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Exhibition

Song of Nature

Exhibiting Artists: Chua Chon Hee, Oh Chai Hoo

Venue: Utterly Art 20B Mosque Street > venue details

Dates: 28 Jun 2012 - 08 Jul 2012

Artist Statements:
Oh Chai Hoo: The wind and the waves, the witnessing of silent conversations between stones and rocks, and the anticipation of sprouting seeds are the inspiration to my creations this time around.
  Together with new methods such as using the slip trailer (a bulbous or bottle-like device in ceramics used to squeeze out slip or glaze in a line onto clay) instead of a traditional brush, using black pigment instead of ink, and using black linen for scroll mounting, I hope to present to you traditional ink painting in a different way.

Chua Chon Hee: A glimpse of the sunset, a piece of fallen leaf, a small flower and dewdrops after rain inspired me greatly for this series. I wanted to present something real in a different format with new materials. Hence I made use of the textures and shapes of fallen leaves and pea pods for my prints, and gold and silver rice paper to bring out the distinguished nature of Mother Earth.
  I hope that through this small but focused collection of images, I can bring to you the beauty of moments in time.



Artists

  • 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.

    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.

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