Thomson

5 Thomson Ridge #01-05
Thomson Ridge Estate, Singapore 574635
219A Upper Thomson Road
Singapore 574351
How to Get There

Nearest MRT Station
Marymount Station (Circle Line) or Bishan Station (North-South Line)

By Bus
Alight at Bus Stop “bef Thomson Ridge” and walk behind Upper Thomson UOB Bank

Buses
52,132, 162, 165, 166, 410, 855, 980

Nearest Parking
Thomson Plaza Car Park

Opening Hours

Tuesday & Public Holiday: Closed
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: 1.00pm – 9.00pm
Saturday & Sunday: 9.00am – 7.00pm

Artgrain @ Thomson

Dear Artgrainers,

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

 TEACHERS
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 *bottom right

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 Syaz *top right

Ms Syaz graduated with a bachelor degree in Fine Arts at Lasalle College of the Arts in 2014. She is a multidisciplinary artist. Her source of inspiration and influence derived from modern art to pop culture such as movies, social medias, memes and so on. She uses collage, illustration and printmaking as a platform to communicate with the viewers or to be admired and awed by the visuals of it. She juxtaposes and appropriate these imageries with her personal commentaries about the not-so-important issue.

Ms Kim Hyesu

Ms.Kim Hyesu graduated with a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Fine Art Practice from the University of Central Lancashire UK in 2019. Her practice is an attempt to make sense of the range of emotions she experiences in her life. She uses diverse forms of art such as drawings, videos, and installation to reenact the phenomenological moments she encounters and present it to viewers as a mode of questioning. Her latest practice concerns capturing the micro-expressions on the face that are not often detectable in real-life, but encompass a wide range of difficult emotions.