Learning to observe the face for distinctive features and nailing the likeness with lightning speed. The teacher was kind enough to be the model for a 10 minute demonstration. Such a delight to be drawing with a lovely bunch post-pandemic. Comparatively, it was awkward teaching online as you don’t get depth perception when drawing from... Continue Reading →
Done by primary five students over three sessions of one hour. Total engagement of just three hours to produce this awesome artwork that was put on display just in time for Singapore’s 57th National Day celebration. Washed and treated for colour fastness to ensure that colour will not run with the rain or fade with... Continue Reading →
A no mess art activity session where participants get to know about batik making processes, connect with local clothing culture and complete their very own batik piece in just two hours. This￼ was for an education institution celebrating National Day.
‘Shukur’ (Thankful) to be given a second chance. Inmates at a halfway house undergoing art therapy session with Mr. Kamal Dollah. Introducing practical art activities that gives a sense of achievement while reflecting on the better them. Copper tooling is among the art medium
We love a positive feedback. Who don’t? Thank you 🙏🏾 Happy to host a group of lovely ladies from a pharmaceutical company.
Presentation in Malay language for cultural engagement. Batik is a cultural element of the Javanese embodied in the Malay community of Singapore. It is widely adapted by various ethnic groups in Singapore. The batik painting experience is a good opportunity to introduce children to the art and craft and batik from a cultural stand point.... Continue Reading →
One drop at a time, marbling is so mesmerising. Marbling art is so fun and can be done by anybody with proper facilitation that is. Managing the liquid that enable the paint to float is the tricky part but making multi coloured swirls and patterns is most satisfying. Students were highly engaged and got to... Continue Reading →
We are very excited to announce that our photo challenge project on Instagram got overwhelming response of more than 1,500 submissions. The judges had a hard time selecting the finalist. We ended up choosing twice the amount we planned to exhibit because there were simply too many fantastic photos that captured the excitement and cultural... Continue Reading →