5 Thomson Ridge #01-05
Thomson Ridge Estate, Singapore 574635
How to Get There
Nearest MRT Station
Marymount Station (Circle Line) or Bishan Station (North-South Line)
Alight at Bus Stop “bef Thomson Ridge” and walk behind Upper Thomson UOB Bank
52,132, 162, 165, 166, 410, 855, 980
Thomson Plaza Car Park
Tuesday & Public Holiday: Closed
Monday: 1.00pm – 7.00pm
Wednesday, Thursday & Friday: 1.00pm – 9.00pm
Saturday & Sunday: 9.00am – 6.00pm
Artgrain @ Thomson
Book your make up classes.
Do arrange for your child’s make-up class at least one week in advance, as make-up class is subject to availability.
There will be no rescheduling of arranged make-up classes when a child fails to turn up and attendance will be counted.
The Team @ Thomson
Ms Amirah Eliyana Insyirah *middle
Ms Amirah Eliyana Insyirah graduated with a BA (Hons) Degree in Fine Arts from Lasalle College of the Arts in 2013. Her paintings are responses based upon her personal life and observations of her daily surroundings. She is interested in creating a realistic rendering work, paying careful attention to details. Through years of teaching, she enjoys providing opportunities for her students of all ages to explore their creativity and guiding them through their art making journey.
Ms Deborah Loh Chi En *top left
Ms Deborah Loh Chi En graduated with a BA (Hons) Degree in Fine Arts from LASALLE Collage of the Arts in 2014. She uses her art practice as a way of processing different thoughts and ideas while making. Her current practice focuses on the limited influence of art and the necessity of it, if at all. She thinks kids make better art than most people and might be stealing your kids ideas for her own work.
Ms Wendy Mack
Ms Wendy Mack believes that arts advocacy stems from a community that nurtures art-making and appreciation from a young age. Art is play in its most serious sense, a means of self expression, and a result of materialising ideas into form. Art becomes meaningful through conversations triggered from the work created; An activity she hopes her students become confident in engaging with not limited to the artist’s own creations, but also in relation to broader societal contexts. Her work is an exploration of the correlation between identity constructs and space. She received her BA (Hons) in Arts Management from LASALLE College of the Arts, accredited by Goldsmiths, University of London.
Ms Kim So Young *top right
Ms Kim So Young is graduated with a BA (Hons) Degree in Fine Arts from Loughborough University UK in 2013. Her practice is based on inter-relationship between representation and painting. She obligates the existing image that is initially painted on the canvas, in the process creates another mode of representation, but one that incorporates the destruction of the former mode. She enjoys doing bold works and is interested in exploring different kinds of mediums such as epoxy, resin and enamel.
Ms Jehan Hamil *bottom left
Ms Jehan Hamil, better known as Teacher J.J. with the children, graduated from LASALLE College of the Arts with Bachelor of Arts in Painting. She has been involved in various art programs and events over the years to enrich her knowledge in the arts. She is currently pursuing life skills as well as she believes in lifelong learning and the idea of Universal Man. She is curious about the underwater world and often makes a trip to the big blue in one of her annual travels.
Ms Grace Chen
Ms Grace Chen graduated from the California College of the Arts with a Bachelor’s in Fine Arts. She believes that art education is a space where people can begin to take ownership of their creativity and learn to think freely and change the world around them. Her own drawings and paintings deal with themes of personal identity, the power of storytelling, and the borders between individual and universal experience.
Ms June Siu
Ms June Siu graduated with a BFA (Hons) in Visual Communication from Nanyang Technological University, School of Arts, Design & Media in 2017. She believes that art is a tool to excavate the inexplicable depths of the human psyche. Inspired by the Surrealist and Abstract Expressionist art movements, she takes an experimental approach to both her digital and traditional media works.