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(+65) 9232 3197
Artgrain @ Bukit Timah Plaza
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The Team @ Bukit Timah Plaza
Ms Josephine Chan
Ms Josephine Chan is thankful that in 2012 she was given opportunities from curators to exhibit her art works in Huddersfield as well as in London, where her ideas could be shared to many. She is constantly on the ball to explore different art mediums to express her ideas. The art environment is where her creativity could be fully expressed. Vice versa it is also this environment that never fails to broaden her imagination, ideas, and knowledge.
Medium: Visual Graphic, Illustration, Fine Art Photography
Ms Tan Cheng Ju
Ms Tan Cheng Ju (CJ) graduated with a BA (Hons) Degree in Fine Arts from Lasalle College of the Arts in 2014. She is mostly inspired by textile installation works. Her art practice touches on social issues based on her past and present experience. She is very fond of using found objects as her main material to recreate wearable art piece that reflects on locality issues as she find it meaningful that those found objects are created for a purpose. Currently, in her art practice she is still rather experimental and she enjoys a bit of spontaneity and fun in her works.
Medium: 3D Sculpture, Installation
Ms Goh Hong
Ms Goh Hong enjoyed art from a young age, having learnt art since she was 4 years old. She continued pursuing art through the Special Art Programme in secondary school and subsequently H2 Art in junior college, where she had the opportunity to learn many different ways of making art and hone her sensibilities. In university, she majored in Industrial Design at the National University of Singapore and went for student exchange at Hanyang University in Korea, where she deepened her skills in sketching, modelling, and graphic design.
Presently in her art practice, she specialize in drawing, digital painting, and photography. Through these mediums, she creates highly-realistic works which explore and express specific characteristics of a subject, be it a person, animal, or an object. She also enjoys portraiture and liquid photography, as it allows me to capture precious moments in time.
She feels that art is important and useful in life, as it enables us to look at things through different perspectives and trains our sensitivity. She finds children more imaginative than most adults, and hope to encourage their creativity and cultivate joy through art making.
Medium: Industrial Design, Sketching, Graphic Design
Mr Azri is currently pursuing a degree in Fine Art at LaSalle College of the Arts. His painting draws inspiration from nature and his childhood spent near the ocean. Through his work, he aims to share an appreciation and responsibility towards nature. He has contributed his art to conservation efforts such as Sharkfest UK and Treasures of our Shores in 2018 and hopes to see the youth develop a sense of wonder for nature’s beauty. Working with paint, pen, cameras and drawing inspiration from his personal experiences with nature – especially the ocean – he believes that a person’s understanding of life and their ways of visual expression are intimately related. He also believes that through honest learning and practice, this relationship can be strengthened, allowing a person to deepen their understanding of the self and its relation to the world. In teaching art, he hopes to enable children to see the world with more meaning, optimism and widened horizons.
Medium: Drawing, Painting, Digital, Video
Ms Vicky’s works are majority narratives that express personal stories, experiences and fictions. She is interested in how humans react to their own surroundings especially those who live in Singapore and how places impacted them. She also takes interest in stories that people share with her as well. Her living environment – urban spaces – are her constant source of ideations and inspirations.
Medium: Drawing, Painting
Ms Sijie graduated from BA (Hons) Illustration from Camberwell College of Arts, University of the Arts London (UK). During the course of her study, she developed an interest in drawing on location and creating visual essays of her observations. Her final coursework has been selected for feature by Creative Review and selected for exhibit by GX Gallery. She believes drawing through the act of seeing is a dialectic process that helps us see and understand ourselves and the world more richly. She hopes that through art and drawing, children learn how to see, discover and re-discover deeper meanings.
Medium: Installation, Drawing
Ms Yunita Rebekah is graduated in 2019 from University of Central Lancanshire, United Kingdom, in Bachelor (Hons) of Fine Art Practice, and has received a Diploma in Fine Art from Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, Singapore. She has shown in Langgeng Art Space, Jogjakarta, Your Mother Gallery, Singapore, National Gallery Singapore, Ngee Ann Kongsi Gallery, and other establishments. She believes that art making teaches important and valuable skills for the everyday life of the developing child or adult.
Medium: Acrylic and Oil Painting
Ms Joanne Choi
Ms Joanne Choi graduated with BA (Hons) Fashion Media and Industries from Lasalle College of the Arts in 2014. Additionally, she also majors in Fine Arts from Art High School in Korea. Her artistic expression covers the various spectrum from western/oriental painting to sculpting and many other kinds of artwork.
Tr Joanne has more than 4 years of experience as a graphic design artist with industries such as Printing and Web, advertising and IT. On top of that, Tr Joanne also has experience teaching art to kindergarten, primary and secondary students in Singapore and Korea.
Passionate about art and teaching children, Tr Joanne enjoys most in bringing out each one’s originality through the process of self-reflection and communication with them. Before Covid-19, Tr Joanne used to go to missionary camp every year to teach art to unprivileged students in Malaysia, Cambodia, Indonesia and Philippines.