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A Kadir Jumari - Malay artist member of APAD.
Aaron Kao, aka Revolution - participated in Artists' Book Project in 2004, KYTV member.
Ab Kadir Bin Mohd Yusof - APAD member.
Abdul Bakar Abdullah - has worked with ceramics and participated in the show Iskandar Jalil and friends.
Abdul Ghani Hamid - born 1933: Malay artist who paints and writes, recipient of the Cultural Medallion, and who has served on the National Arts Council panel, founded APAD in 1962 and founded ANGKATAN PELUKIS MUDA (Society of Young Painters) in 1956.
Abdul Jalal Bin Sarimon - born 1964: painterly artist who creates his own figurative narrative paint on canvas works, MASS and APAD member.
Abdul Karim Ali - artist member of APAD in 2003.
Abdul Rahman Rais - Malay artist member of APAD.
Abdul Rashid Bin Abdul Gapur - practicing artist in painting, drawing, installation, and various media; 2002 solo is Functional Beauty, participated in the inaugural 2001 President's Young Talents Show.
Abdul Wahid - computer animation artist previously listed at Absolute Arts.
Adeline Kueh Siaw Hui - director of Art Theory in LaSalle College of the Arts, this petite charming woman is an engaging artist who champions cyberarts.
Adrian David Cheok, Dr - born 1971 Australian: scion of Singaporean Chinese father, works in Singapore, Director of the Mixed Reality Laboratory NUS 2005, mixed media artist and researcher who exhibited at Ars Electronics 2003 with his work Gulliver's Box, curated the 2005 President's Young Talents show.
Adrian David Cheok - Singaporeart.org reference.
Adrian Ong - LaSalle trained painter.
Adrian Tan - UK trained artist who group showed Coming and Going.
Agatha Hutton - her 2002 work is about abstracts of organic forms; she showed at the 2001 Keum River International Nature Art Symposium and Exhibition Omori Bellport Art Exhibition, and 2002 Made in Singapore show.
Agathe de Bailliencourt - born France: website: French artist based in Singapore, trained Beaux Arts and Ecole Boulle, Agathe held various creative positions at magazines, TVs and designer houses, her painting, film, drawings, and design works are represented by Taksu Gallery in Singapore and Galerie Catherine et Andre Hug - Jacob1 in Paris, "J'aime - J'aime pas" is her first solo exhibition at Taksu Gallery Singapore, 22 February - 31 March 2006.
Agnes Lim Su-Chin - works produced in pursue of lost memories in an enclosed space or dimension.
Agnes Yit Mun Khwan - Artist Village member performance and installation artist, WITAS artist.
Ahmad Abu Bakar - born1963: trained LaSalle Ceramics: practicing artist in sculpture and ceramics on Islamic philosophy and aesthetics; sculptural installation artist who has created works of tripod.
Adrian Ong - standing works: Journey of a Point to a Geometry Series 3, and is a member of APAD.
Ahmad Effendy B Ahmad Thani - Malay art member of APAD in 2003.
Ahmad Mazlan, aka Phyreman/scope01 - graffiti artist with public works, founder of the group Operation Art Core.
Aidah Dolrahim - showed at the alternate art show Red+ White= Pink.
Aiman Hakim - showed at the alternate art show Red+ White= Pink.
Aiyda, aka Noraidah Baharudin - Malay woman artist paints pictures evocative of female genitalia; however she is of the view that there lies the notion of hidden ambivalence, second solo show "T-Zone" exhibited in March'99.
Ajeet Mansukhani - trained at La Salle and showed at New Contemporaries: New Art from LASALLE-SIA College of the Arts.
Alan Leong Yu Han -born 1979: website: 2004 BSc Comp NUS, digital media artist, technologist, specialized in digital & interactive design, both online & offline.
Alan Oei Chih Wey - website: artist trained at LaSalle, BA Art History Columbia University; he is a practicing performance and installation artist with shows in New York and Singapore, held the show Horizontal at the Substation in 2003, works at NAC in 2006.
Alan Oei Chih Wey - details on his first local show.
Aldo Fregado - born 1943 Italy: painter resident in Singapore during the late 80s and the 90s.
Aleksandar Obradovic - born 1959: permanent resident in Singapore, this artist of Eastern European ancestry is an accomplished translator and writer; he was the programming officer for Visual Arts at the Esplanade in 2003; has installation Home at Substation and showed at Best of Singapore Art in 2004.
Alex Koh - showed at Pulp Fest in 2003 and contributed to Sneaker Pimps in 2004.
Alex Mitchell - website: MSc Computer Science (Toronto), lecturer at NUS Communications and New Media Program, showed Passages at SAS 2005.
Alex Mitchell - Singaporeart.org reference.
Alex Noble - artist who has experience in the field of advertising, and who engages in painting of an expressionistic style.
Alex Noble - Exhibit A at Block43.
Alwyn Lim - 1975 - 2006: practised in New York, sound artist who collaborated with George Chua and Yuen Chee Wai in a sound work The Fog is Rising for the Singapore Biennale 2006.
Alv Sim - website: NAFA 1992, BFA (New Media) Chelsea College of Art 2003: artist, art educator, showed with Danger Museum and at Spending Time with Raffles” exhibition.
Alv Sim - Singaporeart.org reference.
Alvin Leow - ceramics artist who participated in the Life on Earth show.
Alvin Ong - at age 16, he wins the 2005 UOB Painting of the Year Award.
Alvin Tan - together with Jackson Tan, Melvin Chee, and William Chan, these locally-trained artists form Phunk Studio, a contemporary cutting edge digital media, graphic design design, and art firm, that has gained rave reviews.
Amanda Heng Liang Ngim - born 1951: in Narrating Bodies the installation artist examines her tender and profound relationship with her mother. She worked on To touch memory, and was interviewed by Maryanne Lynch at the Queensland Art Gallery; Amanda participated in the Bangkok Performance Conference, co-founder of TAV and WITAS, TKS artist.
Amanda Heng Liang Ngim - former tax officer turns artist.
Amanda Heng Liang Ngim - her work in Washing Exercise.
Amanda Heng Liang Ngim - her collaborative work Home Service.
Amanda Heng Liang Ngim - her talk on collaboration in Art-making.
Amanda Heng Liang Ngim - her work Let's Walk - Women's bodies were crippled and their lives conformed and confined to the service of men; today modern women are still risking their health wearing supper high heels to portray their sexy, slender and perfect bodies to satisfy the desire of the male gaze and need.
Aminah Mohd Saat, aka Neng - NAFA Diploma in Fine Art and BA (Hons) Fine Art (Painting & Drawing), 2005 Philip Morris Singapore Art Awards Jurors' Choice.
Ana Prvacki - Yugoslavian artist residing in Singapore in 2004, a graduate of La Salle, Pratt Institute, attended Central St Martins and trained in Barcelona, showed in Reconstruction of a City, R(A) and other international shows.
Andre Tan Chih Wei - born 1978: website: painter and installation artist: trained at La Salle, and showed at New Art: New Contemporaries.
Andre Tan Chih Wei - Singaporeart.org reference.
Andree Weschler - born 1964 France: website: trained NAFA, Bachelor of Fine Arts degree Curtin University of Technology, attended Paris' L'Ecole Nationale des Beaux-Arts, her works are painting on x-rays and close-ups of photographs; solo show 2004 Sexuality and Religion: Once upon a Time in a Time, based in Singapore since 1995.
Andrew Chua - ceramicist.
Andy Yang - website - artist and illustrator.
Ang Ah Tee - strong painting technique in this veteran artist, of scenes, still life, and events.
Ang Cheng Chye - born 1954: website: Chinese ink, finger-painting artist whose work was shown at the MITA atrium for Nokia Singapore Art 2001.
Ang Cheng Theng - oil and clay media artist who renders local scenes.
Ang Chwee Bee - painting received prize in the open category of Arts against Aids competition.
Ang Eng San - watercolorist and mixed media artist of local scenes.
Ang Hiong Chiok - born 1947: his composed still-life paintings involve the local fruit mangosteen - its fibrous purple exterior can be cleaved and split to produce leaves of fleshly white succulent parts.
Ang Pei San - female artist whose works capture logographic qualities of the Chinese characters, or Han characters, embossed upon a medium of representation forms the backbone of existentialism in Identity, secretary of MASS in 2005.
Ang Poh Chin - artist who participated in the New Find Show in 2003.
Ang Soo Koon, Ambrose - born 1977: website: 1999 NAFA, 2000 BFA RMIT, 2002 BFA New York School of Visual Arts, drawing, installation, film artist, solo show Substation 2005.
Ang Soo Koon, Ambrose - her installation show Weighs Like Mine.
Ang Teck Ee - architect and artist who captures the essence of the space of shop houses in a semi-abstract style and who has lectured on Art in the context of Architecture.
Angela Chong - LaSalle-trained artist.
Angeline Choo Ai Loon - daughter of pioneer artist Choo Keng Kwang, she paints realistic orchids on muted mature surroundings, and other still life works; particularly known for paintings of orchid genus golden showers .
Angeline Seah Yeng Fong; aka Angie Seah - born 1979: playful approach to her world as seen in her installation with clay and wood, My Own Imaginary World.
Ang Yian San - born 1964: recipient of the Painting of the Year Competition top prize for arguable the best work among the winners over the years, this print-recycled ink work artist expresses a deep concern for the accelerated development of technology.
Ann Healy - artist known for using food materials in her works, she participated in the Resolutions show at Sculpture Square, and is showing at SENI Singapore 2004.
Annabelle Felise Aw - 2004 administrator for The Other House, trained in Visual Communications from Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, pursued Art Management with LaSalle-SIA College of the Arts.
Annemarie Han - sculptor who was once resident in Singapore and who taught Art here, now living in America.
Anthonie Cheong - expressionistic portrait artist who showed at Imaging Selves at the SAM.
Anthony Ho Chuo Sai - Chinese calligraphy artist who practices the running script.
Anthony Poon - 1945 - 2006: Cultural Medallion recipient painter and sculptor who creates geometric clean graphic relief canvases with subtle transition of color which may be seen as a variant of hardedge colorfield painting, known for his Waves series, smoker who succumbed to lung cancer.
Anthony Poon - offers his view in the excerpt of the article Peanuts get Monkey as printed in Modern Painters.
Anthony YS Tan - solo show Songs of the Sea at the Arts House in 2006.
Ardi Bin Abdullah - artist showed at New Finds 2003 and at Monsoonasia.
Arron Teo, aka Zheng3Feng - born 1982: website: trained at NAFA, paints nude portraits and figurines of young women, makes installations, uses photographic medium, inspired by Chinese comic style.
Arron Teo - artist who creates comic illustrations as part of his style, one of the artists for Celebportraits.
Arron Teo - I = Am show at Utterly Art in 2006, shows with Janice Chin.
Arthur Lim Siew Ming, Professor - born 1934 Hong Kong: raised in Singapore, eminent Ophthalmologist, passionate artist, prominent patron, with an exhibition at Heng Artland and Paris Opera Gallery, and whose bronze statue of a Happy Owl stands at National University of Singapore; has studio for visiting artists, large loan of art collection to NUS University Cultural Center.
Au Ping Seng - born 1943: Chinese painter.
Au Yeung Hing Yee - Singapore artist.
Ausaf-ur Rahman, Dr - ceramicist who showed at Ceramitivity: The Second Statement.
Aw Eng Kwang - born 1918 China - founder of Aw Pottery that is based in Johore, showed at the first sculpture show of the Singapore Art Society, creator of the ceramic figure works fronting Hilton Hotel at Orchard Road, has other public sculpture works in Singapore.
Aw Tee Hong - Vitality of the Forerunner and other sculptures by the sculptor at Raffles Place.
Aw Tee Hong - born 1932 China: painter sculptor who held his Golden Showcase show in 2002, and conducted a Life Figure Exhibition in 2003, lecturing at Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts.
Azlina Adam - BA (Print-making) La Salle.
Baet Yeok Kuan - born 1961: award-winning British-trained mixed-media installation artist and sculptor, whose works include Transforming Ground commissioned by Singapore Power, Body Room and Man and Environment; he is the president of MASS in 2003, and FAS in 2005, has been appointed a SAM board member.
Baet Yoke Kuan - shows at Pigments and Metaphors, a show at Fullerton Hotel.
Bee K C Tan, Dr - attended NAFA, doctor who has a passion for art, who creates works on human figures and teddy bears, and markets at Absolute Arts.
Bee K C Tan - website: the painter and her works, self-taught cartoonist and illustrator, member of SAS, and FASS.
Baidah Ahmad - a member of Buffer-Kit, Singapore art group.
Ben Cruz - artist who used air-brush techniques to create large abstract works.
Ben Ho - website: designer who works are shown in his versions of Chaotic Constructives.
Benjamin Puah, aka Playben - born 1976: website: RMIT graduate, LaSalle lecturer, performance and installation artist, who has participated in Parallel World and is known as the Rat Man.
Benjamin Puah, aka Playben - website (Green Donkey): first featured artist in Green Donkey, describing his philosophy, his struggles as an artist, and his aspirations.
Benny Sootho - born 1977: artist with mixed media and installation works, and who works with photographic techniques and has received training at St Martin's.
Bertrand Lee - artist who uses film media and who has shown with the Artists Village.
Betsy Toh Pei Tse - installation and photography artist, one of the members of the team that created the site-specific installation at Blk 124 Kim Tian Place, member of WITAS, member of Buffer-Kit.
Bettina Forget - born 1966 Germany: website: resident in Singapore 1997-2002, NAFA 2001: trained at St Martins in Graphic Design, painterly works inspired by astronomy, cosmology and physics, emigrated to Canada.
Bettina Forget - Singaporeart.org reference.
Bill Haxworth - watercolorist of local scenes.
Binghui Huangfu - born 1959 China: artist, but known mainly as a curator, studied painting at Beijing Cultural Palace in early 1980s and settled in Australia in 1989, first Director of the Earl Lu Gallery, 2003 Director of the Asia-Australia Arts Centre in Sydney.
Boo Sze Yang - website: MA Fine Art (Chelsea College of Art & Design) NAFA art lecturer and artist with works of oil on canvas that expresses his interpretation of the nature of identity and the notion of being.
Brian Gothong Tan - website: trained California Institute of Arts, NAC Shell scholarship, award-winning versatile multi-media artist who showed at the alternate art show Red+White=Pink and Hypersurface, a mediation on art and architecture.
Brother Joseph McNally - born 1922 Ireland - 2002 Singapore: trained Irish National College of Art, Doctor (Education) / MA (Art History) Columbia, late Irish sculptor and Singapore citizen who was the founder president of the LaSalle-SIA College of the Arts.
C A Gibson Hill - co-founder of the SAS.
Cai Heng - China-born Chinese painting artist, trained at La Salle and practicing in Singapore, her works on rice paper are commanding a mystical feeling of envelopment, she is pursuing a phD in Theory and Art History in Australia at the University of Sydney; her thesis is on overseas chinese artists.
Carey Ngai - oil painter of landscapes and still life.
Carmen Ang - artist who group-staged Oi! Oi! 1,2,3 Everybody Let's Say EN-TRO-PY!
Cassandra Schultz - Australian visual artist and photographer who spent part of her childhood in Singapore and who is practicing in Singapore in 2004.
Catherine Beale - website: English expatriate artist resident in Singapore who paints local architecture, but has recently relocated to Malaysia.
Cavan Wee - website: trained at University of Melbourne in Fine Arts and Commerce, practising interdisciplinary and new media arts.
Cecilia Briggs, aka Cecilia Cheo - painter, writer, and independent curator, teaching fellow at NIE of NTU in 2003.
Celina Lin - jewelry designer and painter, socialite, occasionally holds private painting exhibitions at her basement gallery.
Celine Yeo - member of Buffer-Kit.
Chan Chang How - born 1943: watercolorist and member of Singapore Watercolor Society.
Chan Chor Har, Chalsia - through her bright palette, this art-teacher and artist draws her viewers into the exuberantly colored interiors that is a metaphor for the joy of living.
Chan, Eric; aka Eric Chan - born 1975: Malaysian artist who resides and shows in Singapore, is known for his aesthetic oil-paint dreamy diffuse close-up views of interiors and nature.
Chan, Ernest; aka Ernest Chan - curvaceous surfaces of capsicum makes for sensual viewing of paintings.
Chan Hoel, Christine - MASS member, WITAS member.
Chan Li Ping - 2003 BA Goldsmiths College, photographic artist who showed at the BOND show, and at Little India Open Studios, her works explore the way our perception plays with our vision of things.
Chan Liane - contemporary Singapore artist who creates subtle weavings of brush lines on canvas.
Chan Mei Hsien - NAFA graduate in 2004 who showed at Utterly Art and who collaborated in the Cut show with Yeo Shih Yun.
Chan Namiko Takahashi - born 1974: website: lawyer and Art Student League trained artist who is based in New York and who paints abstract paintings with running paint, that suggests an eruption of fire when executed in red and yellow tones, 2002 show is In Context.
Chan Namiko Takahasi - wins the 25th UOB POTY Competition.
Chan Soon Yean - founder member of the Singapore Watercolor Society.
Chan Tan-Nung - painter and seal-carver who was an expert in the Nanyang style of painting and produces a large quantity of work depicting Balinese life.
Chan Tuck Yew, Ernest - male nude narrative pictures in painterly color by the artist who has received training from Cheltenham and Gloucester Masters in Fine Arts program, participated in the print show Read the Small Print and Capped, solo show Private Views 2004.
Chandrasekaran, aka S Chandrasekaran - born 1959: graduated NAFA 1986, Bachelor of Fine Arts (Distinction) Curtin 1990, performance artist and painter who draws from his racial and religious culture and Hindu-Buddhistic philosophies, known for his Womb performance and his participation in Trimurti.
Chang Chin Fai - born 1951: watercolor and oil landscape artist, Philip Morris Asean Art Award show, represented by Art-2.
Chang Kwang Wee - artist and calligrapher in Chinese painting, who has performed his calligraphy for the country abroad, received Dr Tan Tsze Chor award in 1989.
Chang Pow Kieng, Allan - born 1943: watercolorist, who is also a graphic and computer artist.
Chang Sow Yam - Chinese painting artist.
Chang Wei - resin sculptor, one of the group Urban Artists, and participated in Resolutions at Sculpture Square.
Charlene Chua - digital illustrator artist trained in visual communication.
Charles Dyce - 1816-1853: self-taught Scottish artist who lived in Singapore for 6 years and collected British-traveler artist sketches and renderings that form part of local historical art collection.a
Charles Lim Yi Yong - born 1973: BA in Fine Arts from Central St Martins College, former national sailor, co-founder of tsunamii.net who created Alpha 3.3, a global positioning device linked to a web browser work; has showed at Documenta, member Artists Village 2002, visual artist with a propensity towards technology, gadgets and gizmos.
Charles Salisbury - co-founder of the SAS.
Charlie Tan Leng Tuan - artist who showed at Sensitive Parts and Parable le Mien at PKW.
Charlotte Cain - ceramicist: showed at Ceramitivity: The Second Statement.
Che Cheng Lin - Chinese ink painter who specializes in bird and flower painting.
Chen An Cho - 1964 graduate from Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts.
Chen Cheng Mei - printmaker and member of Printmaker Society.
Chen Chong En - artist who showed at Sensitive Parts and who received the representational painting category prize for the 200 UOB Painting of the Year competition.
Chen Chong Swee - 1910 - 1986: graduated from Sin Hua Art Academy, Shanghai, China, and migrated to Singapore, his works are in ink, water color, charcoal, and oil on indigenous scenes.
Chen Jen Hao - a founding member of the Society of Chinese artists, and studied art in Paris, although he is better known for his calligrapher; he passed away in 1976.
Chen Ke Zhan, aka Henri Chen - born 1959: the hanyu pinyin name of Henri Chen who represented Singapore at the Venice Biennale 2001; represented by Plum Blossoms.
Chen Liang - LaSalle graduate, shows at One Gallery, Different Spaces.
Chen Shi Jin - Chinese painting artist who works on pastoral themes.
Chen Wen Hsi, Dr - 1906 - 1992: one of the pioneer Singapore artists with masterly innovative Chinese paintings of fauna, and western oil paintings in his earlier days; trained at Shanghai and Xinhua Axademy of Art and was awarded the Silver Public Star and later conferred honorary doctor of letters by the University of Singapore in 1975.
Chen Yixiang - one of the FARM artists who showed at Esplanade Citylink in 2003; she showed a series of imagined satirical banknotes.
Cheng Guang Feng - born 1982: China-born artist who has moved to Singapore to continue his Art training, and he has showed his first show at Your Mother Gallery in 2005, and showed at Fetterfield in 2006.
Cheo Chai-Hiang - born 1946: trained Royal College of Art, now lecturing in Fine Arts at the University of Western Sydney, Australia, has showed frequently with PKW.
Cheong Boon Yee, Angela - artist with a background in marketing who creates installation works; member of WITAS and who showed at Reconstruction of a City in 2004.
Cheong Kah Kit - born 1976: showed WhistleBristle at Studio 106 and Another Tan and Cheong artshow at The Substation, teaches and conducts workshops for schools of all levels, showed at the 11th Asian Biennale together with Vincent Leow and Shing.
Cheong Kah Kit - Singapore-based visual artist, shows include WhistleBristle at Studio 106 and Another Tan and Cheong artshow at The Substation, teaches and conduct workshops for schools.
Cheong Soo Pieng - born 1917 - 1983: the late artist trained in Amoy and Sin Hua Art Academy, later explored Europe for two years, this pioneer artist is known for his elongated clean figurines of Balinese paintings; he also excels in Chinese and Western style painting.
Cheong Soon Lee - artist with training from the Glasgow School of Art.
Chern Lian Shan - born Taiwan, came to Singapore in 1980, works on design and sculpture, taught at NAFA.
Cheryl Neo - artist who is trained in New York who creates vivid narratives using sound, photography, moving visuals, and found objects.
Cheryl Tan - UK trained artist who group showed Coming and Going.
Cheung Shing Tai, John, Dr - sculptor, SSS member.
Chew Ann Lian - works mainly in oil.
Chew Choon - born 1949 Malaysia: NAFA 1975, specialises in Chinese painting of animals.
Chew Hiong San - Singapore artist.
Chew Ho Son - Chinese calligrapher.
Chew Kim Liong, Dr - lecturer and artist in Chinese painting and abstract style, and director of Visual Arts at the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts in 2002.
Chew Piak San - born 1942: artist at Telok Kurau Studios who is a watercolorist.
Chew Seow Phuang - ceramic artist, NAFA 1982.
Chia Aik Beng, aka Pixelmunky - self taught artist and designer who creates dreamy figurines and pictures.
Chia Chu Yia - female installation artist who is a member of Buffer-Kit, Singapore art group and WITAS, and was a participant in the HouseWork Project.
Chia Hearn Chek - born 1931: semi-abstract landscape painter, member of the Modern Art Society in 1999, and has participated actively in local shows.
Chia Meow Siang, Matt - member of Buffer-Kit who showed 10:10.
Chia Wai Hon - Chelsea School of art and University of Michigan trained artist and writer who is versatile in a range of expressive media in and skilled in rendering subtle hues; he is a member of group 90.
Chia Wei Hou - BA (Hons) from Goldsmiths College 2000, painter who depicts waves, one of the show BOND artists, studio at 4B, taught at National Junior College.
Chiang Jing Ying - born Malaysia: website: sculptor and mixed media artist who creates semi-realistic abstract works that relate to socio-political themes such as religion and massacres, member of Sculpture Society and WITAS.
Chiang Jing Ying - Singaporeart.org reference.
Chieu Shuey Fook - born 1934: known for his works on beaten metal panels, that are copper relief works; he is also a painter and a sculptor.
Chiew Hong San - Chinese painting artist who uses black inks to create atmosphere and scenary.
Chiew Sien Kuan - University of Tasmania graduate, Nanyang Academy of Fine Art staff, whose oil on canvas works include mysterious and intriguing images that are linear and geometric superimposed on realistic landscape imaginary, the elements, and symbols.
Chin Chun Wah - founder member of the Singapore Watercolor Society.
Chin Oi Tow - website: artist and sculptor who played a role in the foundation of modern Singapore sculpture practice.
Ching Hing Kang - born 1944: traditional watercolorist of local scenes, and landscapes, but has created semi-relief works such as windows and handkerchiefs in juxtaposition.
Ching, Mariano - from the artist's youthful consumption of comics, extra-terrestrials, and mutant, emerges these themes in his works.
Chinhong Lim Chang - BFA (Taiwan Normal), Masters Art Education (Illinois), PhD (Ohio), print-maker and educator.
Chio E-Xian - trained LaSalle, painter, showed at Knack and One Gallery, Different Spaces, and showed at New Contemporaries: New Art from LASALLE-SIA College of the Arts.
Chng Chin Kang - born 1963: an article that comments on his satirical Koi paintings, proponent of Singapore sociological-pop painting, Painting Of The Year Award winner in 1998.
Chng Keng Beng - artist who participated in the New Finds Show in 2003, and a prize winner of the 2003 Painting of the Year show.
Chng Nai Wee, Dr - born 1969: website: Biotechnics: FRCS Edinburgh and Glasgow: artworks on medicine, technology and biotechnoethics by the interdisciplinary artist, YAA 1999.
Chng Nai Wee - Pantheon - Innards of Consciousness, permanent show at the Biopolis Block 1, Chromos.
Chng Nai Wee - website: series Organix.
Chng Nai Wee - Brave New World, mixed and dynamic media artworks and installations by the artist.
Chng Nai Wee - inflatable installations at the Esplanade proposal Like or Not? explores associative experience and cognitive dissonance in the appreciation of form and aesthetics.
Chng Nai Wee - 2002 Moleculux - luminescent bodies in hyperspace was shown at Sculpture Square.
Chng Nai Wee - website: Moleculux, password required to view proposals for new works.
Chng Nai Wee - proposal Human Biometry Project.
Chng Nai Wee - concave wall installation The Spirituality of Perception.
Chng Nai Wee - installation Biotechnoethics uses provocative statements to challenge the audience on their views on bioethics.
Chng Nai Wee - digital projection Bioinformatix explores the perceptive hard-wiring that humans use to interpret information.
Chng Seok Tin - born 1946: printmaker and sculptor; the intrepid artist who persevered despite losing her sight from a brain abscess; Her World Woman of the Year Award; president of the Singapore Print-maker Society, studio at Telok Kurau Artist Studios; solo show at Substation, showed at United Nations.
Chng Seok Tin - Singaporeart.org archive.
Chng Seok Tin - participates in the 2nd International Very Special Arts Festival and Very Special Arts Singapore.
Chong Fah Cheong - born 1946: Singapore sculptor resident in Canada who uses the material of wood and bronze, and who has had solo shows at the Substation and Fort Canning.
Chong Jit leong - born 1972 Malaysia: website: BA(Architectural Studies) NUS 1995, portrait artist, owns framing service.
Chong Li-Chuan, aka Chuan - acoustic artist, trained at Goldsmith College in Music, keen to work with visual artists employing elements of sound.
Chong Pai Mu - still life oil painter.
Chong Sok Yee Lisa Ann - pursued fine arts at University of New South Wales, Australia.
Choo Keng Kwang - born 1931: pioneer Singapore artist whose paintings of pigeons, fishes, and Chinatown street scenes are captured with oil on canvas.
Choong Chee Pang, Dr - born 1942: trained at Aberdeen University, Dean of the Graduate School of Trinity Theological College, Singapore, Chinese painting artist with a unique style, uses mixed media collage: group exhibitions in Germany, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Taiwan and Singapore.
Choy Ka Fai - website: a multi-disciplinary artist who works across genres and boundaries, he researches on interactive media as a performative laungauge, a member of Kill Your Television.
Choy Ka Fai - Singaporeart.org reference on the video and performance artist who showed Misfits.
Choy Kok Kee - artist, who hold a Master Degree in Design for Interactive Media from Lansdown Centre of Electronic Arts, Midlesex University, London.
Choy Moo Kheong - born 1950: stylistic semi-realistic abstract landscapes, represented by Artline.
Choy Weng Yang - born 1929: previous curator of the National Museum, an artist who works with formal properties of color, and who writes art articles.
Cristene Chang Hoei - woven tapestry and prints and stable artist of Sunjin Galleries, MASS member.
Christopher Koh - multi-media LaSalle-SIA art graduate whose works employ technology.
Chris Tan - artist who showed at Sensitive Parts.
Chris Yap - digital consultant and photographer, featured in Celebportraits 2005.
Chu Chu Yuan - born 1965 Malaysia: BA (English) University of Malaya: La-salle alumnus: Director of IFIMA, focus on soft sculptural work and partners with Jay Koh.
Chu Lian Ju - Nayang Acdemy of Fine Arts alumni painter who creates provocative works such as Pride and Prejudice.
Chua Aik Boon - Curtin University of Technology, Australia, trained artist.
Chua Boon Kee - born 1953: sculptor trained at Baharrudin Vocational Institute in Applied Sculpture 1973, full-time 1996, exhibited extensively locally, member of Telok Kurau Studios in 2002, director of the Jinxuan Sculptures Contractor, showed work of a hill of red chair sculpture at the Esplanade in 2003.
Chua Boon Keng - psychologist, philosopher and artist who projects his sub-consciousness into his art; second solo show is Blind Reflections.
Chua Chin Chin - performance artist who showed at STOPOVER and at Fetterfield.
Chua Chon Hee - NAFA graduate 1982, print-maker, with an abstract black and white style.
Chua Chye Teck - born 1974: website: Love Story photographs of the heartlands in Singapore; that carries an air of suspense and impending action.
Chua Chye Teck - listing of his shows.
Chua Chye Teck - artist-sculptor, whose works include photograph sets such as Dear, Please let me do the cleaning, which discusses the role of foreign menial laborers in Singapore.
Chua Ek Kay - born 1947 China: Chinese-painting artist, master brush strokes - poetic, lyrical, dynamic; comments on receiving the Cultural Medallion; prints released in collaboration with Singapore Tyler Print Institute.
Chua Eu Tiong, Dr - radiologist and watercolorist who paints gold fishes, paintings are for sale to raise funds for the National University Hospital endowment fund.
Chua, Ferreolus - member of Plastique Kinetic Worms in 2002.
Chua Koon Beng - website: graduate in Psychology and Philosophy from NUS, this artist works on figure drawing, shows with Sunjin in 2005.
Chua Mia Tee - born 1931 China: moved to Singapore 1936, a social realist and portrait painter who has been commissioned by the Singapore government to produce portraits and commemorations of events, he is known for his series of Koi fish paintings, his residence was next to the Command House for many years.
Chua Poh Leng - Nanyang Academy of Fine Art lecturer who is an avid reader and a graduate from Birmingham, and who paints semi-realistic and abstract works.
Chua Say Hua, Anthony - born 1966: painter, Young Artist Award 2001, Philippe Charriol's Most Promising Young Artist 1993, produces Chinese ink nude abstract works, and textured painted works, member of MASS, studio at Telok Kurau.
Chua Sock Hwang - artist who became an administrator at National Arts Council.
Chua Soo Kim - potter, member of the National University of Singapore Center for the Arts Pottery Committee, showed at Ceramitivity: The Second Statement.
Chua Xin Yuan - National Institute of Education trained art teacher and artist who has produced works on drug-induced dream states, and other themes; member of Plastique Kinetic Worms in 2002.
Chuah Thean Teng, Datuk, aka Teng - popularly known as Teng, this pioneer Singaporean painter, an immigrant from China, was the father of Batik painting in the region.
Claire Lim Sheau Shih - participated in the Sculpture Square show Blind Spot and Resolutions and also in the Philippine mall show Display 2004.
Cleo Thang - BFA Washington State University 1993, MPhil (Art History) University of Birmingham 2000, participated in Sensitive Parts, artist, NAFA lecturer and curator.
Colin G Reaney - sculptor and artist who has been a teaching fellow and Professor at School of the Arts, at Nanyang Technological Institute, Singapore, and who is a member of the Singaporean art group Plastique Kinetic Worms, and former head of Sculpture at University of Southern Queensland.
Colin Sai Hua Kuan - installation artist who collaborated with the theatre piece Imagine Forest and also Artists' Book Project.
Constance Wee - produced a large provocative work at the National Museum a decade ago but has not been sighted locally in recent years.
Cynthia Butler Rasche - BFA Columbus College, MFA Tulane: glass and mixed media sculptor: moved to Singapore in 2001, WITAS member.
Damien Lock - works on the subject of electro-acoustic acclimation.
Dan Huang - showed at the alternate art show Red+ White= Pink.
Dana Lam Yoke Kiew - RMIT (Fine Arts), artist who created the series of photographic nude body works Pregnant Pause which was shown at the Singapore Art Museum, and who has had a residency at Studio 106, director of PKW in 2004.
Darran Kuah - member of the nude-illustration interest group.
Dareen Soh - website: photographic artist, showed While You Were Sleeping at the Esplanade in 2005.
Daniel Koh, aka Amateur Provokateur - website: art direction and design artist.
Daniel Kok Yik Leng, aka Daniel K - Goldsmith graduate, dance performance video installation visual artist, choreography in Contemporary Dance course at the Laban Centre for Movement and Dance, Choreological Studies at Birkbeck College, work straddles contemporary dance and the visual arts via a sculptural context, co-staged Anaglyphs at Substation 2003.
Daniel Lin - showed at the alternate art show Red+White=Pink.
Daniel Poh - showed at the alternate art show Red+White=Pink.
Darrell Lim - trained at LaSalle, showed at Untitled Gallery, interested in translating time, space and pacing in film onto a two-dimensional medium, sequencing ,the generic and commonality are some of the issues addressed.
Dianelle Siauw - born 1975: website: IT professional and self-taught realistic still-life artist who shows and markets her creations online, self-represented.
David Chan Kian Wei - website: RMIT BFA 2004: artist who creates pop art works and showed at Asia Pop at Art Seasons in 2004, Art Seasons stable of artists.
David Chan Kian Wei - Singaporeart.org reference.
David Lee - UK trained artist who group showed Coming and Going.
David Lim - Puff Daddies: child-like interpretations, adult themes; a series of oil-pastel musings on obese-fatherly figures with an unspoken stimulation.
David Teo - digital photographic artist who showed at Best of Singapore Art 2004.
Debbie Siau Shiu Ngo - Malaysian citizen, Singapore permanent resident, printmaker and member of Singapore Printmaker Society, armed with a Bachelors of Information Technology and Japanese from the University of Tasmania.
DEADFISH - team of four entities Yong, Miso Soup, Team Fragnetics who revises the 3-dimensional maze in Counterstrike to known Singapore spaces, former Anglo Chinese Junior College students where they formed the group.
December Pang Hwee Kuen - artist who works with threads to create color line abstract compositions on wooden frames, she was featured on Arts Central in 2002, represented by Art-2.
Dekonstsruckt; aka Edmund Tan - full-time audio-visual artist with an impressive portfolio of productions, transforms wired electronics into a living breathing visual art entity that aptly fuses both aural and visual stimulants into a cohesive presentation of electronic art, showed Delirious at Reconstruction of a City in 2004.
Dee Chia Yu Teng - National Institute of Education graduate who works with ceramics, photography and computer technology.
Delia Prvacki,aka Iliesiu - born 1950 Romania: stoneware artist with studio in Singapore, art lecturer La Salle Academy of Fine Arts, showed A Piece of the Sky VII and By the River at Esplanade in 2004.
Dennis Tan - founder of The Other House, trained artist and architect who showed at Future of Imagination 2.
Desmond Sim - first solo show Musings on Love at Space 21 and showed at the alternate art show Red+White=Pink.
Desmond Wee - lecturer at School of Interdisciplinary Studies, Ngee Ann Polytechnic.
Devaki - painter of sensual semi-abstract flower color images; based in Paris; trained at La-Salle SIA College of the Arts; 3rd solo show in 2003; showed at New Finds 2003, aligned with the gallery Art-2, practicing since 1997.
Diana Chua - art educator and artist who was trained in Taiwan, painter.
Diana Wang - Diploma in Fine Arts from NAFA, her philosophy behind her many creations is "Freedom of Art Forms" where the observer would require concentration on the painting, yet not give too much thought into how it might have been made.
Dino Hafian Bin Ahmad - one of 4 artists who showed Parts and Paths.
Dom Violi - Australian artist whose stay in Singapore has inspired the prodution of works on the sensuousness of the human body that was shown at Space 21.
Dominic Chang - member of group 90, a nude-illustration group.
Dominic Hui - painter and video-maker based in Toronto and Singapore.
Donald-Eric Lim - ceramics and glass artist who participated in the Life from Earth show in 2003, protege of Iskandar Jalil, exhibiting since 1987.
Donna Ong Mei Ching - born 1978: trained architect from University College London, NAC scholarship, art graduate from Goldsmith College, she is interested in weaving unexpected narratives between found objects, and a co-founder of Perumal Studios, an arts gallery, her studio is at Dunlop Street in 2006.
Donna Ong Mei Ching - her group show Symbiosis with Chng Nai Wee and Rajinder Singh at the Marina Mandarin in 2006.
Donna Ong Mei Ching - photograph of the Symbiosis show.
Dora Schubert - graduate of Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, and University of South Florida in Fine Arts, this glass-bead Chinese Singaporean artist now resides in Germany.
Dorathy Lye Li Miang - 1999 BA (Hons) Goldsmiths College, London, Art Coordinator Nanyang Junior College, participated in several group exhibitions in Singapore, the most recent being Bond - The Young Artists Show 2004.
showed Still Feeling a the 2004 BOND show, painter, studio at p-4B.
Dovan Ong - part of KYTV and participated in the Graphite Project in 2004 and Self-portraiture show at ICA.
Dumolie Marie-France - installation artist concerned with the invisible environmental elements, lightness of being, and the effusive use of sublime ultramarine blue.
Earl Lu Ming Teck, Dr - born 1925 Hong Kong - 2005: a trained surgeon, started serious painting at 40, this artist renders Chinese brush painting of flowers, especially roses, nudes, and landscapes; a member of group 90, he is represented by Ipreciation in 2002.
Edmund Heng - NIE artist-educator.
Edmund Seek Ngak Pin - showed SEEK in 2003.
Edwin Ho - attended Santa Monica College, photographic artist who showed in Imprint in New York, art director.
E E Shaun - website: trained at Republic Polytechnic, design and graphic artist, and cartoonist, and creative artist, calls his site Gardernsilly.
Ein, aka Siak Fahn-Ein - see below.
Elizabeth Jane Porter - trained at LaSalle, showed at the alternate art show Red+ White= Pink, showed at Untitled Gallery.
Elsie Yu, Dr - sculptor, designer, and painter who was trained in Britain, also lecturer at local polytechnic, works are shown at the Singapore General Hospital and the Lighthouse condominium of her birds in flight style, and noted for her brass work Soaring Vision, and her coin designs for the Monetary Authority of Singapore.
Emily Chua - artist uses film, created Andy Forever and showed at Worms Festival 6, a The Other Housemate.
Emily Kwong Hiu Yan - artist who has worked with video installation.
Eng Chee Chong - artist who showed Copyworks: 3 Chronicles.
Eng Joo Heng - printmaker and NAFA lecturer, based in Paris for a few years.
Eng Tow - born 1947: attended NAFA, Bachelors degree at Winchester School of Art, Masters degree in textile at the Royal College of Art in London, female artist, uses different textures of paper for compositions.
Eric Chan - born 1975: RMIT graduate whose paintings of oil on canvas evoke dreamy surreal landscapes, reflections, and close-up of objects layered with its shadows; he is technically competent, and subtle in his application of his materials, and his choice of his subjects.; he is active in Singapore, and is also the director of Black Sheep Creatives.
Erica Lai - born 1981: website: BFA La Salle 2006, photography artist, 1st photography category Painting of the Year Competition, judges' choice at Singapore Art Show 2005.
Eric Lim - website: digital artist.
Erika Tan - born 1967: Singapore-born British-based award-winning inventive digital, film, and installation artist who studied film-directing at Beijing Academy of Film, fine art at Central St Martins, and social anthropology and archaeology at Cambridge, shows in SB2006.
En Arn Ling, Celeste - one of the FARM artists who showed at Esplanade.
Erzan Bin Adam - winner of the 20th Painting of the Year Competition, and works with bright paint strokes, and who has had a solo show Vivid! at the Alliance Francaise, and created the work Text Box.
Eugene Soh Yew Lin - born 1963: BSc Mathematics NUS, disabled artist who paints, and has shown at the Hakaren Gallaery - VSA "Five Elements" Art Exhibition at Sheraton Towers Singapore, and has been selected to represent Singapore to participate in the water color and oil painting event of the 6th International Abiliympics Competition held in New Dehli, India.
Esther Ng - printmaker and member of Printmaker Society, shows drawings and prints at Shifting Spaces with Marisa Keller at Utterly Art in 2004.
Eve Ong - painter trained at La Salle, her first group show is Knack and solo shows are Self-Veiled I and II at Un-titled Gallery.
Evelyn EL Kok - website: Masters in Fine Arts and Design, University of Tasmania, founder of Art in Mission, painter.
Evelyn Tian - first solo exhibition Being Itself at Cape of Good Hope Gallery in 2003.
Ezzam Rahman - majored Sculpture at LaSalle SIA, 2 solo shows and several shows, explores WYSIWYG concept, and phyto-organic forms.
Faizal Fadil - born 1967: attended LaSalle: Malay sculptor, found object of the study of Thermos Flask at the Sculpture in Singapore exhibition is documented, and was formerly a sculptor at Telok Kurau Studios.
Fan Shao Har - born 1963: formally trained Beijing artist who now lives and works in Singapore, NAFA lecturer, produces riveting and provocative, and sometimes violent and haunting realistic images, member of Urban Artists and MASS.
Fan Chang Tien - the late Chinese ink painter is noted for his xieyi style of painting, master to disciple painters that include Henri Chen, Chua Ek Kay, and Nai Swee Leng.
Fazelah Supaat Abas - woodcut print artist, art educator, member of APAD, showed at CINTA.
Felicia Low Ee Ping - born 1976: trained Goldsmith College 1999; co-founder of Artists without Limits and an Artist Village installation artist who was involved in the Post-Ulu Show, art educator who received the Outstanding Youth in Education Award 2005.
Felix Ng - website: artist that uses the medium of graphic design.
Fern Min Eng - Shanghai trained Chinese artist now resident in Singapore who creates painterly works with a kaleidoscope of colors.
Ferreolus Chua - member of Plastique Kinetic Worms in 2002.
Florence Shen - website: abstract collage and painting artist, member of MASS.
Foo Aiwei - born Malaysia: based Singapore, co-founder of The Other House, artist, writer, uses fashion and fabric, text and font in her works.
Foo Chee San - born 1928 China: Chinese painting artist, theme - scenery, President of the Society of Chinese Artists.
Foo Hong Tatt - Malaysian born Singaporean artist painter who now resides in Long Island, USA and heads the art department at Commack High School.
Foo Kwee Horng - watercolorist and printmaker.
Foo Say Ting - artist who has participated in local shows, and has a delightful painting in oil called Fruitful, which is an interesting play on the colors of green and purple.
Francis Kwok Peng Kin - watercolorist who paints birds of Singapore.
Francis Ng Teck Yong - photographic print artist whose C-Type Print work Constructing Construction#1 of protruding uncompleted highway at Serangoon Road in Singapore, was a winner at the Asean Art Awards of 2002 and who has since shown at Sight and Sound and Installing Memory, his 2002 solo is Delocating Margins.
Francis Ng Teck Yong - on winning the Asean Art Award and the UOB Photographic Medium Prize.
Francis St Clair Mackenzie; aka Frank - an Australian member of the Singapore based art group Finelines that presents drawings, and a member of group 90 - a studio nude illustration interest group.
Francis Thomas - co-founder of the SAS.
Francois Antoine Saverias - media designer and artists whose interest is in the exploring of time and space using broadcast design and motion graphics.
Frankie Ng Tze Wei - a Princeton-trained economist, he is a part-time film artist and media theatre designer; he showed at R(A) at PKW in 2004, his work was ONO, Watch Your Step.
Gao Hong - calligrapher and painter.
Gary Lim - artist, photographer, and graphic designer who also curates, trained at University of Illinois, received MFA from University of Arizona, part-time lecturer at La-Salle SIA and NIE in 2004, showed at Don't Let Sleeping Androids Lie.
Gek Yeo Choo - Iowa-based Singaporean artist who paints abstract-realistic works and who is inspired by Taoism and Buddhism.
Gene Sharudyn bin Mohamed Yahya, aka Gene Sha Rudyn - born 1968: Singaporean of Siamese Javanese ancestry, music, theatre and collaborative installation artist who showed at Berita Harian, and a signatory of the Arts Community Proposal.
Genevieve Chua - born 1984: website: themes of landscape, desire, and women, favours graphite drawings depicting solitary woman in the wilderness.
George Chua Khim Ser - born 1973: website: interdisciplinary artist that works with sound, body, film theatre, and visuals, a former associate artist of Substation, showed at Wriredcrossing, showed with PKW, showed with Yuen Chee Wai and Alwyn Lim in a sound installation in SB2006.
George Chua Khim Ser - Singaporeart.org reference.
Georgette Chen Li Ying - born 1906 France - 1993: trained in France and later trained in New York, late Singaporean pioneer female artist, paints in an impressionist Nanyang style still life and portraits.
Georgiana Phua - LaSalle trained, designed SIA mural for URA at Bugis.
Georgie Campus - New Zelander lawyer resident in Singapore who has switched to become a photo-artist with her urban shop house architectural facade black and white photo works.
Geraldine Lau - works primarily in drawing and painting, and her works have been featured in the International Print Center New York exhibitions (2003), and shows in US and Singapore, recipient of SIF grant.
Geraldine Martha Schubert - Sacred Stories Divine Forms solo show in 2002.
Geraldine Schubert - a member of UTU Artworks.
Geraldine Yu Tsz-Hsin - painter who creates works based on 'content, form, and creativity', and held Hues & Views in my Space
Gog Sin Hooi - 1933-1994: late founder member of the Singapore Watercolor Society, created old Singapore scene paintings in traditional British transparent watercolor style; influenced by the late Lim Cheng Hoe.
Goh Aik Chew - Chinese ink and oil-painting artist who was born in Malaysia.
Goh Ban Cheng - Chinese ink painting artist.
Goh Ban Eng - Chinese ink realistic artist who has rendered figures.
Goh Beng Kwan - born 1937 Indonesia: artist studied at Arts Student's League, worked in New York before returning to Singapore, specializes in collages, and painting; solo show at National Museum in 1991, and Jendala in 2003.
Goh Chiew Lye - Chinese painting realistic artist.
Goh Chye Khee - born 1956: artist who has had a one-man show at the de Art Gallery in Singapore.
Goh Eck Kheng - born 1955: ceramist whose works of bowl shaped objects have a pitted heavier texture, and are simple and utilitarian, involved in the making of ceramics since 1990 at the Sam Mui Kuang Pottery in Singapore the old dragon kiln, now demolished.
Goh Ee Choo - born 1962: one of the trio of Trimurti, art researcher and artist inspired by the wisdom of Buddhist philosophy; works have a strong graphical element.
Goh Ee Choo - Awakening of the Spiritual Dragon brings the artist the jury's award in the finals of the Asean Art Awards.
Goh Kheng Yew, aka Jinananda - website: artist who has Buddha as his subjects in his Chinese-painting and mixed media works and who staged the show Luminosity.
Goh Kheng Yew, aka Jinananda - details on his show Luminosity.
Goh Lye Kiat - born 1944: watercolorist.
Goh Siew Guan - born 1942: watercolorist.
Goh Siew Ngee, Jane - Nanyang Academy graduate who paints black and white street scenes in 2003.
Goh Sze-Hui, Tamares - participated in APEX in 2002.
Goh Yau Kee - Chinese calligraphy artist who practices the running script.
Goo Chuen Hang - figure renditions, some works have received acclaims from local art shows.
Gordon Koh Wee Hau - artist whose works of lines and tiles show his reflective approach to daily and artistic considerations; A Fraction of Precision.
Gover Jane - Bachelor Art Education, Newcastle CAE; Masters Fine Arts RMIT, installation, collaborative community-based artist, who explores issues of Motherhood and emotive elements, participated in the 1993 5th Passage show.
Grace Quek, aka Annabel Chong - born 1972: website: studied art, photography, and feminism at University of Southern California: intense debate as to whether she is the most extreme feminist performance artist in new media or just an adult actress who has retired into web design practice.
Grace Kwa Yi Ru - showed Remnants of a Dream at the BOND show, and studio is p-14A.
Grace Tan - artist showed at New Finds 2003.
Green Zeng - member of the Metabolic Theater Laboratory and Post Ulu Group. His recent works which fuse various disciplines are of Erocriticism, JackieGreen and Lum Mui, coordinated a video program for Fukuoka Art Museum.
Gunalan Nadarajan - eloquent and passionate Singapore Indian male artist, curator, and art theorist, who works with the biotechnologies, mechanics, and information technologies to enable biological organisms, for instance plants and trees; PhD, head of Art Theory at LaSalle SIA College of the Arts in 2002, Associate Dean of Research and Graduate Studies, College of Arts and Architecture at the Pennsylvania State University (USA) in 2005.
Guo Liang - painter, curator, writer for exhibitions, Hamal Butt Art Award in 2002 at Goldsmiths College, curated And we took ourselves out of our hands…
Guy La Pointe - Canadian artist who lived in Singapore for a few years, collaboration with Lutz Presser.
Hamidah Jalil - born 1960: expressionistic paintings on canvas by the Malay artist.
Han Jee Li - sculptor, SSS member.
Han Kiang Siew - born 1977: website: architect and artist, who has participated in shows organized with Plastique Kinetic Worms, and is a member of Buffer-Kit; known for his array of disciplined standardized cut-out figures seen in the show Deriving Spaces and Cinepolitans.
Han Kiang Siew - Singaporeart.org archive.
Han Kin Kwang - abstract painter.
Han Kuan Cheng - a member of the Modern Art Society in the 60s.
Han Sai Por - born 1943: dedicated woman sculptor, founding president of the Sculpture Society, whose specialty material is stone but works with a variety of media and has numerous public works.
Han Sai Por - Flow through the Rocks, at the Portland Sculpture Trust in United Kingdom, has public commissions Shimmering Pearls at Capital Land Tower and Brain Forest.
Harman Hussin - born 1973: Malay artist and assistant project curator of Berita Harian.
Haslinda Binte Abdul Rahman - majored painting at LaSalle SIA, interested in the idea of marks and traces, showed at Best of Singapore Art 2004.
Hassan Zolkifly bin Abdul Rahim - born 1961: ceramist trained in Ireland, member of Plastique Kinetic Worms in 2002, lecturer of NIE in 2004.
Hazel Leong Wai Yhee - new media artist who graduated from the Birmingham Institute of Art & Design, presents her first show Gossip at Front Room Gallery.
Hazel Lim - artist who majored in Sociology and Statistics from the National University of Singapore, and earned a Bachelors of Fine Arts from RMIT, creating work that explores the terrain of urbanism and architecture.
Hazel McIntosh - part of the Women and Their Art all-women show at the National Museum Art Gallery in 1991 that was curated by Susie Koay.
He Ziyan - artist explains Annabel Chong vs Mr Kiasu Round 1 to 251; Ziyan is also a curator of art shows such as ENTROPY!
Heiko Niedermeyer, aka Heiko and Selina Niedermeyer - website: a couple who paint and collaborate on one and the same canvas and wall murals in a vast spectrum of abstract and concrete formal expression; they exhibit with Wetterling Teo Gallery.
Heleston Chew Khai Suen - Bachelor of Contemporary Arts 2003 (University of Tasmania): uses latex imprint of his face to deliver a ghostly projected image of the head, such as in Point of View; printmaker and member of Printmaker Society, runs Chisel and Mallet.
Heman Chong, aka No Sleep Required - born 1977 Malaysia: website: raised and educated in Singapore, trained graphic designer and video installation artist, Masters in Communication Art and Design at Royal College of Art, United Kingdom, showed at Venice Biennale 2003, YAA 2005.
Heman Chong - Singaporeart.org reference.
Heman Chong - a representative of Singapore at the Venice Biennale in 2003.
Heman Chong - show list.
Heman Chong - Snore Louder if You Can show.
Heng Eow Lim - artist who is a member of the Modern Art Society.
Heng Swee Kiang - known for Float-Hung, an installation with bamboo strips, nylon string, and rice paper that explores the internal space of a capsular bed that is similar to that of a coffin.
Heng Who Kiat - participated in Artists' Book Project 2004.
Heng Yew Seng - 2005 Curriculum Planning Officer at the Ministry of Education,1996 BA (Hons) Goldsmiths College, showed Game of Concentration at the 2004 BOND show, studio p-4B.
Herni Yanti binte Abdul Karim - Monash University Masters of Visual Arts graduate artist, recipient of 2004 NAC Overseas Bursary.
Hew Soon Hun, Ann - Goldsmith College graduate and National Institute of Education graduate artist who participated in 7xi.
Hiah Buang Ho, Jeremy - artist who creates a whimsical exhibition at Utterly Art, who has completed an advance course in Visual Arts in Italy, and who is a member of Artist Village.
Ho Chee Lick, Dr - phD in Linguistics, oil painter, Pulau Ubin captured by oil on canvas, and Reverence, a homage to the ordinary.
Ho Ho Ying - Art History graduate of Nanyang University, one of the founder members of Modern Art Society, and an exponent of Modernism in the early days of Singapore Art through his action abstract paintings; he has been the President of the Federation of Art Societies.
Ho E Moi - printmaker and member of Printmaker Society.
Ho Kah Leong, Dr - born 1937: NAFA 1956: realistic landscape artist, works primarily in oil, previously the Parliamentary Secretary of the Arts, PAP MP, member of parliament from 1st to 8th assemblies, the principal of NAFA 1997-2002, his works of oil on canvas on local landscapes, bestowed a doctorate by the Wisconsin International University.
Ho Kar Hui, Shirley - painter and installation artist whose works deal with everyday objects, and the ideas of cleansing, sacrifice and renewal based on the Christian faith.
Ho Kok Hoe - born 1922: architect and pioneer artist whose works aim to achieve an 'impressionist' effect with 'human interest', known for his work Conversations.
Ho See Kum - artist and art instructor and educator.
Ho Soon Yeen - an installation, multi-media and performance artist, one of the members of the team that created a site-specific installation at Blk 124 Kim Tian Place, member of WITAS.
Ho Tzu Nyen - born 1976: artist explores the world of miniature spy cameras, narcissism, voyeurism, and formation of external mental models in The Cave, and is studying Creative Arts in Australia in 2002; produced a work on suicides in 2003; film-maker, writer, curator; takes part in Sao Paolo Biennale 2004, shows the Bohemian Rhapsody at Singapore Biennale 2006.
Ho Tzu Nyen - shows Sang Nila Utama at Sao Paulo Biennele in 2004.
Ho Yee Ping - born 1934: scenery watercolorist, founder member of the Singapore Watercolor Society.
How Kah Cheng - born 1936: (Educational Psychology) Nanyang University, oil on canvas, Chinese ink painter.
Hong Sek Chern - born 1967: Young Artist award recipient mathematician-trained artist whose Chinese ink drawing-paintings employ strong play on classical perspective and line weights to create provocative architectural spaces, and who has exhibited at Sao Paulo Biennale; works Structure I and II were executed in Chinese ink.
Hou Hsi Ching - 1915 - 1996: born China, Chinese ink painter, participated in exhibitions in London, Moscow, Hong Kong, Singapore and Tokyo, solo show at the Singapore National Museum Art Gallery in 1987.
Hong Zhu An - born 1955 Shanghai: monochromatic, sparse abstract works on Chinese paper, sometimes sprinkled with Chinese calligraphy characters, winner of the Painting of the Year Competition, represented by Plum Blossoms.
Huang Fong, aka Oei Ping Liang, aka Angin Kuning - born 1936 Genteng, Banyuwangi: one of the generation of painters of indigenous subjects and scenery, at least 10 solo shows.
Huang Pao Fang - Chinese brush artist whose flower and stones are characterized by expressive and forceful brushworks and an individualistic rough and loose style.
Hui Yuet Heung - Chinese ink painting artist who graduated from the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts.
Ian Woo Yew Kong - born 1967: engaged PhD (Fine Arts) RMIT: a contemporary oil painter, whose works encourage the viewer to find a meaning between reality and imagination, solo show in 2003 is the error hope drawings, and also showed at Art Invitational 2004.
Ian Woo Yew Kong - participates in the Fullerton Hotel show Pigments and Metaphors.
Ian Woo Yew Kong - Enigmatic Appearances.
Idris Bin Mohd Ali - artist who has participated in several local art shows.
Idris Mohd Ali - watercolorist-illustrator with landscape themes.
Ika Zahri - batik painter who has exhibited in Singapore and New York, he is the son of Sarkasi Tzee.
Imdiu Wong - responds from the dark, explores if detachment if a form of escapism, and also presented the show Safari.
Irene Hong Kim Geok - painter, visiting lecturer at NAFA,1997 Philip Morris Asean Art Awards, art teacher who uses Chinese ink and water color in her still-life works.
Irina Aristarkhova, Dr - born Russia: website: assistant professor and Director of Cyberarts Research Initiative at NUS.
Irina Aristarkhova - sharing of cyberspace in her portal as shown in Virtual Chora, wife of curator and artist Gunalan.
Iris Tan - trained mosaic art who does commissions and has her Mosaico workshop at WorkLoft@Chip Bee Gardens.
Iskandar Jalil - born 1940: prominent ceramic artist of Singapore, Cultural Medallion 1998 and Pingat Apat 1998 recipient who has had several solo exhibitions to date, known to sell 100 of his works a year, member of the NAC Advisory Board 2003, he was in the news in 2004 when he was compelled to dismantle his trustworthy kiln after many years of using it because the gas cylinders exceed the residential limit.
Ismail Ishak - born 1968: Malay artist who showed at Berita Harian.
Jaafar Latiff - born 1937: primarily batik and sometimes acrylic abstract-expressionistic color works by the self-taught Malay artist, who has also used digital media.
Jacelyn Kee Lee Ling - creates perspective landscapes in a quasi-impressionistic and pointillism style, showed at Little India Open Studios.
Jack Rootman, Dr - Canadian artist trained at Arts Student League of New York, he is a painter and printmaker with a studio in Vancouver, he works for a month in Singapore every year as a eminent visiting expert on the field of Orbital Surgery, solo show Sacred Places at Utterly Art in August 2006.
Jack Youngblood - website - comes to Singapore in 2006 to be a teaching member of the NTU school of design and media, teaches digital painting.
Jack Youngblood - his show Recent Work in Singapore in 2006.
Jacklyn Soo - born 1985: website: Lasalle-SIA College of the Arts in Fine Art (Sculpture) 2001, participated in Worm’s Festival 1999 and 2000 and The Artists Village’s Post-Ulu (1999-2000), organised a performance involving local musicians and artists in 2000.
Jacklyn Soo - Singaporeart.org reference.
Jackson Tan - a member of Phunk Studio.
Jacqueline Ng - born 1940: the sister of the late Dr Ng Eng Teng, and a sculptor.
Jahan Loh - first solo exhibition Cherry Pop at Utterly Art in 2003, sexually-charged aesthetic paintings rendered in a graphic style.
Jailani Kuning, aka Zai Kuning - born 1964: Singapore: see below.
James Khing, aka Superstar - born 1977: website: NAFA and Temasek Polytechnic trained artist and designer, multi-media and digital productions, does not wish to be classified with labels, the feature of an interview at Green Donkey.
James Robert Holdsworth - MFA, British member of Singapore based Finelines that presents drawings and operator of the Block 43 painting gallery at Chip Bee WorkLoft Gardens at Holland Village in 2004.
James Tan - Singaporean artist trained in Chinese painting who has exhibited around the world.
Jane Cowie - born 1962 Australia: website: Australian glass artist who lives and works in Singapore, lecturer of Contemporary Glass Course NUS / La Salle, founder, EaSt CoAst StuDio GlaSs workshop, 2003.
Jane Lee - shows at One Gallery, Different Spaces and New Contemporaries: New Art from LASALLE-SIA College of the Arts.
Jane Porter - shows at the Appetites for Litter.
Janet Teoh - shows at the "art at the unexpected places event at Raffles Place" in 1999.
Janice Chin Mei Jie - born 1981 Malaysia: website: NAFA 2003 Diploma in Fine Art (Western Painting) works deal with metaphors of the human condition - the struggling in silence, pastels is also her forte, showed at Tissue Art at Gajah Gallery and also at HYPE show Singapore.
Janice Chin Mei Jie - I = Am show at Utterly Art in 2006, shows with Arron Teo.
Janice Yap En Ning - child prodigy artist who is causing raves in the local arts scene.
Janice Yap En Ning - website: Yahoo for Janice, set-up by her father.
Jason Ho I-Ju - installation artist who produces provocative works.
Jason Lim Eng Wah - born 1966: founder artist member of Utopia, with installation works of clay, chairman of STOPOVER show.
Jason Lim Eng Wah - Jason Lim's recent clay works at the Substation 2002.
Jason Lim Eng Wah - Toowoomba Relics.
Jason Lim Eng Wah - speaks at p-10 in 2004.
Jason Lim Eng Wah - Fruits of Labour, the 2005 show.
Jason Ong - born 1970: website: Diploma in Product Design, Temasek Polytechnic, then Masters in Furniture Design, Domus Academy, Milan, Italy, NAFA lecturer 2005: furniture-artist, transformed furniture as symbols of his search for meaning, his explorations into archetypal forms and universal themes, President's Young Talents Show 2005.
Jason Ong - Singaporeart.org reference.
Jason Wee Han Chong - recipient of the NAC-Shell Scholarship, trained at Parsons School of Fine Arts, he showed Celestial Encounters with Pavarthi Nayar in 2003 at Utterly Art, and Bao Bei at the Substation in 2005, an artist who employs Digital Media, a photographic artist, a poet and a writer, showed at Singapore Biennale 2006.
Jay Koh - founder of IFIMA in 1992, born in Singapore but citizen of Germany, artist who has had a residency with the Substation on Public Engaged Art, and has given talks on Engaged Art and Critical Art, works often with Chu Chu Yuan.
Jaymen Ng Kok Seng - multi-media artist who taught at Orita-Sinclair.
Jean Bullock - British sculptor resident in Singapore from 1959-1963 who played a role in the development of Ng EngTeng's sculpture work development.
Jeannie Ho - Singapore artist.
Jean Sim - young artist whose works deal with sexuality.
Jeanette Ng - website: film and sound artist.
Jeffrey Ho Kiat - shows with Jolene Lai at Utitled Gallery in 2005.
Jeffrey Say Seck Leong - in collaboration with Salleh Japar in showcasing Re-presentations, an installation with various objects, and has show Heart, Soul, and Mind; trained as historian at University of Queensland.
Jennifer Teo - honorary secretary of the Artists Village of 2002, curator of the Bye Bye Albert project, project manager of the Melatonin project, co-founder of p-10, artist and curator.
Jenny Wong Rasu - Chinese ink painter of the xieyi style.
Jeremy C G Ramsey - born 1932 England: website: trained in Fine Arts at Reading University and Hammersmith School of Arts and Crafts, former President of the Modern Art Society, resided in Singapore for more than 20 years.
Jeremy C G Ramsey - British-trained master painter of bold color abstract works on canvas who has exhibited with Redfern Gallery and Wetterling Teo Gallery.
Jeremy Chu Chan Peng - trained at the Art Institute of Boston, this artist explores notions of placement/displacement in time and space and concepts of cultural space production in the in-between processes of change; he employs site-specific installations/performance and photo documents ideas.
Jeremy Hiah Buang Hoe - artist village member, graduate of RMIT, tri-artist collaborative video installation Alien Nation showed in Italy during June and July 2001,designed and co-ordinated tile-work at the Merlion Tower, Sentosa, worked with Plasticque Kinetic Worms and performed at various international platforms all over Europe, Asia, Australia.
Jeremy Hiah Buang Hoe - RAW show at Your Mother Gallery.
Jeremy Sharma, aka Nut Crunch - LASALLE-SIA and RMIT BA in Fine Art 2003, winner Della Butcher Award for excellence in Painting 1999, painter, participated in the Artists' Book Project 2004, first solo 2004 at Substation, member of KYTV/TIRAMISU.
Jessie Lim - born Brunei: website: educated at Dartmouth College in the 1980s, Singaporean female ceramist and potter who has several solo exhibitions at the National Museum and showed at Steninge World Exhibition of Ceramics 2003 in Sweden and Norway, full-time practice in 1986.
Jezlyn Tan - member of Plastique Kinetic Worms in 2002; artist's works are cynical and witty and focuses on social contemporary issues; she showed top US up at the Esplanade; her works are created from traditional materials such as cement, acrylic, aluminum strips, and wood.
Jimmy Ong - born 1964: Singaporean artist based in America with large gestural figurative and still-life drawings, previously represented by Plum Blossoms and Cicada Gallery, he showed at Block 43 in 2004.
Joanna Ling - born 1949: Graduated from Normal College, Singapore: 10 solo shows in Portugal, Hong Kong, Macau and Singapore, art awards in Singapore and Australia.
Joanne Lim Wei Ling - Make a Bright Choice the collaborative work received third place in the Arts against Aids competition.
Joe Lim - digital and animation artist.
Joel Seah - well-traveled artist and recipient of a Shaffer Fellowship at Syracuse University where he trained in the Master of Fine Arts Printmaking program, creates Kasut Manek at Esplanade, showed at Utterly Art.
Joey Soh - born 1983: NAFA 2004, showed at Chope-a-seat.
John Bullock - British educator and painter who was resident and active in Singapore during 1959-1963.
John Clang - Singaporean artist who employs photographic methods in his ouvre; he is based in New York.
John Clang - his show at Jendala in 2004.
John Lim Kian Kok - abstract artist who was active in the eighties in Singapore, featured in Singapore Artists Speak.
John Low - works with installation and photography, pursuing a PhD in Art in Curtin in 2003; a lecturer at Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts.
John Matthews, Dr - phD, main research field is the origin and development of visual representation and expression in early childhood, professor visual and performing arts at NIE.
John Tan - a ceramist trained in art education.
John Tan Chor Yong - born 1933: NAFA alumni, and a trained lawyer whose students include Tommy Koh and Jayakumar, has held solo visual arts shows, and is primarily a jewelry designer currently.
Jolinda Goh - co-founder member of Modern Art Society in 1964.
Jolly Koh - born 1941 Singapore: resident in Malaysia, painter and art educator whose color abstract works are displayed at the basement Ballroom foyer of Fullerton Hotel, represented by Shenns, trained at Hornsey College of Art, attended University of London, and Indiana University.
Jon Ker Kaw - website: multi-media artist who draws inspiration from architectural and dynamic natural systems, known for work In Search of Maxwell's Demon.
Jonathan Chan - RMIT Masters of Fine Art, participates in Concerted Spaces in 2003.
Jonathan Yip - artist.
Josef Ng Sing Chor - born 1971: controversial performance artist who, at age 22, whipped tofu and snipped off his pubic hair in a show of artistic comment on the caning of homosexuals by the Singapore authority, reporting of the landmark Brother Cane performance on 1993 Dec 31,1994 New Year's Day, ironically, now reviewed by the authorities to be a prodigal son - talented nonetheless and able to contribute to the drive to make Singapore an art hub,
Josephjne Chang Min Li - graduate of the Camberwell College of the Arts, who creates works based on religious icons.
Joshua Yang - born Malaysia: majored painting and drawing at University of Huddersfield and Masters in Fine Arts at LaSalle, Singapore-trained civil engineer, works explore objects at the verge of obsolescence.
Joy Lee - LaSalle trained, painter who showed at Pulp Fest and Don't Pick My Pocket.
Joy-an Loh - artist who works with ceramics.
Joyce Chia - artist who participated in the Made in Singapore show.
Joyce Vyvyvann Lim - born 1968: graphic designer of Redefined Design and artist who works in computer graphics, light, and video media.
Joyce Ng - emerging artist.
Joyce Ng - participates in Mixage.
Judy Chang - showed at Arts Alliance Group.
Judy Ng - graphic designer and painter in an energized exuberant style.
Julia Oh - paints in a variety of media, including acrylics, pastel, charcoal and mixed media, her special interest is painting on silk.
Julian Stone - trained in Fine Art at Winchestor School of Fine Art, his practice is on typography and new media.
Juliana Yasin - born 1970: installation and performance artist, involved in Singapore, Indonesia, and Australia shows.
Juliana Yasin - website: documenting her works.
Juliana Yasin - Malay woman artist participates at Mixage, and her works include the collaborative project Stitch...
Juliana Yasin - website: maintains a log of the happenings in Singapore and regional visual arts scene.
Julie Ross - multimedia installation art exhibition.
Junaidi Iskandar Wa’ee - trained at La Salle.
Juneo Lee Eng Keong - artist who has 3 solo shows in Singapore and Australia, research interests include issues of post-colonial identity in visual representation and the aspect of "bridging" or "transfer" of knowledge through thinking and learning process using art, MA University of Western Sydney, BFA University of Tasmania.
Justin Lee CK - born 1963: website: training Academy of Fine Arts, University of Sydney; artist who participated in the Made in Singapore show and whose first solo show was Double Happiness: Fantasy in Red; graphic designer by training, printer who is a member of Printmaker Society, showed at Reconstruction of a City in 2004, and also at Asia Popwebsite.
Justin Lee CK - Singaporeart.org reference.
Justin Loke Kian Whee - Fine Arts Painting and Drawing from University of Huddersfield, interdisciplinary and mixed media artist whose work Tried Half Heartedly to Start a Dead Engine was exhibited at Nokia Singapore Art.
Justin Ng - an artist who showed at New Finds Show 2003.
Kai Lam, aka Lam Hoi Lit, aka Lin Kai Lie, aka kAI Lam, aka kAI - born 1974: website: studied at LaSalle College of the Arts; the artist whose practice is based on daily activities in the urban environment; one of the trio of artists who founded Studio 19, has been President of the Artists' Village, Sculpture Society member.
Kai Lam - artist who staged S.O.S. at Utterly Art and also Oi! Oi! 1,2,3 Everybody Let's Say EN-TRO-PY!
Kai Lam - takes part in the Last Laugh show at Earl Lu Gallery.
Kai Lam - co-performs with Lee Wen on Give Peace a Chance Redux at the Singapore Management University.
Kakim Goh - born Singapore: emigrated to Canada 1986, spent 5 years at Mexican art colony San Miguel de Allende, oil painting and print-making and new media works in private collections around the world.
Kalpana Sinha - website: NAFA alumni, Indian female artist who practices traditional Chinese painting and inspired by feng shui ; protege of Tan Khim Ser, Life Art Society member.
Kang Siong Joo - MASS member.
Karee Sonja Dahl - Australian installation artist who has been living in Singapore for the last few year, works alone or in collaboration; member of Plastique Kinetic Worms in 2002.
Karen Louise Pereira - installation artist who staged Mari Kita Makan.
Karen Olbery - expatriate artist based in Singapore who is a member of group 90.
Karl Kerridge - showed at the Artists' Book Project.
Katherine Ho - works based on what and how she feels as a female.
Kathleen Newman - Singaporean Chinese who now resides in Cananda, digital image artist.
Katsumi Okashino, Colin - sculptor, SSS member.
Kay Kok Chung Oi - she looks into historical texts and culture for inspiration in her paintings.
Kee Chin Mun - Chinese calligraphy artist.
Kee Meng Cheng - National Day Exhibition Calligraphy Award winner.
Keith Su - artist and musician who creates video works, and Singapore finalist representative at the Philip Morris Asean Art Awards in 2002, member of TIRAMISU.
Kelvin Tan - works include the use of the Teddy Bear as an icon of contemporary youth culture, showed at the print show Read the Small Print.
Ken Kua - Singaporean sculptor who was pursuing a Masters at Endinburgh in 2004.
Ken Seet - photographic artist and recipient of Young Artist Award in 2003.
Kenneth Chee - showed with Gary Lim, as part of Antfarm Design, at Don't Let Sleeping Androids Lie.
Kent Neo - Masters of Architecture (Digital Media) University of Adelaide, show Stroke City at MonsoonAsia.
Keong Hean Keng - member of the nude-illustration group, Group 90.
Ketna Patel - Uganda born artist and Architecture Association trained architect now in Singapore whose works are with mixed media drawing and paint media on canvas and paper and whose subject matter is third world issues.
Khairuddin Hori - born 1974: website: artist with his blog site, his previous site was Subgrow, curator of the Berita Harian show.
Khiew Huey Chian - born 1969: member of Plastique Kinetic Worms in 2002, graduated with a Master of Arts in Fine Art (Painting) at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT), LASALLE-SIA College of the Arts, Singapore in 2002, received The Della Butcher Award (Certificate of Merit) in 1996 and the JCCI Arts Award (Arts Section) in 2000.
Kheng-Li Wee - born 1971: graduated from Swarthmore College, employs perspective photography in his art-making.
Khoo Chek Miang, Michael - born 1938: watercolorist whose theme is the nude.
Khoo Ching Keaw - born 1977: BFA (Curtin) / NAFA, painter and installation artist, works evocative of septia-tinted anatomic dissection specimens that are mysterious and paradoxically erotic.
Khoo Ee Hoon - digital manipulation of captured light photography as art.
Khoo Peng-Ean - poet-artist who has showed in America and Singapore, and who explores the terrain between art and poetry, post-colonial identity, environmentalism, and trans-nationalism.
Khoo Seng Kong - traditional Chinese calligraphy artist.
Khoo Seow Ching - realistic painter, portraits, scenery.
Khoo Seow Hwa - Chinese calligrapher-artist.
Khoo Sui-Hoe - semi-abstract realistic painter of the Western painterly style, who depicts "human figures - abstract, analogical and yet complex in its simplicity".
Khor Ean Ghee - born 1934: watercolorist with show at 2001, shows across Asia, BA Fine Arts Taiwan Normal University, Fellow, Chartered Society of Designer, England, Fellow, British Institute in Interior Design.
Kim Lim - 1936 - 1997: tribute to local sculptor at the Singapore Art Museum; studied at St Martin's School of Art, London (1954-56), and the Slade School of Fine Art (1956-60). In 1960 she married the painter and sculptor William Turnbull, settling in London.
Kng Choon Seng - born 1943: website: realistic watercolorist of local scenes; Chinese ink calligrapher; Nanyang style, art teacher; father of Kng Mian Tze, one-man show In the Spirit of the Land in 2003.
Kng Mian Tze - website: (& 5 artists) received the Emerging Artists Fund for his first solo show in 2002, trained at La Salle, arts administrator at the Esplanade in 2003, oil painter with expressive renditions of flowers, known for her whimsical and humorous work of the fish painted on the wall of a hotel room, where the room becomes the tank, the daughter of Kng Choon Seng.
Koeh Sia Yong - NAFA 1958, oil painter with scenes of landscapes and rural scenery, 2002 show is Reminiscing Singapore Scenes, past president of the Equator Art Society and NAFA Alumni.
Koh K S - born 1969: self-taught painter indulging in themes of prostitution in his works, travels widely across Asia, resided in China for a year.
Koh Mun Hong - Chinese painting realistic painting artist who held Lotus Lovers show at Min Heart Art in 2003 and an art resource panelist to the NAC in 2003.
Koh Nguang How - artist and researcher; former leader of Artist's Village, researcher for Fukuoka Art Museum, one of the group Nomadic Eyes Collective.
Koh Tien Gui - group shows Anticipations and Realizations at Utterly Art in 2003.
Koh Tong Leong - watercolorist, founder member of the Singapore Watercolor Society.
Koh Xueting - NAFA trained 2004, works on his fantasies series.
Kok Zhou Dao - recipient of an award for creativity for the student category of the 2nd Singapore CDL Sculpture Competition 2005 with his layering of cut-out colored acrylic sheets sculpture installation proposal.
Kong Lai Ming - artist who creates interesting works, for one black and white work that depicts thumbprints and barcodes.
Kong Mei Sing - LaSalle trained artist who showed at One Gallery, Different Spaces.
Kristoffer Tan Wei Zhong - website: trained Brigham Young University Bachelor of Arts, installation artist and sculptor, works with ceramics and lanterns.
Krishnan s/o Kuruppiah - an Indian artist was resident in Malaysia for many years before working in Singapore in 2003, he uses pen and pigments to render curvaceous forms.
Kua Cheow Koon - member of Sculpture Society.
Kuan Soong - NAFA 1960: expansive abstract paintings that take inspiration from the Chinese culture of simplicity and serenity.
Kuet Ee Foo - photo-artist with show Faces of a Changing Asia in 2002.
Kum Chee Kin - architect-artist who exhibits with Urban Artists and Lost City, MASS member, Atelier Oasis architect, has twin brother.
Kum Chee Kiong - architect-artist who produces sculptural installations.
Kumari Nahappan - born 1953 Malaysia: print-maker and installation artist who has been a member of the Wetterling Teo and Art Forum stable of artists, and who has participated in the opening of the Esplanade Visual Arts Festival.
Kwo Da-Wei, David, Dr - born 1919 Beijing - 2003: Masters degree in Fine Arts Seton Hall University, doctorate New York University: painter resided in Singapore in the 90s, Hsieh-I style of Chinese ink painting, which emphasizes expressive calligraphic brush technique and subjective feeling, best-known for his cat painting; exhibited in Singapore in the 1960s under the patronage of Lee Kong Chian, Kwo donated some paintings to the NUS Museum before his demise.
Kwok Peng Kim - watercolorist and art director, NAFA Alumni.
Lai Chee Kian - showed in Deriving Spaces.
Lai Kok Sen - trained NTU School of Computer Engineering with a major in Advance Computer Graphics, 2004 research engineer with NTU at the Centre for Graphics And Imaging Technology saw his research on a new animation technique being showcased in the College of Engineering Week held at NTU.
Lai Kui-Fang, Dr - born 1936 Malaysia: website: Singapore citizen and French-trained realistic painter of portraits and sculptor who is a popular society portrait artist, and who has painted the work 911, America Under Attack, has been the subject of commentary in the press.
Lai Sen Fong - showed at the SAS 2005 show.
Lai Yong Hui Jolene - shows at the Untitled Gallery in 2005 with Jeffrey Ho Kiat.
Lam Hoi Lit, aka Lin Kai Lie, aka Kai Lam, aka kAI Lam, aka kAI - born 1974: studied at LaSalle College of the Arts; this Sculpture Society and Artist Village member has participated in a number of local and regional shows.
Lan Gen Bah; aka Ray Langenbach - internet installation work by the controversial American artist who lived in Singapore for a few years.
Lance Lee - photographic artist known for his documentation of transsexual and transvestite personae, showed at Utterly Art in 2004.
Lara Pang-Prat - trained Beaux Arts France, Visual Merchandising background, uses the techniques and tools of Marketing and Communications.
Larry Seow Keng Tee - artist and photographer and interior design who showed at Reconstruction of a City in 2004.
Larry Wong - arts educator, designer, ceramics artist.
Laura Soon Boon Ping - installation visual artist who has participated in Parallel World and is part of Plastique Kinetic Worms in 2002 and the PKW Arts Fund-raising in 2004.
Lawrence Tio - Masters from RMIT, installation artist and curator who, together with other artists, transformed an atrium with a massive installation in Imagine Forest.
Lee Boon Wang - born 1934 China: NAFA alumni, belonged to a group of artists in the 50s that called themselves the 'Realists', former assistant instructor at NAFA, graphic designer, 1992 Singapore Arts Award.
Lee Boon Ngan - artist.
Lee Chi Hin - NAFA 1959, trained Nihon College of the Arts, oil painter and film script editor.
Lee Choon Kee - watercolorist, showed at the 2005 SAS show.
Lee Chuen Ping - artist at p-14A, art teacher and ceramic artist, completed her Bachelor of Arts (Architectural Studies), NUS1995 and Diploma in Rudolf Steiner Education, Taruna College of Anthroposophical Education, New Zealand in 2001.
Lee Fong Siew - artist who was part of the "all-women-show" Women and their Art at the National Museum Art Gallery that was curated by Susie Koay in 1991.
Lee Foo Koon - one of the team of 4 artists who created the site-specific installation at Blk 24 Kim Tian Place during Nokia Singapore Art 2001.
Lee Hock Moh - known for his characteristic clean graphic depiction of orchids and flowers using Chinese brush style.
Lee Hong Geok - watercolorist, member of SWS.
Lee Keng Siang, Bob - NAFA SVA Multimedia Programme Part-time lecturer 2005, Philip Morris Singapore Art Awards Juror's Choice 2005.
Lee Khoon Choy - born 1924: diploma in Journalism, former Senior Minister of State, watercolorist who has a distinguished corporate and administrative history.
Lee Man Fong - born 1913 China - 1988 Indonesia: self-taught artist who gained prominence as an Indonesian court painter, and he has been influenced by the Dutch, French, and Chinese art developments; there is a ready market for his paintings in the auction market.
Lee Mei Ling - female Singaporean artist works with lights to reflect Nature, and with textile, she graduated with a degree in Fine Arts from the University of Michigan.
Lee Keng Hoe, Wendy - Singaporean artist who exhibits with Urban Artists.
Lee See Sin - born 1939: NAFA 1959; trained at École Nationale Supérieure Des Beaux Arts, Art Student's League 1965-66; he paints landscape and indigenous scenes in oil; solo show Paris 1962, vice-principal of NAFA 1997.
Lee Siew Mun, Irene - Cornell graduate in Architecture, Harvard doctorate in Design, this female Chinese artist employs oil, acrylic, and Chinese ink media in rendering perspectives, and space.
Lee Su Lian - trained psychologist from Australia, who is double Jury's choice recipient of the Phillip Morris Asean Art Awards, who has had an attachment at New York University, and who has curatorial experience at Sculpture Square.
Lee Sze-Chin - born 1979: graduate from Goldsmith College, artist-in-residence of the Danger Museum in 2002, giving his Kopi Talk sessions, and also using film media in his Chinatown work, studio at p-12A.
Lee Teck Suan - gestural Chinese painting artist who paints landscape impressions and who has received the Dr Tan Tsze Chor Art Award.
Lee Tet Keong - BFA from RMIT, ceramist who participated in the 1st Ceramic Biennale International Competition in Korea, and who has held show Whisper of Clay, and who is involved in Landing Space.
Lee Wen, aka The Yellow Man - born 1957: former bank officer, studied at LaSalle and City of London Polytechnic, performance and installation artist, the Yellow Man shows at the Havana Biennial.
Lee Wen - takes part in STOPOVER.
Lee Wen - Connection/Location text by the artist in Gasworks, United Kingdom.
Lee Wen - reference to the artist.
Lee Wen - text by the artist, the Yellow Man exhibits himself at the Akihabara TV in Tokyo and also emerges in Australia.
Lee Wen - Give Peace a Chance Redux.
Leng Joon Wong - watercolorist, founder member of the Singapore Watercolor Society.
Leo Hee Tong - born 1940: an exuberant personality, he is known for his stylized oil on canvas pigeons, figures, Chinese ceremonial settings, and local scenes; MASS and TKS artist.
Leo Ong - artist who group-staged Oi! Oi! 1,2,3 Everybody Let's Say EN-TRO-PY!, and known for his polymer work We Serve You as the Best Food!!! and has participated in the Made in Singapore show.
Leo Rawlings - drawing artist and watercolorist painter of war-time scenes, active in the 1940's.
Leo Tong Juan - one of the FARM artists who showed at Esplanade.
Leong Chuan Hong - member of the Modern Art Society.
Ler Hock Chuan - born 1966: First Prize Philippe Charriol Contemporary art Competition (1994), distinction award in the UOB Painting of the Year Competition (1999); mature color oil on canvas renderings of forms, shadows, shapes, and silhouettes.
Leslie Sim - painter who has showed at Monsoonasia.
Lew Chin Fung - sculptor and art teacher who has a BFA from Robert Gordon University, and a MFA in Sculpture from the Heriot-Watt University; she was the head of the management committee of the Telok Kurau Studios in 2002, WITAS member.
Liane Chan - through the interplay of linear structures, her painterly works achieve a form of visual dynamism.
Liew Koi Neng - MA Arts (Nebraska-Lincoln), recipient of NAC 2004 Overseas Bursary.
Liew Quek Choi - sculptor, SSS member.
Lilpinkdevil,aka Zack - website: NAFA Visual Communications 2002 - street artist who showed at 2005 Txtrapolis, Trexi Launch II, I Love Beer Matts, and 2004 Seni.
Lilpinkdevil,aka Zack - Singaporeart.org reference.
Lim Bee Ling - printmaker and member of Printmaker Society.
Lim Cheng Hoe - born 1912 Amoy - 1979: pioneer representational watercolorist in Singapore and one of the founder members of the Singapore Watercolor Society, studied watercolor from Richard Walker.
Lim Cheng Kooi - abstract expressionistic color field paintings that derive its inspiration from Eastern Art.
Lim Cher Eng - artist.
Lim Choon Jin - website: trained RMIT, Chinese ink painter, works with silkscreen print cum image transfer black and white works, and participated in the Read the Small Print show, represented by Cape of Good Hope Gallery and JinYinMo.
Lim Geok Kuan, Anne - born 1964: watercolorist whose show was Art Fusion in the Lion City, showed at the 2005 SAS show.
Lim Guan Huat - self taught sculptor who creates sculptures by cutting and wielding metal; participated in Resolutons.
Lim Hak Tai - born 1893 Amoy: trained Provincial Art Teachers' Training College in Fuchiu, later taught at the Amoy Academy of Art, founder of the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts in 1938, and inspired the Balinese trip that created the Nanyang style; he is the father of the artist Lim Yew Kuan.
Lim Hua Choon - sculptor who participated in Gift of Spring ceramcist who attended Shigaraki Cermic Cultural Park residency in Japan in 2004.
Lim Jit Hwang - showed at the Red+ White= Pink show.
Lim Joo Hong - born 1954 - 2005: B Engineering (Oxford), Masters of Computer Science (Darmouth), former Singapore Computer Systems CEO, full-time artist since 2003, solo show Promise in 2005, worked with digital prints.
Lim Kay Hiong - born 1947: portfolio of Chinese paintings.
Lim Khoon Hock, Toya - born 1943 Penang: Singaporean Batik painting artist who aims to create something unique that travels abroad.
Lim Kok Boon - born 1978: graduate of Goldsmith College, and NIE lecturer, visual artist who deals with the aesthetics of everyday, writes for Vehicle, his work is shown at the Toys! show at Earl Lu Gallery, and his studio is a p-10, painter.
Lim Leei Leei - artist.
Lim Leong Seng - established painter, sculptor and art teacher, whose work, The Spirit of Kallang, was commissioned by Singapore Power, previously President of MASS.
Lim Mei Lee, Stella - printmaker trained in Australia.
Lim Mu Hue - born 1936: NAFA 1955: social realist woodcut artist, most active 50s and 60s when he was part of social realist grouping that included Choo Keng Kwang and Lim Yew Kua, the group was Influenced by the technique and form of China woodcut artist Li Zhaohua: woodcuts reflect the daily social conditions of Chinese opera performers, hawkers and the impoverished.
Lim Nang Seng - born 1916 Sarawak: the late self-taught sculptor worked in wood and clay and who depicted local scenes in his works, he is the sculptor of the Merlion at the waterfront which he completed in 1976.
Lim Poh Lai - website: BA (Falmouth College of the Arts), creates a series of oil on wood paintings of surreal eagle heads, and has his first solo Slices of Sentiment in 2002, second solo Poh Lai Street Scenes in 2003.
Lim Poh Teck - born 1963: Australia and Singapore Young Artist Award recipient, displays the vibrancy of city life, and symbolic works on fans; Recent Works , the artist as on his ready-made propellers, member of MASS.
Lim Sang Choon - sculpture, works with ceramics and sand.
Lim See Yong - a Chinese brush artist whose favorite themes are Chinese opera and carps; she is also a self-taught Batik artist.
Lim Shing Ee, aka Shing - female artist with soft sculpture and installation works who is a member of Plastique Kinetic Worms, and who is the recipient of the JCCI art scholarship award to major in Painting at the Musashino Art University in Tokyo, her show Un-read.
Lim Siah Tong - born 1934: graduate from Accademia di Bella Arte di Roma, Italy; has held 9 solo shows till 2003, artist, art editor at leading Chinese newspaper, visiting lecturer, drawing instructor.
Lim Siang Hiong - Paris and Japan trained Singaporean artist whose aerial perspective of wide expanse of worksites are unique on its day.
Lim Soon Ngee - trained in Edinburgh, Masters in Sculpture, stone and wood carving, drawing, installations, show Form-ing at Sculpture Square in 2006, member of Sculpture Society.
Lim Su-Chin, Agnes - artist trained at RMIT and pursued an arts administration degree in Australia in 2003.
Lim Sue Luan - born 1944 Malaysia: Chinese finger painting artist, President of Singapore Sanyi Finger Painting Society, overseas consultant of China Finger Painting Society, studied under Chen Wen Hsi and Wu Tsai Yen.
Lim Thian Seng - born 1956: sculptor with steel and fiber resins, recipient of Tan Tsze Chor Art Award, solo shows, group show at the National Museum, Singapore.
Lim Tiong Ghee - born 1955: collage artist that has a strong Chinese cultural influence in his works, recipient of the UOB Painting of the Year award, represented by Art Forum.
Lim Tzay Chuen - born 1972: Venice biennale 2005; Proposition, Sydney biennale 2004; performance and installation artist who stages works in Singapore, Korea, and Melbourne, Australia, self-represented.
Lim Tzay Chuen - Mike at the Venice Biennale.
Lim Tzay Chuen - Sphere of Monologues and other works.
Lim Tzay Chuen - A Work by Lim Tzay Chuen at ICAS 2005.
Lim Tzay Chuen - The Invisible Artwork - explained by Ho Tzu Nyen in 2005.
Lim Tzay Chuen - No Merlion in Singapore's Pavillion at Venice Biennale - Is it Art?
Lim Tze Chieng - studied painting at the University of Melbourne.
Lim Tze Peng - born 1923: self-taught artist who uses calligraphic techniques to depict the buildings and local scenes in Singapore, recipient of the Cultural Medallion in 2003.
Lim Hsin Hsin - biography of the artist.
Lim Hsin Hsin - visual artist working on paints and mixed media, especially digital art, majored in Mathematics and Computer Science.
Lim Hsin Hsin - on her 24 hours in Cyberspace.
Lim Yew Kuan - born 1929 China: Shaolin martial arts expert and NAFA and Chelsea School of Art graduate whose works consist of Western oil paintings of landscapes, portraits, and portrait sculptures, and who has employed impressionistic and abstract styles, son of Lim Hak Tai.
Lim Yock JIn - artist member of Federation of Art Societies.
Lin Bao Ling - trained at LaSalle, showed at Untitled Gallery and Traveleogue Practice.
Lin Qing Jiang, Terence - showed in Deriving Spaces.
Lin Yang Chang - mixed media abstract collage compositions.
Lin Ying, aka Michelle Lim - works shown at Sculpture Square during the Nokia Singapore Art 2001, and she has researched on Negative Space.
Lina Adam - painter, print-maker, installation artist, member of the Artist Village in 2002, in 2004, she runs the office at 91A Hindoo Road.
Linda H L Gouw - Singapore-born oil painter whose works blend Eastern and Western approaches, second solo Melange; well-travelled and educated in Europe.
Ling Yang Chang - Chinese painting painter, Bachelor of Arts, National University of Singapore (1987); Master of Economics Studies, James Cook University, Australia (1992); and Post Graduate Diploma in Education, National Institute of Education, Singapore (1993), showed at New Finds 2003, MASS member.
Lionel Chok - interdisciplinary artist, primarily film, attended New York University Intensive Directing Workshop, showed at Wiredcrossing.
Liu Kang - 1911 - 2004: one of the great pioneer artists, studied in France and Shanghai, developed the Nanyang Style, retrospective exhibition was at age 87 at the Singapore Art Museum.
Loh Choi Yin - waker/sleeper/dreamer show at Utterly Art.
Loh Chew Min - one of the artists whose winning abstract work was an entry in the Nokia Eyes on the World competition.
Loh Lik Kian - LaSalle trained artist.
Lok Kerk Hwang - watercolorist and graphic designer.
Loh Khee Yew - artist and designer, responsible for establishing the design department of La Salle SIA from 1992 to 1995.
Loh Zong Yuan - artist who showed at Deriving Spaces.
Loo Pok Chiang - a member of the Modern Art Society in the 60s.
Louise Farnay - Australian artist who was resident in Singapore in 2002, and staged the show Emotional Rescue with Singapore-residing artist James R Holdsworth.
Low Cheaw Hwei - 'controlled expression' acrylic on corrugated paper and canvas color-field abstractions.
Low Ee Ping, Felicia - artist who conducted shows such as 7xi, Slip, and Dragon.
Low Eng Teow - under theTembusu tree featured.
Low Gek Nam, John - pursued a creative art doctorate at Curtin University of Technology.
Low Khee Yew - 1 of 6 artists who meet regularly at the LaSalle for drawing meetings, and who presents his work as part of the group.
Low Kim Chit - artist who communicates formal properties of colors on canvas.
Low Kway Song - oil painter of local scenes, active in the early 20th century.
Low Nyet Choon - painted local scenes.
Low Puay Hua - abstract color painting on canvas, and was previously using Chinese brush painting techniques with watercolors, his Chinese paintings are highly respected.
Low Sock Hui - installation artist who graduated from the National Institute of Education of the Nanyang Technological Institute.
Low Thia Kwang - use of ceramics to form organic and intriguing objects for installations.
Loy Chye Chuan - born 1940 Malaysia: website: 2003 Telok Kurau member, and watercolorist who was a founder member of the Singapore Watercolorist Society.
Loy Chye Chuan - website: his studio and the works of the students of his class.
Loy Nyet Choon; Wendy - watercolorist and member of Singapore Watercolor Society, subject themes are street life and urbanscape.
Lu Guo Xiang - born 1943: trained lawyer and artist who decided to leave for Norway and Europe to be a painter, who trained in London and Paris, and is a color-field painter of subtle hues, taking inspiration from "stains from walls".
Lu Ping - Magic Space: Lu Ping's stage design exhibition in 2002.
Lucy Davis - born 1970: visual artist, curator, writer. lecturer, and editor of FOCAS, signatory of the Arts Community Proposal.
Luis Lee Jin Min - born 1973: participated in the Black and White show at Art Forum in 2004, and also won the 2003 UOB Painting of the Year prize.
Lulu Ong - trained Sydney Conservatorium of Music and Centre for Research in Electronic Art and Technology (CREATE) at the University of California, majored in Computer Music, showed at Don't Let Sleeping Androids Lie show at Sculpture Square.
Lum Kai Yew - sculptor who works with brass.
Lutz Presser, Dr - 2004 head visual and performing arts, NIE, phD Monash University, MA Art History La Trobe University, Australian practising artist who has taught since 1973, engaged in producing a series of large-scale stereoscopic images or SIRDS, which have been digitally generated.
Lydia Wong Jui Fang - who collaborates with other artists to create digital photography works, and who showed at the Esplanade in 2003, RMIT Masters in Fine Art, showed Concerted Spaces at Studio 106.
Lye Li Miang, Dorathy - artist who graduated from Goldsmith, and who participated in Slip show at the National Institute of Education, and in Deriving Spaces, WITAS member.
Lye Swee Koon - born 1948: painter and sculptor; canvas works depicting masses of people; also ran defunct Monarch art gallery, TKS artist, MASS member, portrait painter, and art collector and trader.
Lynn Loo Yi-Wei - website: teaches video arts at La Salle, an interdisciplinary film visual artist, based in Singapore, London, and also has worked in Chicago, and showed in Vietnam.
Lynn Loo Yi-Wei - Singaporeart.org reference.
Majorie Chu - born 1940: pastel abstract and realistic works of Shanghai-born naturalized Singaporean who is a gallery owner, manager, and artist.
Mak Hwei Yoke - installation artist who has placed crows in pill capsules as shown at the Sculpture Square amongst some of the artist's works, and who has participated in Do You See What I See?
Mak Lai Peng, Christine - artist who is versatile in the use of Chinese ink, acrylic, mixed media, and collage.
Malcolm Koh Ho Ping - innovative Chinese painting style reflected in his work Road Side Trees Old Thomson Road, and who has showed in Beijing.
Manda Ang, aka Amanda Ang - born 1985: website: artist who majored in jewellery design, mascot is the panda bear, loves illustrating cartoons and dabbling in street art.
Manjeet Shergill - website: Punjabi artist who resides and works in Singapore to produce her stylistic semi-abstract realistic works, and who has participated in the show In the Mood for Love.
Manjeet Shergill - one of the first artists to attend La Salle SIA, then known as St Patrick's Art Centre.
Mansze Sim - showed at Arts Alliance Group.
Marcia Ong - showed at group show Animal Instinct at Utterly Art 2005.
Marcus Lim - website: realistic painter, member of the Portrait Artist Forum USA and Tanjong Pagar Art Club.
Margaret Tan Ai Hua - born 1970: Virtual Bodies in Reality, interactive computer program of healing and hitting of two model bodies is a well-known exhibit at Technology, Nokia Singapore Art 2001; Margaret is a versatile artist who also works with edible chocolates with East Away; attended Cyberfeminist International Conference 2002, hosted the show Trikho with Lynn Lu in 2003.
Marie France Dumolie - deep almost luminescent blue paint on objects and perspex panel, experiential site navigational installation at Substation.
Marienne Yang Xiao-Juan - Bachelor of Fine Arts (High Distinction) from University of Tasmania, majoring in Electronic Media 2004, exhibited widely in Australia and Singapore, member of The Artist Village since 2005.
Marilyn Wee - abstract landscape painter who participated in Resolutions at Sculpture Square.
Marisa Keller - born Netherlands: website: Dutch artist trained at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts at The Hague and RMIT (Masters in Printmaker); resident in Singapore since 1993 and creates works out of woodcuts; printmaker and member of Printmaker Society, lectures part-time at LaSalle.
Marisa Keller - her show Shifting Spaces at Utterly Art in 2004.
Mark Luo Pook Chiang - website: abstract color paintings, emphasis on formal properties, member of MASS.
Mark Luo Pook Chiang - Singaporeart.org reference.
Martin Loh - born 1952: self-taught Peranakan artist, trained and worked as a stockbroker, this artist creates colorful depictive narrative scene paintings, featured in Celebportrais 2005.
Marvin Chew - watercolorist.
Mary-Ann Teo Shan Lore - photographic artist who was part of the Nomadic Eyes Collective who organized the Eye e City show.
Massot Gilles - French photographer-artist who has worked in advertising in Singapore, and who has been a member of Plastique Kinetic Worms.
Matt Chia Meow Siang - artist who has shown in 10:10.
Matthew Ngui - born 1962: lawyer turned performance artist and art lecturer, known for his char kway teow and popiah works that probe the issues of electronic communication.
Matthew Ngui - biography of the artist who uses installations of pipes in his works that discuss communication.
Matthew Ngui - You can order and eat delicious poh-piah and other installation work at Documenta X.
Matthew Ngui - on interpersonal transactions with technology.
Matthew Ngui - together with Singapore architects Liu Thai Ker and Tay Kheng Soon, participates in Cities on the Move.
Matthew Ngui - participates in Canberra National Sculpture Forum.
Matthew Ngui - Project Home at the Substation in 2003.
Matthew Ngui - abstract of Project Home at the Substation in 2003.
Maurice Tan - born 1969: website: trained as a graphic designer, well-traveled Singapore watercolorist has showed extensively in Europe, he lives in Paris, France.
Max Kong Kum Chuen - NAFA alumni, BFA RMIT 2003, practising since 1997, resident artist of Sentosa Village, showed across the Singapore art circuit and in Zhejiang Museum China, and is included in the collections of the Singapore Art Museum, prize winner at UOB Painting of the Year, one of the stable of artists of Ode to Art.
Mazlan Bin Anuar - mixed media artist.
Maznah bin Ahmad, aka MAZ - an abstract painter with Master in Fine Art(RMIT) and BA(2nd Class Upper Hons)from University of HULL (UK) who is deeply engaged in Asian mythology ref lective of Humanistic psychology and Perennial philosophy research studies, member of APAD, solo show Seizure at Utterly Art in 2005.
Melanie Tan - relates how humans have been encroaching on the territory of animals in her works.
Meley Law Mei Nei - RMIT graduate in Fine Art whose 2002 works embody spirituality with water, and showed at New Finds.
Melvin Chee - a member of Phunk Studio.
Melvin Phua - born 1975: BSc (Physics) Brown 1996: one of the scientists who collaborated with the artists with the initial Alpha web-walk-about project, one of the scientist-artists.
Mervyn Tay - outsider self-taught professional artist, employs biblical references in his abstract works, holds first solo show titled RAW at Un-titled Gallery in 2005.
Michael Lee Hong Hwee - YAA 2005, a video installation artist who has worked with William Phuan and Tan Chee Tat; a Masters graduate in Mass Communications from NTU; a curator; curated Cinepolitans; the Acting Deputy Head of Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts Visual Arts Department in 2003, participated in Sensitive Parts, and in Beyond Twilight at the SAM in 2004.
Michael Ong Chu Keng - one of the sculptors at the 1976 National Museum workshop,1 of 6 artists of the drawing group Finelines, and one of the artists of group 90.
Michael Tan Koon Boon - interdisciplinary artist who explores architecture and visual communication in his works, and who works with digital video and is a media arts lecturer at LaSalle College of the Arts in 2004.
Michelle Chang - who with her husband, Paul Koh, installed Project Mooch for the inaugural show of Space 21.
Michelle Lim, aka Ling Yun - exhibited at Nokia Singapore Art, also a curator, she has researched on the theory of Negative Space.
Miguel Chew Thong Seng - born 1973: RMIT Masters, one of the artists who showed at New Finds Show 2003, printmaker and showed at Read the Small Print, and showed at Asia Pop, NAFA fine art lecturer, 2005 Philip Morris Singapore Art Awards Juror's Choice.
Miho Shimizu - a Japanese artist who studied at Goldsmith College, and who co-founded the Singapore-based cyber Danger Museum with Singaporean artist, Woon Tien Wei; she has also shown with the Artists Village at Substation Singapore.
Milenko Pracki - born 1951 Serbia and Montenegro: website: MFA Institute of Fine Arts, a Yugoslavian artist who is a lecturer at Singapore's La Salle College of the Arts, and whose large paintings are noted for its mature colors and well-composed subjects of abstraction, wife is Delia and daughter Ana.
Milica Bravaic - website: painter with MA in painting, fashion designer from Yugoslavia, art historian, she teaches Fine Art at Orita Sinclair, Art and Art History at Chatsworth International School and also drawing to enthusiasts.
Min Chen - origami-influenced sculptor.
Ming Wong - Singaporean London Slade School of Art graduate, known for his visual works related to Chinese Opera, British Library Pearson Creative Research Fellow 2004, visual, performance, digital multi-media art, and film and video installation, works in the UK, interested in explorations of sound, the English language, and the different ways language can be communicated or mis-communicated.
Ming Wong - participates at Mixage.
Miyuki Chida - printmaker and member of the Printmaker Society.
Mohamed Abdul Kadir (S Mohdir) - born 1936: one of the founding members of the Angkatan Pelukis Aneka Daya (APAD).
Mohamed Elfie - LaSalle trained ceramist.
Mohamed Fadzel bin Abdul Karim - majored in Drawing at the Victoria College of the Arts, Australia.
Mohamed Kamal B Dollah - Malay artist who crates interesting works such as Prison Within, a drawing of man enclosed in a cage, and is President of Angkatan Pelukis Aneka Daya in 2003.
Mohammad Din Mohammad - widely-exhibited Malaysian sculptor-painter resident in Singapore who uses wood in his works.
Mohammad Din Mohammad - a former champion silat wrestler, traditional Malay Medicine man, and an artist with a Mystical Approach to Art.
Mohamed Shahabudin - Malaysian sculptor who has a few significant public commissions in Singapore.
Mohd Amin Bin Mohd Yasin - Malay artist who renders oil and acrylic works.
Muhammad Fareez Bin Ahmad - trained at La Salle and showed at New Contemporaries: New Art from LASALLE-SIA College of the Arts.
Muhd Sufian Hamri, aka Trase One - aerosal artist, urban disciplinarian, and member of Operation Art Core.
Mumtaz Maricar - artist who participates in the 9th BA show Stir with her Bollywood MTV style video show named Nothing... Nothing at All.
Munirah Binte Ahmad - La Salle trained, showed at New Art at La Salle Gallery 2005.
Nai Swee Leng - born 1946: website: Chinese brush painting in a spontaneous and characteristic caricature style of birds and flowers with an ink-loaded brush, and who group showed Lotus Lovers in 2003.
Nan Nan Nancy - Beijing Central Institute of Fine Arts artist graduate who is based in Singapore, and who is also a curator at Art Seasons in 2003.
Natacha Blondeau - Masters of Arts (with Honours) Contemporary Art from Paris University, MA Museology, artist and manager of SG Private Banking Gallery at Alliance Francaise who participated in the Housework Project show.
Nathalie Junod Ponsard - Singapore-based French installation artist who installs translucent vinyl films to interplay light, color, geometry and space, and who has collaborated in the theatre piece Imagine Forest.
Nathanael Tan - member of Buffer-Kit, participated in the Australian-Singaporean show 10:10.
Neng Mohd, Saat - member of Buffer-Kit.
Neo Kim Chye - born 1951: NAFA trained: watercolorist and oil painter in the realistic style.
Ng Chai Kim - known for an Untitled installation with sugarcanes that casts shadows on the floor and presents a maze, SSS member, niece is Janice Yap.
Ng Chuan Hock - born 1975: website: trained NAFA in Fine Arts, Bachelor of Arts and Social Sciences NUS, recipient Georgette Chen Scholarship, paints, sketched, and sculptures in a realistic style.
Ng Eng Teng, Dr - 1934 - 2001: late cultural medallion recipient sculptor known for his bronze casts of human forms; Ng Eng Teng has donated many works to the National University of Singapore.
Ng Geok Seng - oil and acrylic painter.
Ng Hock Tin - Chinese ink painting artist.
Ng Joon Kiat - born 1975: Shell-NAC scholar, he pursued a MFA at the Kent Institute of Art & Design, UK, and had solo show in 2003, his works in 2003 are on microbiology, and he has a studio at Telok Kurau Artists' Studios.
Ng Ken Liong - photo-artist who focuses on primary color fields.
Ng Kiow Ngor, April - trained Slade School of Fine Arts (Printmaking) 1993, NAFA 1989, artist and printmaker, focuses on the use of the human form in her works.
Ng Kwee King - watercolorist of scenery.
Ng Ling Tze - website: freelance cat-crazed artist, mainly working on traditional mediums, currently collaborating a shared website with a designer friend to promote and experiment on crafts and t-shirt design, member of Sloth Studio.
Ng Siew Boon - Musing on Drawf Trees, the 2002 show, and Resolutions, the 2003 show.
Ng Siew Eng - figurative painter who includes multitudes of bodies in a dark landscape, obtained Masters from Austrian Art Institute, and Bachelors from the Beijing Central Institute of Fine Arts.
Ng Siew Kuan - installation work featured; she is noted for her witty work of the improvised "found" battery-propelled ball which rolls along the floor of Sculpture Square purring to be bought.
Ng Siok Hoon - 1996 BA Arts NUS, 2000 BFA University of Sydney, artist who exhibited in Urban Artists 2002, Nokia Singapore Arts 1999, MASS and TKS member.
Ng Woon Lam - born 1971 Malaysia: website: BFA Painting (School of Fine Art of Chicago), watercolor, oil painter, and sculptor who is trained in applied materials engineering at the National University, has exhibited in Canada and America, and has resided and worked in Chicago.
Ng Yak Whee - born 1954: graduated Nanyang University: technically engaging artist, works in oil such as Rain Tree, has won local competitions such as Dr Tan Tzse Chor Award.
Ng Yat Chuan - co-founder member of the Modern Art Society in 1964.
Nguyen Binh Thanh - practising artist dealing with various socio-political issues, sets up and ran the former site Culturehop; lecturer at LaSalle in 2003.
Nicola Choo - photographic medium artist.
Nicholas Chai - showed at the Red + White = Pink show.
Nick Ng - trained artist who founded Fundamental Multi-disciplinary.
Nina Zarina Sanusi - website: Malay female artist with a diverse expression outlets.
No Sleep Required, aka Heman Chong - video artist with several installations to date, and who has collaborated with Tan Kay Syng - see above.
Noni Kaur - born 1969: female installation artist who has worked with ultra-sound imaginary of the womb and light-box projections and who has participated in the Fukuoka Asian Triennale.
Noni Kaur - biodata and interview statements of this Young Artist Award recipient in 2003.
Noor Effendy Ibrahim - born 1973: Malay male performance artist, theatre director, playwright, curator, takes part in STOPOVER and 7th Castle of Imagination.
Nooracuma bte Memahat - website: NAFA 1999, BFA University of Huddersfield 2002: artist and art educator, designer, intrigued by how our mind perceive and comprehend our reality in the context of identity and everyday cultures.
Nuradiah Ali - Malay Singaporean female artist trained electrical engineer, based in Switzerland in 2004, majored in fine arts at LaSalle, artist who is a member of APAD and TAV, and showed at show Cinta.
Nurasyikin Bte Hamzah - trained at La Salle, showed at Travelogue.
Oh Chai Hoo - collage works with gold foil and Chinese calligraphy, and has a unique series of works called Lotus, member of Sculpture Society.
Ong Chye Cho - 1916 - 1996: born in Indonesia, watercolorist, known for his orchid paintings, founder member of the Singapore Watercolor Society, shown at the Royal Society of Marine Artists, London in 1980, 1982 and 1983.
Oh Mei Li - NAFA printmaking graduate participates in Do You See What I See? at Utterly Art.
Olga Marie Polunin - born 1963: Singaporean artist living in Belgium; her works are of predominantly that of the naked human body, primarily the female, which are depicted sensuously in various poses that are composed to provoke thought; she is represented by Taksu gallery and Opera Gallery in Singapore, her work is collected by the NUS Art Museum.
Om Mei Ai - Korean artist, Singapore permanent resident, trained at RMIT, her works are painted abstracts in a 'lacquer-style' that is meditative and alluring, participated in Arts Invitational 2004.
Ong Ghim Chuan - partnered with Leo Ong and Claire Lim in the show Three Headed Being Says Hello!
Ong Hui Har - installation artist, Goldsmith College graduate who participated in 7xi and BOND show and who also graduated from the National Institute of Education, Perumal studio mate.
Ong Jenn Long - NAFA alumni, approach includes cropping solitude figures in unidentified places, stimulating and raising questions of whether the things we see around us are real or mere apparition; media favored are oil, pastel and charcoal.
Ong Kim Seng - born 1945: website: prominent traditional watercolorist who recreates rural scenery such as landscapes of exotic places - Nepal, Bali, full-time since 1985.
Ong Kim Seng - his show at STPI.
Ong, Mark Lawrence - a digital graphic artist trained in digital media in Canada.
Ong Yin Yin - UK trained artist who group showed Coming and Going, NAFA SVA part-time lecturer 2005, 2005 Philip Morris Singapore Art Awards Honorable Mention.
Orkibal - website: street artist.
Oscar Ng Hwee Leng - St Martins graduate whose works explore semiotics and the Chinese culture.
Pam Wan - showed at New Finds 2003.
Pan Shou - 1911 - 1999: the life and works of the late respected poet and calligrapher.
Pang Chong Jie - LaSalle-trained artist.
Pang Yok Boon - Modern Art Society, MASS member.
Patricia Mae Young - female artist who lived in Singapore, and learnt Chinese brush painting from Tan Khim Ser, before relocating to America, and embarking on a series of solo and group shows with her ink works.
Parvathi Nayar - born 1964 India: MFA (Painting) Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design: artist and reporter whose works of figure painted works on paper was shown at the Singapore Art Museum as part of a group show demonstrating use of materials in Pulp Friction, part of the group presenting Time Cycles, MASS member.
Paul Chang - artist who has participated in Parallel World.
Paul Chay - artist who participated in the Life from Earth show.
Paul Koh - a designer and artist who with his wife, Michelle Chang, installed Project Mooch at Space 21 inaugural show, and also Catsmasutra at 37 the Bar.
Paul Lee Thiam Seng - born 1966: young artist recently graduated from RMIT in Australia.
Paul Lincoln - founder member of coded Pixels, presented a digital work on the body browser at the Nokia Singapore Art 2001, lecturer at School of Multimedia Art at LaSalle in 2003; trained at RMIT and LaSalle, and presented a joint-digital work The Wanderers with Adrian Cheok at Ars Electronica in 2002; participates in Concerted Spaces in 2003.
Paul Lu - member of the nude-depiction interest group - group 90.
Peh Eng Seng - illustrator artist of local scenes and urbanscapes, represented by Artline and Cape of Good Hope Gallery.
Peng-Ean Khoo, aka Khoo Peng-Ean - poet-artist who has showed in America and Singapore, and who explores the terrain between art and poetry, post-colonial identity, environmentalism, and transnationalism.
Peter Choo - Singapore artist who is a member of the Modern Art Society in 2000.
Peter Loke Yong Fun - full-time artist whose early paintings were on war subjects, he has seen moved on to conceptual works.
Peter Seah - participated in the Resolutions show at Sculpture Square.
Philippe Laleut - French artist resident in Singapore.
Phoon Poh Wai - born 1947 Malaysia: imbues the traditional Chinese ink painting style with a feel.
Phua Yang Chien - part of the team of tsunamii.net that created the Alpha 3.3, a web walkabout.
Phuek - website: wall and 3-dimensional structure artist.
Phyllis MacKenzie - co-founder of the SAS.
Phyllis Teo Hwee Leng - sculptural works that include materials such as fabrics enveloping forms, and wax-mould objects, and who has participated in Do You See What I See?
Ping Lee - avid clay artist and Waldorf/Steiner educator who graduated in 2001 from Taruna College, New Zealand and is currently completing her post-graduate education diploma with the National Institute of Education.
Poh Ju Yong - participates in the art show Space Invaders and Read the Small Print.
Poh Kwee Choo - printmaker and member of Printmaker Society.
Poh Siew Wah - born 1948: Teacher's Training College 1967: abstractionist, techniques are abstract mixed media paint and collage on canvas.
Poh Thong Hen - Modern Art Society member.
Poon Keng Cheong - Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts graduate.
Prabhakara, aka Jimmy Quek - born 1955: Sanskrit name, meaning “Source of Light”: acrylic and oil paintings of abstract landscapes, scenery and emotive text works, member of MASS, professional since 1986.
Prisca Ko - artist who graduated from the National Taiwan Normal University.
Puah Kia Teng - sculptor, SSS member.
Quek Kiat Seng - Singaporean artist who paints semi-abstract landscapes in Chinese ink, 2002 solo is Moodscape Drawings, and 2003 solo is Shift at Plum Blossoms Gallery.
Quek Li Ching, Pamela - showed at 2001 Young Artists Exhibition at PKW.
Quek Wee Chew - born 1934: trained at Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, themes include still lifes of oil on canvas; stable of Art Forum.
Rachel Chua - LaSalle trained installation artist.
Rainer Geburzyk - born 1958 Germany: painter, performance artist, curator, head of the department of Art at the German School in Singapore since 1999, joint-show with Poh Siew Wah at the Substation 2005, leaving Singapore 2005.
Rajinder Jit Singh, Dr - born 1965 Malaysia: website: participated in Nascent at Block 43 Gallery; painter and sculptor, background in computer chip design, and pursuing a doctorate in philosophy and working on thesis on artists, first solo is Gridlocked.
Rajinder Jit Singh - Singaporeart.org reference.
Rajinder Jit Singh - website: his art blog on the Singapore Arts scene.
Rajinder Jit Singh - his show "I coME from over tHERE".
Ranae Lee Swee Theng - installation artist who uses black and white photography.
Raphael Koh - abstract painter who received the Abstract Prize Award at the UOB Painting of the Year 1994 Competition.
Raswadi Rahmat, aka Bony - graffiti artist, illustrator, graphic designer, muralist.
Rauzanah Saini - woman artist who showed at group show Cinta.
Ravi Shail - an Indian member of the Singapore based art group Finelines that presents drawings, and gives drawing classes at Utterly Art.
Ray Langenbach, aka Lan Gen Bah - performance work by the controversial installation and performance American artist active in Singapore, Malaysia, and Australia, reportedly loves to be publicly criticized and challenged.
Ray Langenbach - taught the Performance Monologue.
Raymond Lau Poo Seng - a brave young artist with Gilles de la Tourette syndrome who paints with oil on canvas on local themes with a new twist and perspective, and recipient of the Young Artist Award.
Rearngsak Boonyavanishkul - born 1961 Thailand: Thai artist resident in Singapore who is a highly respected and successful surrealistic and realistic style painter whose subject matter is babies, horses, and Balinese women, solo show 2005 at Lotus Fine Art, married Angeline Choo and became Singapore permanent resident.
Reedy Kelly - born USA: website: BFA university of Wisconsin: well-travelled artist who has been living in Singapore since 1997, uses collage to explore the role of icons in a contemporary Singapore; she has an interest in Byzantine icons and Asian folk art.
Reedy Kelly - Singaporeart.org reference.
Regina Noakes - born Singapore, based in Australia, painter.
Rex Guo - digital artist, multi-disciplinary multi-sensory media artist.
Richard Walker - artist and art educator, Art Master of the Singapore Government English Schools, arrived in Singapore in 1923.
Ridzuan Saari - born 1968: animation and installation artist who showed at Berita Harian.
Rizman Putra, aka Manic Jango, aka mrfantesticles - born 1978: artist member of the Artists Village in 2002, member of KYTV, leader singer for TIRAMISU since 2002, showed at Berita Harian and 2005 President's Young Talents.
Rizman Putra - his photoshots of the President's visit to his group SAM show.
Robert Teo Choon Wah - artist who has used digital ink on canvas in his works such as Diminishing, and considers this his E-volutionary paint brush, and has show Sense of Space Reinvented, and showed at New Finds 2002, MASS member.
Robin Tan - artist and illustrator.
Rosemary Lakerink - collaborative work with Juliana Yasin and Karee Dahl in Stitch...
Roshihan Dahim - surrealistic painting by the Malay artist who has had a one-man show at the National Museum.
Rosma Mahyudin Guha - born 1932 Indonesia: resident in Singapore who paints traditionally in watercolor, capturing local scenes.
Rossalyn Tan Hui Teng - mixed media artist who showed Madder and also participated in Concerted Spaces.
Roy Calne, Sir - member of group 90 that converges to create nude-drawings in a studio-setting.
Roy Morrell - co-founder of the SAS.
Royston Tan - born 1976: trained at Temasek Polytechnic, artist and film-maker who has received the Singapore Young Artist Award 2002 and is known for his raw work 15.
Rue Abdul, aka Rokiahati - her first print-making show was at Utterly Art in 2004.
Rutherford Chang - attended Wesleyen, artist who created the film Andy Forever, with fellow artist Emily Chua, showed at R(A) at Worms Festival 6, a The Other Housemate.
Sabrina Koh - artist who showed at Fetterfield in 2006.
Sarbani Bhattarcharya - group shows drawings at Utterly Art in 2005.
Safaruddin Bin Abdul Hamid, aka Dyn - recipient of 2002 Winston Oh Travelogue Scholarship and 2003 Merit Award The Della Butcher Award, in 2004 pursuing BA in Fine Arts Degree from RMIT, Australia in LASALLE-SIA College of the Arts, Singapore.
Sai Hua Kuan - member of Sculpture Society.
Sai Zom Pha - one of the FARM artists who showed at Esplanade Citylink in 2003; the art movment is Farmhaus.
Salleh B Japar - born 1962: MA (RMIT),influential installation artist and one of the three members of Trimurti and recipient of the National Youth Award for his contribution to Singapore art; Director of Foundation Studies of La Salle in 2003, NAC Arts Resource Panel 2004-2006.
Samantha Lee Mei Kuen - website: B Multimedia Design (Curtin), B Arts Design (Curtin), multi-media developer and designer.
San See Piau - born 1943: artist at Telok Kurau Studios, who works with pottery, BA Nanyang University of Singapore.
Sandra Lee - born 1968 Malaysia: website: relocated to Singapore in 1989. gained Singapore PR, LaSalle 1996-8 Visual Arts, full-time artist since 2000, debut show 2004 "Did Ever You See Such A Thing In Your Life?", resident artist at Marina Mandarin in 2006, calls her studio STORM STUDIO, paints provocative images of faces on hot-air balloons and fairy tale figures.
Sandra Lee - showed at group show Made 2 Order at the Arts House in 2006.
Sandy Teng Xiao Xia - effectively bilingual Singaporean who spends significant time in Australia, and who is a member of the Modern Art Society.
Sandy Wong Shin; see Wong Shin Sandy - painter and sculptor.
Sanjot Kaur Sekhon - Victoria College of the Arts & RMIT graduate on his work which was distributed with the Arts Magazine.
Saraswati Gramich - born 1967 Colombo: installation artist who employs luminous strands and ultra-violet light; an artist active in Singapore and France; born of German and Indonesian parents, she spent the first 4 years in Colombo, grew up in Indonesia where she attended medical school, and moved to Singapore in 1992 where she started the career in the Arts.
Sarkasi Bin Said, aka Tzee - born 1940: Malay artist who weaves a colorful palette of abstraction, fondly addressed as the Baron of Batik, he has won several local awards for his batik art, usually drawn with dyes and a container of wax on washed and boiled silk.
Sawn Hwang - takes part in show X Ray at La Salle with 4 others.
Sazeli Jalal - showed at the Red + White = Pink show.
Seah Kam Chuan - born 1963: watercolor and illustration artist.
Seah Kim Joo - batik painter, oil painter, and woodcut print artist, regular participant of the regional art trips. active in the 60's and 70's and one of the key NAFA Alumni Association members.
See Hiang To - Chinese painting artist who uses Chinese inks to depict realistic renditions of the cultures of other races, taught at NAFA for more than 20 years.
Selina Niedermeyer, aka Heiko and Selina Niedermeyer - website: a couple who paint and collaborate on one and the same canvas and wall murals in a vast spectrum of abstract and concrete formal expression; they exhibit with Wetterling Teo Gallery.
Seng Hui Kiang - Singaporean artist based in Paris who produces impressive installation and performance works such as The Circle at the Esplanade in 2003, which was wave after wave of circular motion of salt that provoked a host of philosophical questions and evoked a release of sensual stimulation.
Serene Lin Mei Zhen - known for her light installation We are all Boxed Up!
Shahira Bin Sapade - showed at New Finds 2003.
Shai Coggins - member of the Society of All Artists in the UK, she paints with a naive innocent folk style and sells her paintings on e-bay.
Shane Wong - works explore the environment and nature by discovering its hidden beauty.
Shannon Tham - performance artist whose "vomiting into a bucket" act of the contemporary performance drew the eyebrows of the authorities in 1994.
She Li Yin, Lyn - works deal with the sacred motifs of the dragon and phoenix, and uses fabrics and light, showed at the print show Read the Small Print.
Sherman Ong Beng Ann - born 1970 Malaysia: ASEAN scholar: BA Law NUS: film and art photography artist works in Singapore but shuttles across the causeway too.
Sherry Giang - born 1971: website: RMIT graduate in Deign and Communications, artist and writer.
Shiah Chyi Yun - BA Hons Fine Art (Glasgow School of Art), artist who participated in the show 10:10, and is a member of Buffer-Kit.
Shirley Soh Seok Keim - installation artist, political scientist, documentary producer: the work The Rice Bowl, was used for the publicity document of Nokia Singapore Art, and was exhibited at Sculpture Square exterior, participated in the Life from Earth show, contributed to the Convergence of Art, Science and Technology Show at SAM.
Shirley Wu - one of the artists who participated in the New Finds Show 2003 and who is participating in the inaugural Beijing Biennale 2003 with her Forbidden City Wall Series.
Shubigi Rao - Indian self-taught artist who is now resident in Singapore in 2002 and showed at New Contemporaries: New Art from LASALLE-SIA College of the Arts.
Shui Tit Sing - born 1917 China: late artist worked in the medium of wood, especially teak wood, works are narratives on the lifestyle of the ethnic Southeast Asian; drew inspiration from daily life.
Si Xiang Tuo - respected teacher of calligraphy and Chinese brush painting for almost forty years before his retirement.
Sia Joo Hiang - worked in collaboration with Lydia Wong Jui Fang, and Willy Tay in an installation of digital photography prints, also part of the Madder show, participates in the show Mesh.
Siak Fahn-Ein, aka Ein - born 1968: Singaporean artist based in UK, resided in India many years, her paintings are reflections of how she feels about her physical self, the environment and her response to nature and existence, represented by Art-2.
Siti Zurianah Sanwari - face and body painter, 2002 NAFA graduate.
Siew Hock Meng - born 1962: mainly a self-taught artist, this veteran is a skilled pastel, watercolor, and oil painter, and has presented socio-political historical works, The Starting of an Era was exhibited at the Singapore Art Museum.
Sim Buan Heng - born 1980: graduated BA(Hons) in Fine Art (New Media) from Chelsea College of Fine Art and Design in London (2003), teaching at MOE in 2006.
Sim Kok Huoy - showed at New Finds 2003, head of fine arts at School of Visual Arts at NAFA in 1999.
Sim Kwang Teck - 1906 -1991: late watercolorist who was trained at Shanghai University in China where he double-majored in Western and Eastern painting; he specialized in still life.
Sim Lian Huat - artist who paints and sculpts, and is known for his burnt plastic works, member of Sculpture Society and Telok Kurau Studio, second solo is Black Forest.
Sim Pang Liang - a member of the Modern Art Society in the 60s.
Sim Seow Kiat, Ricky - Masters of Fine Arts at Queensland University of Technology, Australia.
Sim Tong Khern - member of group 90.
Simon James - British artist based in Singapore who works with video works and digital ink works and is known for his show Chasing Light, that graced the opening of Jendela, and has shown at Block 43 gallery with Storm.
Simon James - website: graduate of the Royal Academy and Royal College of Art, the artist has an informative website.
Simon Wong - born 1952: self-taught artist, elaborate, rich weaving subjects in his painted works.
Simryn Gill - born 1959 Malaysia: previously resident in Singapore, now resident in Australia who exhibits worldwide, and who has exhibited in Liverpool, England, and Sydney, Australia.
Simryn Gill - on the residency at ArtPace New Works.
Sio Siew Yuen - presents her imprints as relics from the past, and who was one of the winners of the Nokia Eyes on the World Competition, printmaker who group-showed at STPI.
Siti Annazia Hamsani - artist who uses strings in space to create voluminous works.
Siti Zurianah Bte Sanwan - woman artist of APAD, who showed at Cinta.
Siva, aka Sivakumaran - installation artist who exhibited at Project 4.
Snamasivayam - artist member of studio nude illustration interest group - Group 90.
Soh Chee Hui - born 1971: graduated University of Central England, Birmingham; a Malaysian artist who studied, worked and exhibited in Singapore, and who is known for his tall vertical painting with color field, and still life, faces, horses, and balloons, represented by Art-2 and Ode to Art.
Soh Siew Kiat - abstract-realistic socio-provocative painter and installation artist, who is academically and research orientated, and who has trained in England, wife of Baet Yoke Kuan.
Soh Wee Lian - majored in 3D animation and obtained a BA in Multimedia Arts from the University of Central England, created a 4 minute piece abstract study on the viability of Virtual Sculptures as a legitimate art form.
Song Chwee Him - founder of the NAFA Alumni Assciation in 1975.
Song Nian, Reverend, aka Song Tiecheng - 1911 - 1997: calligrapher and Chinese painting artist.
Sonny Liew - artist that employs comic book narrative and illustration methodologies.
Soo Kin Wei - NAFA graduate 2004 who showed An Eye for Identity.
Sophia Natasha Wei - born 1982: website: performance artist who showed at STOPOVER, collaborated with Juliana Yasin in 2005.
Sophia Natasha Wei - Singaporeart.org reference.
Sophia Natasha Wei - "Heal the Rift Between Us" was co-performed with Juliana Yasin.
Soraya Safdar - arts graduate from LaSalle, work seeks to evoke emotions in her audience and she enjoys creating new visual symbols, presented her contemporary abstract paintings in two exhibitions in 2004.
Stefan Jonsson - Icelandic artist resident in Singapore whose sculptures are made of plywood and lego bricks.
Stephanie Choo - trained fine artist from San Diego, and Pratt, Head of School of Multimedia Art at LaSalle in 2003.
Stephen Leong Chun Hong - born 1951: abstract and landscape Chinese painter who is a member of the Modern Art Society.
Steve Lawler - website: digital multi-media artist based in Singapore.
Steven Lim - BFA RMIT, two works were selected for Shirakawa-go Art Festival 2002.
Steven Low Thai Kwang - NAFA alumni ceramist inspired by nature.
Steven Wong - born 1964: takes the cinematic apparatus as point of departure to address / critique the dominant episteme, MFA UCLA, BFA Parsons, participated in the 6th Sharjah Biennale 2003, showed solo at Cinema City: excerpt 2 at Plum Blossoms, Singapore, among his tools are watercolors, wall-paints, videography, photography, models, and more.
Su I-Yu - oil painter who paints abstractions inspired from alleys, and shadows, and draws; her 2002 solo show is Flashes, Colors, Moments.
Sufian Hamri, aka Traseone - one of 3 artists who showed Pardon My Icons.
Sujak Rahman - participates in Mesh, a textile visual arts show.
Sukaimi Sukri - born 1979: showed a lyrical time-piece animation at the Berita Harian show.
Surina Bte Mohamed Sani - woman artist of APAD, who showed at Cinta.
Sun Mohyani - co-founder of the SAS.
Sun Yu-Li - born 1948 China: website: Master of Urban Planning, Illinois University; Master of Architecture, American Catholic University: bronze abstract sculptures by architect and sculptor who blends eastern metaphysical thoughts into his works, 1991 Republic of China (ROC) Modern Sculpture Award.
Sun Yu-Li - talk given by the artist on his inspiration for his cosmological universal language that drives his works.
Sunar Sugiyou - Chinese ink painter who had a solo show Hijrah at Utterly Art in 2005.
Susie Lingham - founder-director of the Fifth Passage, an installation artist, and who collaborates with other artists, most noted with Suzanne Victor.
Susie Lingham - her performance show.
Susie Wong Sui Foun - website: trained lawyer, artist and critic; worked on the HOPE project (Heal our Planet Earth) and held a show at the Substation, residency at p-10, work showed at ArtsExpressions.
Susie Wong Sui Foun - Singaporeart.org reference.
Suyatdi Yadoni - multi-media artist who participated in the Images of Asia Festival 2003 at Copenhagen, Denmark.
Suzann Victor - Singaporean feminist artist based in Australia who creates powerful installations, exhibits in Re-emplace; her work His Mother is a Theatre has been installed at Pacific Plaza and acquired by the Singapore Art Museum; provocative Singaporean woman artist, showed at the 2001 Venice Singapore Pavilion, co-founder of 5th Passage Artists Ltd.
Suzann Victor - her work Dusted and her work at Text and Subtext.
Suzann Victor - Expense of Spirit in a Waste of Shame, the work.
Suzann Victor - on her untitled installation at the 6th Biennial of Havana.
Swee Khim Ann - painter and sculptor who is known for his mono-printing technique and his graphic depiction of landscapes, a member of the Modern Art Society in the 60s.
Syed Mahmood Aljunied - Malay artist who paints semi-realistic and abstract works.
Sylvia Goh Hwee Ching - installation artist who was a member of Plastique Kinetic Worms, and who is known for her site-specific installations such as the Yellow Brick Road, and who is part of the group show Boxed.
Tai Cheng - conceptual artist communicates perspective on sexuality, gender, recreational drugs and the Singapore social condition, by engaging in a dialogue with the audience through three-dimensional representations created with twigs, canvas and industrial paint in the show Mindscapes in 2003.
Taliv Mo Samsudin - vinyl laminates in variable dimensions of text, Color Blind I and Color Blind II.
Tamares Goh - trained at the Glasgow School of Art, this artist who showed Madder, showed her photographs at Front Room Gallery, and has sculptural works on display at the David Bowie website, curator and programmer at the Esplanade, showed at the Artists' Book Project 2004.
Tan Ai Ngin - born 1972: a graduate of NAFA in 1996, trained in Beijing and also at Constantijn Huygens in Kampen, Holland; one of the 4 artists involved in the show breath.breadth at Middle Gallery at NAFA.
Tan Ai Ngin - her show Backyards and Botanics.
Tan Chee Tat - created the work A One and a Zero at the Singapore Art Museum.
Tan Chee Teck - born 1958: semi-abstract drawings and paintings by established artist.
Tan Cheng Cheng - watercolorist.
Tan Chiew Yen, Stephanie - RMIT graduate, showed in Verisimilitude and Travelogue.
Tan Chin Chin - born 1966: graduated NAFA 1989: woman artist whose works are reflective of the Chinese and local culture of Singapore and Asia, winner of the 1994 Philip Morris Asean Art Award (Singapore) category.
Tan Chin Yam - Chinese painting artist.
Tan Choo Kai - represented by Cape of Good Hope Gallery.
Tan Choon Ghee - specializes in the painting of house and streets.
Tan Choh Tee - realistic paintings in his exhibition Imprints of Time, and his oil paintings of local scenes engage mature and subtle hues.
Tan Chui Min - born 1978: BA Business NTU: NAFA 2004, showed at Chope-a-seat.
Tan Chwee Seng - imparts a meditative mood in his works; showed at New Finds 2003.
Tan Guo Liang - graduate from Goldsmith College, interested in the tension between figuration and abstraction, through painterly gestures and its relationship with linguistic functions on our reading of paintings.
Tan Haur - website: digital and mixed media artist, managed the Epsite Gallery.
Tan Hui Ling - trained print-maker.
Tan Hui Ling, Gwen - La Salle (3D Studies) 2002: trained jeweller, film and installation artist who is a member of WITAS, participated in ARTillary show and Intransit.
Tan Juat Lee, Kit - born 1955: website: woman artist who paints 'knitted memories of the happy family', and whose compositions of still-life with symbolic meanings are both aesthetic and meaningful; these themes have won her numerous local awards.
Tan Juat Lee, Kit - Singaporeart.org reference.
Tan Jwee Meng, Alan - artist who is a member of several local organizations, and who also teaches children's art.
Tan Kai Syng - (MFA) Musashino Art University, BFA Slade in London, artist scholar who works with sets of video installation performance, I am Fit for Life (Exhilarating Exercises and Gratifying Gestures for a Mobile Millennium).
Tan Kay Nguan - BA RMIT, MA University of Central England, Birmingham, oil painter whose work,Trifling Matter, wins the 18th UOB Painting of the Year Competition, resident artist at Sentosa Artist Village, represented by Ode to Art.
Tan Kee Sek - born 1951: Chinese brush artist who respects change and who group showed Lotus Lovers in 2003 and founder of the Siaw Tao Chinese Seal-Carving Calligraphy and Painting Society; arts resource panelist of the NAC in 2003.
Tan Kek Liang - participated in the show Proud to be be Thai.
Tan Khim Ser - NAFA 1966, Chinese painting artist who is a member of several local art organizations.
Tan Kian Chye, Casey - Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts graduate who has worked with photography and Chinese ink.
Tan Kian Por - born 1949: NAFA 1970, Chinese painter and calligrapher, Cultural Medallion 2001; founder and past president of Siaw Tao Chinese Seal Carving, Calligraphy and Painting Society, studio is a sanctuary of Chinese mystical and serene experience, 9 solo exhibitions in Singapore, Australia and Taiwan, group exhibitions in Asia, Canada and Europe.
Tan Kok Tian - sculptor who participated in Gift of Spring.
Tan Kok Yam - part of the team of tsunamii.net that created Alpha 3.3, a web walkabout.
Tan Kwank Liang - Master of Fine Arts (England) 1997: Singapore Cultural Foundation-Rotary Club of Singapore Arts Scholarship 1989; 11 solo shows, Telok Kurau artist in 2003 whose 2002 show is Seeing Red in Progress!
Tan Lee Keng - organic spatially-intriguing and challenging black and white paintings executed with Chinese ink on papers.
Tan Lip Seng - President of the Singapore Photographic Society, and an artist who uses the medium of photography.
Tan Mui Cheng, Zenn - LaSalle trained artist who showed at One Gallery, Different Spaces.
Tan, Nathanael - artist who is part of Plastique Kinetic Worms in 2002, showed in Deriving Spaces, art-educator.
Tan Oe Pang - born 1947: contemporary method of Chinese painting, where skyscrapers and urban structures are depicted, showed Biennial of Arts Sao Paul.
Tan Peng - Singapore's first openly gay artist, homo-erotic pastel works, solo show Out of the Closet.
Tan Peng Hooi - realistic painter of who enjoys painting water because in his view, water is always changing, in both color and shape.
Tan Pin Pin - born 1969: BA in Law, Oxford University, MFA in Film and Video Production, Northwestern University: spurred by a desire to record and capture moments, to inscribe time and memories through the film medium whether as photography, documentaries or experimental short films, President's Young Talent Show 2005.
Tan Pin Pin - website: her work SingaporeGaGa.
Tan Ping Chiang - a member of the Modern Art Society in the 60s.
Tan Seng Yong - born in Malaysia and trained in Fine Arts in Taiwan, this Singaporean artist is known for his Chinese brush painting of tigers.
Tan Siah Kwee - born 1948: Chinese painting artist and calligrapher who has been president of the Calligraphy Society and recipient of the Arts Patron Award, and Cultural Medallion.
Tan Siow Aik - holds a show at Cape of Good Hope in 2005.
Tan Sock Fong - BA Art and Design (Wolverhamption), trained LaSalle, glass artist and print-maker, WITAS artist.
Tan Soo Thiam - Chinese ink and finger-painting artist who is known for his bamboo depictions.
Tan Suang Suang - printmaker and member of the Printmaking Society, she is trained as a graphic artist and lectures at LaSalle in 2003.
Tan Swie Hian - born 1943 Indonesia: Bachelor (Modern Languages and Literature) Nanyang University, migrated Singapore at a young age, influential innovative Chinese painter, also works on canvas and ceramics, influenced by Buddhism, and was formerly a press officer with the French Embassy, has received the Crystal Award from the World Economic Forum, Cultural Medallion, TKS artist.
Tan Swie Hian - represents Singapore at the 50th Venice Biennale.
Tan Teck Heng - born 1958 Indonesia: Singaporean artist whose surreal and plastic compositions in a bright but limited palette of color were noted in the 80s.
Tan Tee Chee - Chinese ink painter who is renowned as art critic, calligrapher, painter and seal-carving expert, and whose works are well-collected globally.
Tan Tee Chie - born 1930: NAFA 1951, taught at NAFA: wood block carving artist.
Tan Teng Kee - born 1937 Malaysia - BA Fine Arts (Chinese University of Hong Kong) 1958-62, trained State Academy of Art, Dusseldorf, Germany, 1967-1970,lecturer Baharuddin Vocational Institute from 1971-1987, exhibits at Sculpture Square, and synthesizes Eastern and Western influences in his response to the environment, known for his performance work The Lonely Road in 1979.
Tan Teo Kwang - born 1941: trained at St Martin's, his works are semi-abstract stylistic renderings in Chinese ink.
Tan Thian Joo - website: trained NAFA, Fruits is his first solo in 2002, and Fruits and Lotuses is his second solo in 2005.
Tan Tie Chie - 2002 show Evolution Ink and Color.
Tan Tsze Chor, Dr - the late calligrapher, art collector, and patron of art.
Tan Wee Lit - born 1978: trained High Distinction from his Bachelors of Arts (Fine Art) at RMIT-LASALLE, artist who participated in the Sculpture Square show Blind Spot and Resolutions, and is involved with group Landing Space, showcased in group exhibitions in Malaysia, Thailand and Germany.
Tan Wei Chuen, Adele - PhD (Art History) Courtauld Institue of Art (London).
Tan Wei Keong - when he was a Science student in the secondary school, he enrolled in a sculpture enrichment program, and produced an aluminum foil work that was so enriching that it was reset in steel on commission by the Ministry of Education and sited at the Ministry quarters, a protege of Baet Yoke Kuan.
Tan Wei Ling, Genevieve - Make a Bright Choice the collaborative work received third place in the Arts against Aids competition.
Tan Wei Zhong Kristoffer - ceramic sculptor, trained at Temasek Polytechnic, then Three Dimensional Bachelor of Arts.
Tan Wyn-Lyn - born 1974: works convey a union of opposites struggling to find some sort of lyrical madness, and is based on a personal emotive journey; present in many local shows.
Tan Wyn-Lyn - her show with Yeo Shih Yun in Melbourne in 2004.
Tan Wyn-Lyn - Parallel Journeys, her show ith Valeria Ng, and Yeo Shih Yun.
Tan Yee Hong - trained Fine Arts, National Normal University, Taipei 1961, specializes in miniature painting on ceramics, a founder member of the Modern Art Society.
Tan Yen Peng - graduated NAFA 1993, MA Fine Arts Birmingham Institute of Art and Design 1998, MSc in Contemporary Art and Art Theory (Edinburgh College of Art): artist, writer, art history lecturer, she had her 1st solo exhibition - "Plugged-in" - in 1997; she works with oil, acrylic and installation.
Tan Yew Beng - watercolorist.
Tan Yue Liang, Gilbert - show PaintsTaking Works.
Tang Da Wu - born 1943: website: highly influential co-founder of Artist Village in 1988 at Sembawang (officially registered in 1992), Fukuoka cultural prize recipient and inspirational performance artist, known for Tiger's Whip; Tang Da Wu has taught many new generation of artists the process of inquiry, interpretation, and communication in performance art.
Tang Da Wu - Hiroshima Asian Art show lengthy article with a passage on Tang Da Wu's Sorry Whale, a wire frame sculpture constituted of photo cartridges and had a photographic print work Interchange exhibited at Nokia Singapore Art 2001.
Tang Da Wu - his workshop at Your Mother Gallery in 2005.
Tang Guang Bee - artist-architect who paints.
Tang Hong Lee - Canberra graduate who holds an abstract show called Rhythm of Colors at Momentous Arts in 2003.
Tang Li Jen - artist and teacher.
Tang Ling Nah - born 1971: Young Artist Award recipient who was first trained as a pharmacist; trained at RMIT, member of Plastique Kinetic Worms, artist who is part of the group show Boxed at ArtSingapore 2002; had solo show activated-C, a charcoal drawing show; a curator who curated Cinepolitans.
Tang Mun Kit - born 1955: sensitive and intellectual Mechanical Engineering graduate from University of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, turned artist who paints with great expression and creates installations from found objects, his work Blueprints, Plans; Archetypes, Prototypes; showed at Telok Kurau Studios Gallery, one of the co-founders of the Artist Village together with Tang Da Wu, Wong Shih Yaw, and Vincent Leow.
Tang Mun Kit - project Mandala at Sculpture Square in 2004.
Tang Mun Kit - wwwOBM show at Utterly Art in 2006.
Tang Wai Wah - graduate of La-Salle SIA College of the Arts, showed a mesh and fabric work at the Reconstruction of a City show in 2004.
Tang Xue Zhen - artist from China who resides in Singapore and works as both artist and conservator; works are well-thought-out color-rich compositions of people and interiors; show In Bloom with Ippreciation in 2003.
Tania De Rozario - born 1981: artist who showed at Don't Pick My Pocket and the alternate art show Pink.
Tania Sng - artist who uses film media and has participated in the traveling show See Singapore!
Tay Bak Chiang - painter who works with realistic compositions, recipient of the Young Artists Award in 2002, fa zi hua sheng has been a guiding principle in his creative practice.
Tay Bak Koi - born 1939 - 2005: his stylized renderings of villages, and buffaloes, are executed in watercolor and oil.
Tay Bee Aye - installation artist who has used inflatable large lips in space as part of the works.
Tay Chee Toh - born 1941: curvilinear surreal abstract paintings and sculptures, inspiration from waves and wave-fronts.
Tay Choon Wei - creates prints and is a member of Printmaker Society.
Tay Kay Chin - artist uses photography for presentation.
Tay Kay Chin - although known widely as a photojournalist, he is listed here as an artist who uses photography for artistic sociological discourse.
Tay Kay Nguan - The Rhythm of Nature is his show, Celebrations is his solo show in 2005.
Tay Kiam Hong - showed Underwater Series, Chinese ink painter.
Tay Sock Weei, Luanne - graduate from the Slade School of Art and an exchange student with the Chicago Institute of Fine Arts, she participated in 7x1.
Tay Swee Lin - artist who spends her full-time job as a curator and director of art spaces, runs Sculpture Square in 2003.
Tay Swee Siong - created the work Flawlessly in Flaw, an installation work that had an unsteady judge's chair propped up by an English dictionary; one of the 4 artists involved in the show breath.breadth at Middle Gallery at NAFA in 2003.
Tee Kai Yin - artist with strong black and gray tone drawings and paintings, and who is inspired by graffiti and the free drawings of children.
Teh Chan Kerk - born 1968: chairman of Sentosa Artist Village 2001-2004, painter.
Teh Siew Joo - painter who specializes in the painting of orchids.
Teh Tien Chong - sculptor who played a role in early Singapore sculptor practice.
Teh Ting Ting - UK trained artist who group showed Coming and Going.
Teng Jee Hum - website: Singaporean artist with works.
Teng Nee Cheong - born 1951: striking nude figurative and abstract compositions in black and white or bright colors, resonant with Balinese and Thai influence, MASS member.
Teo Chin Keong - artist, NAFA alumni, showed in Hefei and Seoul.
Teo Eng Seng - born 1938: the outspoken veteran artist is a Birmingham College of Art graduate who makes paper pulp works and installations on his studio at Telok Kurau, and who has had an interesting exhibition of merged plastics forming ancient Chinese weapons at the Takashimaya Gallery, known for his OTOSOS (On the other side of silence) works, MASS member, consultant to DLR gallery.
Teo Eng Seng - recipient Cultural Medallion1986 and the Da Vinci Diamond, IBC, UK, interviewed by Modern Painters.
Teo Eng Seng - interview by KS Srinivasa Murthy, of Frontline magazine in India.
Teo Huey-Ling - one of the 4 artists involved in the show breath.breadth at Middle Gallery at NAFA.
Teo Hung Peng - sculptor, SSS member.
Teo Hwee Lee, Debbie - Botany (Honours), foundation year at NAFA, Art at University of New South Wales, watercolor works.
Teo Hwee Ling Reina - Make a Bright Choice the collaborative work received third place in the Arts against Aids competition.
Teo Kim-Liong - website: oil paintings of landscapes, portraits and figures, trained as an engineer.
Teo, Samuel; aka Samuel Teo - website: Christian artist, trained in Business Administration, after a searching mid-life crisis, became an artist and painted roses and established his gallery.
Teo Tsui Yong, Connie - pursued ceramics at the Victorian College of the Arts, Australia.
Teo Yew Yap - artist and teacher in Chinese painting and calligraphy.
Terence Chan - a practicing architect who showcases designs and also art, staged his work at the art show Reconstruction of a City in 2004.
Terence Lin - uses the craft of stitching to create fabric installations and works depicting the windows of the housing estates in Singapore, showed at Esplanade, and presented at Rojak 04.
Terence Tan Chee Wah - being is his first Chinese Painting show at Utterly Art, MASS member.
Teresa Lawler - born 1955 Durham, UK: graduated Slade School of Fine Arts 1981: moved to Singapore in 1991, deals with the new environment and its cultural peculiarities as observed through her (foreign) eyes.
Teresa Tay - showed at New Contemporaries: New Art from LASALLE-SIA College of the Arts.
Teresa Teo Guttensohn - performance artist and a painter, she received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts and recently showed at Substation's SeptFest, member of The Other House.
Terry Poh Ju Yong - spoke A••Part – A unique dynamic at the Arts House 2005, stable artist of Sunjin Galleries.
Tew Nai Tong - born 1936 Malaysia: NAFA 1958, L'Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux Arts in 1967, oil painting on canvas on indigenous scenes, most prolific and energetic practitioners of the Nanyang (South Seas) style.
Tey Su Gurn - one of the 4 artists involved in the show breath.breadth at Middle Gallery at NAFA in 2003.
Thang Khiang How - born 1946 Malaysia: early works of representational landscapes, primarily mountains, in oil and acrylic, followed by works of abstraction, exploiting "happy accidents", works of galaxies and collage, worked as a designer, past MASS president.
The Killer Gerbil - website: street artist.
Thomas Cheong - LaSalle trained sculptor.
Thomas Yeo - born 1936: eminent abstract artist and honorary past president of the Modern Art Society, whose modernist abstract compositions are a landmark in the transition of Singapore Art, trained at NAFA and Chelsea School of Art and Hammersmith College of Art and Architecture.
Thomas Yeo - judge of Philip Morris Art Competition 1996.
Thomas Yeo - speaks up for the local artists as quoted in Singapore Sweepstakes: foreign vs local art.
Tia Kee Woon - watercolorist of scenes.
Tiong Tian Tong - Beijing Central Academy of Fine Arts graduate, a determined painter in oil and watercolor media landscape paintings.
Tito, aka Vicente Delgado - works explore the emerging view that technology may be the new religion.
Todd Tok - performance artist who showed at STOPOVER.
Toh Hun Ping - trained at La Salle.
Toh Kar Ann - self- taught painter who creates unique Chinese painting works on reflections of water.
Tok Khoon Seng - co-founder of the SAS.
Tomoko Okuno - born 1959: NAFA graduate 2004 who showed in An Eye for Identity and Chope-a-seat at Utterly Art in 2004.
Tone Bergan - website: BFA Parsons School of Design 1988; Norwegian artist and designer, showed Body Parts at the Alliance Francaise, based in Singapore and lecturer at La Salle in 2003.
Tong Chin Sye - born 1939: watercolorist, NAFA lecturer in Western Art,1984 PSA Art Competition winner, member of Singapore Art Society, Singapore Watercolour Society and Federation of Art Societies Figure Club.
Tong Siang Eng - Chinese painting artist who is a co-founder of the Modern Art Society, son is a vision scientist.
Torrance Goh - website: designer artist and one of the co-founders and operators of farm.sg.
TOYA - Chan Yong Shing and Lim Tho Hock are part of team.
Tricia Goh - her work is in progress and she is currently working in digital media.
Trina Poon -held her first solo show at Utterly Art with a series of modern art paintings titled City Lights.Tsai Pi Chen, Jenny - born 1956: watercolorist.
Tsunamii.net - founded by two artists Charles Lim and Woon Tien Wei, and collaborators Melvin Phua Yang Chien (born 1975) and Tan Kok Yam, who has worked on a project called Alpha 3.3 , a telepresence installation involving walking, global positioning sensing, and triggering of websites at geographical points, and mapping of the journey.
Tumadi B Padi - born 1959: trained NAFA 1986, highly commended IBM Art Competition 1990 & Singapore Telecom Expression Art Competition 1997, Certificate of Distinction Philip Charriol Foundation Contemporary Art Competition 1995.
Tung Yue Nang - trained in the classics of Chinese arts, he paints subjects of Chinese ceramics, characters, and stones; he is a member of group 90.
Twardzik Ching Chor Leng - website: Singaporean Chinese female installation and land artist and ceramist who is trained in Canada and who has exhibited widely, and who contributed the work Stretch Your Imagination at the Esplanade, husband is Vincent Twardzik Ching.
Twardzik Ching Chor Leng - Singaporeart.org reference.
Ulli Frings, aka Frings Ulrike Elizabeth - website: German-born artist trained Fine Arts and History at the Pädagogische Hochschul, La Salle and Central St Martins, resident in Singapore, WITAS member, works display her fascination of Western and Asian fabrics.
Ulli Frings - her show Heartland.
Urich Lau Wai Yuen - born 1975: RMIT Masters of Fine Arts graduate, showed at Concerted Spaces, a group show, an installation artist; one of the trio of artists who founded Studio 19, known for his soft sculpture installation.
Usha Bragenshyam - tutor at NAFA in fine art in 2005.
Uyen Huy, aka Huynh Van Muoi - born 1950: Vietnamese artist who has taught at Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts and exhibited extensively in Singapore with his paintings.
Valerie Ng - website: trained in Computer-Science, she nevertheless attended Alternative Foundation at the Slade School of Fine Art, and has held a solo show at Weterling Teo gallery in 2005.
Valerie Ng - Singaporeart.org reference.
Valerie Ng - Chaos into Light 2006 show.
Valerie Yang - part of the 17 artist collaborative effort in the multi-media show organized by Susie Lingham in 2004.
Vanessa Chang - drawings and paintings based on the love for nature and the simplicty of life itself.
Vanessa Tong - majored in Ceramic Design from Monash in Australia, she works with clay, and showed at New Finds 2002.
Vera Leininger - born in Prague, studied in Germany, attended the painting, drawing and sculpture class of the academic painter Helga Hošková for several years and participated in exhibitions of the Academy of Arts for youths in Prague, correlates to her occupation with visual and cinematic arts; her works are a combination of postmodern expressionism and surrealism - dreaming ideas in colors.
Vertical Submarine - group of 3 NAFA artists Justin, Joshua, and Fiona who band together create a visual art film In the Movie that was shown at the R(A) show.
Victor Tan Wee Tar - born 1969: BFA RMIT 1999: optic neuritis affliction, visually-challenged indomitable sculptor who masses wires to form dynamic bodies, Commonwealth Arts and Crafts Award 1999; 6 month residency in London, solo shows among is Dawn and Reborn, married 2004, TKS artist.
Vijaya Mohan - recreates large kolam installation works, collaborated with Jayea Lakshmi with Kolam at the Esplanade in 2003.
Vincent Leow Kong Yam - born 1961: founder of PKWorms, American trained artist, mixed media installation work, focus on socio-political commentary, remembered for the performance when he consumed his own urine, works include Art Sweetener -art canned in Singapore, Mountain Cow Milk Factory - cow cloning installations, National Iron and Counting.
Vincent Leow Kong Yam - featured in South-East Asian Art Today.
Vincent Leow Kong Yam - interviewed by Modern Painters.
Vincent Leow Kong Yam - participates at Mixage.
Vincent Leow Kong Yam - participates in Museum in Progress with a newspaper photograph of a Ku Klux Klan hooded person, and also explores diminishing identity after photocopy, internet installation in Parallel World.
Vincent Twardzik Ching - website: Canadian male of Polish and Finnish descent, currently a Singaporean permanent resident, he participates in New Finds 2003 and Home Service, wife is Chor Leng
Vincent Twardzik Ching -Singaporeart.org reference.
Vincent Twardzik Ching - participates in Home Service.
Waina Cheng - website: China born artist who was brought up in Singapore and who travels the world painting animals and sea creatures with her Chinese brush painting technique, trained by Chen Wen Hsi.
Wan Soon Kam - landscape and scenary painter in Asia with an architectural and cinematographic perspective.
Wandy Yazid - Malay artist member of APAD.
Wang - born 1971: New York based Singaporean female artist who wields strong Chinese brush painting and calligraphic technique in the mould of architectural figurine forms on rice paper, works also as fashion designer, represented by Art-2.
Wang Qing - created the work Play Yard.
Wang Ruo Bing - born China: Singapore-based Chinese wood sculptor who is a member of Sculpture Society and who works also in collaboration with other disciplines like theatre too, showed her dense bamboo work at the Esplanade.
Wang Sui Pick - born 1904 Fujian - 1998: graduated University of Amoy: migrated Singapore 1954: calligrapher and art educator, favored calligraphic style is the "cao shu" or the cursive script, Cultural Medallion 1992.
Wang Yuan Ming - artist.
Wang Yuxian, Diana - Fine Arts NAFA, represents everyday objects which are private, quiet, and warm.
Wee Beng Chong - born 1938: artist and lecturer at Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts and who works with Chinese ink media, founder member of MASS - Modern Art Society.
Wee Hong Ling - ceramics artist who showed at Life From Earth and Imprint in New York.
Wee Kim Cheng - NAFA Alumni, previous part-time tutor at LaSalle, Nanyang style modernist painter, first solo show at Utterly Art 2004.
Wee Kong Chai - born 1928: attended Singapore Academy of Arts 1957: painter and wood sculptor who studied at the Ecole Nationale Superieure Des Beaux-Arts, Paris, member of Sculpture Society.
Wee Lee - Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts graduate whose work was highly commended in the 2000 Painting of the Year Competition.
Wee Li Lin - BA Art Semiotics (Brown) 1996: website: film-maker artist, award winner at the Singapore International Film Festival and American Film Festival, retrospective of her works in 2003 and 2004.
Wee Shoo Leong - born 1958: artist whose immaculately and graphically composed still-lifes of local objects works are appreciated.
Wendy Lee - Lee's attempt at making art with electronic devices is inspired by traffic, movement, and direction; showed Interval on plasma screens at Esplanade in 2003.
Wendy Phua - Singapore video and digital artist trained at La Salle College of the Arts.
Whitedogbooby - website: artist that uses the medium of graphic design, showed group-exhibition multi-media 4femmes at the Asylum at 22 Ann Siang Road in 2006.
Wil-kie Tan - born 1976: Slade School of Fine Art 1999 graduate who started the Young Artists Domain, versatile artist with a recent preference for working with video, film and mulitmedia, and in dealing with themes of reality, memory, change and tension, art lecturer.
William Chan - a member of Phunk Studio.
William Lee - pet caricature and abstract painting artist that offers his pet-painting services at Stadium Cove in 2003.
Willie Koh - showed in Deriving Spaces.
Winson Woo - one of the FARM artists who showed at Esplanade.
Willy Tay - RMIT Master in Fine Arts, participated in Concerted Spaces 2003 and Fable of a Pelican show.
Winston Oh, Dr - born 1941: accomplished watercolorist, cardiologist, and arts patron who established a travel fund for students and emerging artists.
Wong Jai Ling - the late calligrapher and seal carver who exhibited in Singapore and Malaysia.
Wong Jee Ping - multi-media artist who lectured at La Salle, and in 2003 at Orita-Sinclair.
Wong Joon Fong, Mike - abstract artist.
Wong Keen - born 1942: established Singapore artist based in New York who paints in abstract and semi-abstract style, his works on lilies can be seen at the basement foyer of the Fullerton Hotel, Singapore.
Wong Kian Ping - born 1932: NAFA alumni, trained in Ceramic and Design in Japan, uses oil and calligraphy in his realistic paintings, part time lecturer at NAFA.
Wong Kum Yin, Irene - WITAS artist.
Wong Maye-E - photographic artist who showed Seven Five Nine with 6 other artists.
Wong Miau Yong - born 1951 Malaysia: website: graduated NAFA 1972: Europe Tour 1982: themes of universe and cosmos: Modern Art Society member.
Wong Miau Yong - Singaporeart.org reference.
Wong Seet Fun - Goldsmith graduate, whose work My Descent is an installation with light boxes and photographs.
Wong Siew Jieum - artist.
Wong Shih Yaw - born 1967: graduated NAFA 1989: painter and installation artist remembered for his scattered goldfish paintings on the floor of the National Museum, and known for his spontaneous painted works, one of the founders of the Artists Village 1989, he collaborated with Vincent Leow, painting in an expressionistic manner to convey concerns in the form of social criticism of notions of individuality and sexuality.
Wong Shih Yaw - 5th solo show Out of the Grey at Utterly Art in 2006.
Wong Shin, Sandy - studied in Taiwan for sculpture, active in the late 80's and early 90's, she is known for her stainless steel works.
Wong Su-en - born 1973 Singapore: studied piano and music at Trinity College in London, MFA in drawing and painting at the Chicago Institute of the Arts, she is represented by Savage Gallery in 2004, her works explore the complex pychological transition between adolescence and adulthood, collaborated with Theatreworks.
Woon Tien Wei, aka Tien - born 1975: Goldsmith College graduate with an interest in performance, installation and documentary works; he participated in The Show in 2002.
Woon Tien Wei - the founder of the Danger Museum; an interesting site.
Woon Tien Wei - a member of Tsunamii in 2002; showed at Documenta.
Woon Tien Wei - the President of the Artists Village in 2002.
Wong Yean Yean - born 1952: website: NAFA 1979; paints figurative and abstract subject matter using thick oil and textured collage on canvas, member of MASS, SAS.
Wong Yean Yean - Singaporeart.org reference.
Woo Mun Seng - sculptor, SSS member.
Wu Mo Lin - born China: practices in Singapore, Chinese ink painter, calligrapher, and seal carver.
Wu Tsai Yen - born 1911 Nan An, China: trained Xinhua Academy of Art in Shanghai, founded the San Yi Finger Painting Society 1979, Chinese finger painting artist in the traditional Bird and Flower ("huaniao") style, had resided in Indonesia and Singapore, a show on his works at the SAM in 2004.
Xu Ke - BSc / MA Electrical and Computer Engineering NUS 2003: secretary of ACM SIGCHI Singapore Chapter, Research Engineer in the Mixed Reality Lab, research on augmented and virtual reality, tangible human-computer interaction, artificial intelligence, image processing and computer vision, specially exploring the robust natural feature tracking techniques for the wearable computers.
Yah Chin Tong - one of the key persons who started the NAFA Alumni Association.
Yam Yok Lun - NAFA Alumni, painter and art educator.
Yang Ge, aka Younger - painter from Shanxi, China, who is a Housemate of The Other House at 66 Rowell Road.
Yang Tan - photographic artist who showed at Imprint in New York in 2005.
Yang Yingsu, Pearl - ceramist who captures the form of corals, WITAS artist.
Yap Hee Choo - painter who studied under Leo Hee Tong, and conducted a fund-raising show at Utterly Art.
Yap Lee Hoon - WITAS artist.
Yat Ming Chan - showed at New Finds 2003.
Yau Tian Yau - artist.
Yazer Azid - artist who uses film media.
Ye Ruoshi,aka Ruoshidah Yip Abdullah - born 1973: painter of close-up of roses, solo show Flowerism at Utterly Art in 2004.
Ye Ruoshi,aka Ruoshidah Yip Abdullah - website: Flowerism.
Ye Shu Fang - born 1971: her show Orientations, at the Substation Singapore, where she used wall-paint, candy-floss machine, and polystyrene mini-bubbles.
Ye Shu Fang - on her Recipe Box; her balloon works are whimsical performances involving a participatory audience, such as Buy Art and An Air-full of Balloons; she is nonetheless known as one of the leading contemporary lights in visual arts among the new Singaporean generation artists.
Ye Shu Fang - biodata of the artist at 2003, who was the head of LaSalle MFA admissions program.
Ye Shu Fang - on her Chocolate Paintings.
Ye Shu Fang - Black Forest Cake Project in 2004.
Ye Shu Fang - her show in Belgrade.
Yeh Chi Wei - founder of Ten Men Group, a founding member of the Society of South-east Asian artists, this late artist studied at the Shanghai Art Academy and was an art educator.
Yeh Woey Lee - member of group 90 - studio nude illustration group.
Yen Chua - born 1971: website: educated at San Francisco Art Institute, Beijing Central Academy of Fine Arts, Masters of Arts at the National Institute of Education, drawings are evocative of surreal, mythical landscapes and stories, special experiences in Tibet and India shaped her works.
Yeo Chee Kiong - born 1969: MFA from Glasgow School of Art, a sculptor and installation artist; A Line, A Door is an immense presence at the Nokia Singapore Art 2001, where a strong grid axis leads to a tilted gateway, spiraling into a center of the labyrinth where a man lies in suspended animation, a work emblematic of the angst of existence, SSS member.
Yeo Chee Kiong - wins the Open Category of the 2nd CDL Singapore Sculpture Award.
Yeo Eng Hin - painter, NAFA 1977, ENSBA 1980, solo show in Paris.
Yeo Hoe Koon - born 1935: studied at La Ecole des Beaux, Paris in the 1950’s, works in studios in Malaysia and Singapore, is a Sunjin Galleries stable artist.
Yeo Kian Hwee, Andrew - artist.
Yeo Puay Hwa, Jesvin - lecturer in Visual Communications at NAFA in 2005.
Yeo Shih Yun - born 1975: website: graduate with a marketing degree from the National University of Singapore, she also attended the Arts Institute of San Francisco, she works with calligraphic abstract painting works on canvas, founder of Instinc in 2004.
Yeo Shih Yun - painter artist who has been trained at LaSalle and spent a year at San Francisco and who has participated in the Made in Singapore show, and whose works on paper were captured in Moment.
Yeo Shih Yun - her Exit show with Tan Wyn-Layn in Melbourne 2004.
Yeo Shih Yun - her group show Ring around the rosy, pocketful of posies...
Yeo Siak Goon - born 1957 Malaysia: emigrated to Singapore; he is known for his characteristic nude semi abstract figure paintings executed with graphical composition, and a generous colorful palette, MASS member.
Ying Po Chong - artist.
Yeoh Wee Hwee - trained NAFA BA Fine Arts, 2005 Philip Morris Singapore Art Awards Honorable Mention.
Yin Lum - website: BSc (Information Systems and Computer Science)(NUS), trained NAFA Western painting, acrylic and watercolor painter.
Yit Mun Khwan, Agnes - interior designer and artist who has participated in shows in Nagoya and Fukuoka, Japan.
Yoko Hosoda - born Tokyo, attended Brentwood Art School, also studied art in London and NAFA, painter, potter, and qualified instructor of the Sogetsu School, lives in Singapore, member of SAS.
Yong Cheong Thye - practitioner of Chinese calligraphy, you can witness him working at his studio at Erskin Road in Chinatown.
Yong Tai Si - painter who participated in the Made in Singapore show, Safari show, and Painting in Progress.
Yuan, Natalie - artist that is a member of Plastique Kinetic Worms in 2002.
Yue Chwee Seng - artist who showed at Utterly Art in 2004, graduate of NAFA.
Yuen Chee Wai - interdisciplinary artist with interest in digital, film, and experimental sound works, showed at Wiredcrossing, showing a collaborative sound work with George Chua and Alwyn Lim in Singapore Biennale 2006.
Yvonne Lam - digital artist from Malaysia who is stationed in Singapore and who has participated in the Made in Singapore show and also Sensitive Parts; she has had shown at Substation.
Yvonne Lam - Untitled Studies.
Yvonne Lee Chui Hwa - born 1972: controversial artist and curator working on installation works, a founding member of Utopia and Plastique Kinetic Worms, one of the editors of the magazine Vehicle, and a partner of Atelier Frank and Lee.
Zai Kuning, aka Jailini Kuning - born 1964: Hydrogen at the 10th Biennale of Sydney and No Words Pass Through, performance and installation artist, with one work on Blue Monkish, the performance art show that questions the notion of hyper-reality in art and popular culture, and has been active in New York.
Zai Tang - sound artist, son of Tang Da Wu, holds his first show Fuze in 2006.
Zainudin Samsuri - installation and sculptural artist who has collaborated with Lim Kok How on Sweet Commotion, works with aluminum and wood, a graduate of LaSalle.
Zakariah Ismail - artist member of APAD in 2003.
Zechariah Goh - contemporary ceramics artist who challenges traditional clay forms, ran Water Rock Art.
Zee Mei Chun - colorful Batik art renderings of interior of homes.
Zee Sok Men - Modern Art Society member.
Zero - website - street artist.
Zero - his participation in the Forplay show.
Zheng Xupeng - born 1983: NAFA trained 2004, painter who takes inspiration from the academic figure painting sessions, creates works that are like the "skin" of humans, showcasing the different layers using the vegetable carrot as a material, presented at Rojak 04.
Zhuang Shengtao - born 1944 China: immigrated to Singapore in 1955, graduated NAFA and later University of Washington (Fine Arts), lived in France, contemporary abstract action-painting like and color-field like Chinese painting, now based in China.
Zuklifie Alfia - Malay artist member of APAD.
Zuklife Mahmod - born 1975: website: Malay Singaporean artist who held a solo show Mystical Journey at Ona Arts Centre, Norway, and D.A.R.T. at Plastique Kinetic Worms, and showed at Berita Harian.
Zuklife Mahmod - one of the trio of artists who founded Studio 19, on his show The Vanishing Race: Apache on the Rampage.
Zulharli Adnan - Malay artist with mixed media installation works, one work is on zipper head, and who has received training from St Martin's.
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