recommended Prize in the Australian Bicentennial Art Award of Young Artists in 1992 and 1993,attained 1st in the 3D category at the Phillippe Charriol Foundation Contemporary Art Competition

    Chua Chon Hee

    Singapore

    Chua Chon Hee graduated from the Nayang Academy of Fine Arts with a Diploma in Western Art in 1980, and with an Advanced Diploma in 1982. She has exhibited extensively with the Nanyang Clay Group and the Printmaking Society (Singapore). Her works can be found at several hotels in Singapore and Myanmar, and at the National University Hospital in Singapore.

    Norman Dreo

    Philippines

    Norman Dreo (born 1970) topped the talent test upon entering the College of Fine Arts at the University of the Philippines in the mid-80s. His art has been exhibited extensively in the Philippines, Singapore, Vermont, USA and in Europe. He has won several prizes at the Metrobank National Art Competition, Art Association of the Philippines and Ateneo Art Awards. In 2000, he was awarded Juror’s Choice at the Philip Morris ASEAN Art Awards in Singapore and the Philippine

    Duong Saree

    Cambodia

    One of Cambodia's most esteemed female painters, Doung Saree (b.1957) studied Plastic Arts at the Royal University of Fine Arts (RUFA) in Phnom Penh. After the Khmer Rouge war, she returned to Phnom Penh in 1982 to continue her studies, and also began teaching at RUFA and the Reyum Institute. Over the last decade her profile has steadily increased; her work has been exhibited nationally and internationally, and in 2010 she was awarded the inaugural You Khin Memorial Women's Art Priz

    Fernando Escora

    Philippines

    One of the established contemporary artists in the Philippines, Fernando Escora has been active in exhibitions in Manila and throughout South East Asia.  A graduate in Fine Arts from the University of the Philippines, Fernando is a full-time artist.  His 4ft x 8ft canvas entitled “Sinking with the Garbage” has been part of the Singapore Art Museum’s collection since 2009.  As one of the forerunners of large-scale drawings in the Philippines, Fernando’s primary medium ha

    Foo Kwee Horng

    Singapore

    Foo Kwee Horng obtained his BA with Merit in Social Work and Japanese Studies at the National University of Singapore in 1993, and his Postgraduate Diploma in Education and MA (visual arts research) from the National Institute of Education, Singapore in 1997 and 2005 respectively. He was Highly Commended at the 18th UOB Painting of the Year Exhibition (1999) and won Honourable Mention at the Philip Morris Singapore Art Awards (1999), and has exhibited in London, Malaysia, Hong Kong and Sing

    Hong Sek Chern

    Singapore

    Hong Sek Chern (b.1967) graduated from the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts with a Diploma in Fine Art (1995) and from Goldsmiths College, University of London with an MA Fine Art (1998). She likes to work with flat surfaces and uses linear, non-linear or multi-point perspective in her work. Sek Chern’s interpretation of the Singapore urban landscape in Chinese ink has won her several awards in Singapore. Her works belong in the collections of the Singapore Art Museum, Taipei Fine Art Museum, Nati

    Lu Yifei

    China

    Singapore-based artist Lu Yifei hails from Jinan in Shandong Province, China. The common thread running through his works is Yifei's childhood fantasy world. He combines personalised sentiments about life with cartoon symbolism, with each character representing a different genre of heroism.

    Mao Soviet

    Cambodia

    Mao Soviet was born in 1982 in Battambong Province. He studied general art from 1996 to 2000 and modern art from 2000 to 2004 at the Phare Pounleu Selpak Organization in Battambong.  Soviet has shown his work at the French Cultural Centre, Phnom Penh, Siem Reap, Battambong, Alliance Café in Siem Reap, Java Gallery in Phnom Penh and Ocsen Gallery in the USA. Through his work, Soviet explores the emotions of regret, memory and beauty.

    Oeur Sokuntevy

    Cambodia

    Oeur Sokuntevy studied painting at the Phare Ponleu Selpak in Battambang and moved to Phnom Penh in 2007. Sokuntevy has had much interest in her work as one of the very few female contemporary artists currently showing in Cambodia. Besides Cambodia, she has exhibited in the USA, South Korea and Singapore. Sokuntevy’s work is included in art collections of the Singapore Embassy (Cambodia) and the Singapore Art Museum. Her work has appeared in magazines and newspapers including Art Asia Pacific,

    Oh Chai Hoo

    Singapore

    Born 1960 in Singapore, Oh Chai Hoo graduated from the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts in 1982. He has exhibited extensively in Singapore, China, Japan, Taiwan and Korea, and has six solo shows under his belt. He has been awarded a Distinction in Visual Art Creation by the NAFA Alumni Association (1992), Highly Commended in Abstract Medium at the 18th UOB Painting of the Year competition (1999) and obtained the Siaw-Tao Achievement Award in 2009.

    Radzi Ismail

    Malaysia

    Born in Langkawi, Kedah, Mohammad Radzi Ismail (b.1982) graduated from UiTM Shah Alam with a bachelor’s degree in Ceramic Design (Sculpture). He won Honourable Mention during the Penang Open Show in 2005, and just a year after that, won the 1st prize. In 2009, he was one of the finalists for the IMCAS Award. The 28 year old is also no stranger to ceramic art in Malaysia, having been exhibiting his works since 2002. Starting from his own university, Radzi has since exhibited in numerous ga

    William Sim

    Singapore

    William started painting under the guidance of pioneer artist Tan Puay Tee at the age of 10. Through his mentorship, William studied colour and form. Over the years he has experimented with various media, but nature as a thematic study has never left his canvas. The worlds William creates find their roots in happiness. The subjects of his paintings are a blend of nature and mechanical objects: they depict, singly and as collectives, dreamscapes where positivity reigns.

    Randy "Andoi" Solon

    Philippines

    Randy 'Andoi' Solon holds two degrees in the visual arts: a Bachelor of Fine Arts, major in Painting, at the University of the Philippines, and a Certificate in Advertising from the Philippines Women's University. Solon is the recipient of numerous awards from national art competitions. His works have featured in major SE Asian auctions.

    Suos Sodavy

    Cambodia

    Trained in Hungary, with a le Normale Supérieure de l`Education in 1985, and an MBA in the Arts, Academy of Fine Arts, Budapest in 1994, Suos Sodavy is a senior Cambodian artist who has risen to Deputy Director of the Department of Arts and Handicrafts, and Teacher in the Faculty of Fine Arts. Awarded First Prize in Fine Arts at Nyiregyhaza in Budapest, Hungary (1988), Sodavy has exhibited in Hungary, Cambodia, Vietnam, Thailand, Myanmar and Singapore.

    TR853-1 (TraseOne)

    Singapore

    Beginning as a self-taught graffiti artist in 1999, TraseOne (TR853-1) is highly regarded as one of the boundary-pushing pioneers of the local street art movement. In 2005, he was granted the inaugural Goh Chok Tong Youth Promise Award to expand his knowledge in art, eventually graduating with a Bachelor in Fine Arts (Honours) Degree in 2007 from the LASALLE-SIA College of the Arts.

    Tan Ai Ngin

    Singapore

    Tan Ai Ngin (born 1972, Singapore) obtained her Diploma in Fine Arts at the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts in 1996 and her Bachelor of Arts in Chinese painting at the Nanjing Arts College, China in 1999. She went on to complete a one-year course in visual arts at the School of Fine and Performing Arts Constantijn Huygens, in Kampen, The Netherlands in 2001. She has been collected by the Frans Walkate Archief in The Netherlands and the Tokyo office of the Singapore Tourism Board.

    Wong Shih Yaw

    Singapore

    Wong Shih Yaw has swung from emotive expressionism in his early days as a key member of the Artists Village in Jalan Ulu Sembawang, to allegorical Christian realism, and now has been painting largely in an illustrative graphic style for his past few solo shows. A graduate of the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, the artist is heavily collected by the Singapore Art Museum, The National Art Gallery Singapore and several prominent collectors.

    Yeo Siak Goon

    Singapore

    Yeo Siak Goon 杨昔银 has an enduring fascination for the female form, whether decked in full costume regalia as in his Balinese dancers, or serenely bereft of clothing as in his sensual beachside nudes. Playing extensively with negative space, Siak Goon loves to conceal as much as he reveals, deliberately omitting key portions of his figures for one’s mind to connect limb to torso, and indulge in a game of visual peek-a-boo. Born in 1957, Malaysia, he presently lives and works in Singapo

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