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  • Welcome to Utterly Art - Exhibition: A Nation of Shopkeepers
    commerce have not developed as frenetically as ours have Unlike traditional Singapore watercolours which celebrate the architecture and keep figures at a distant impersonality several of Kwee Horng s compositions get upfront and personal with customer and shopkeeper alike The goods of sale are lovingly detailed as are their nostalgic settings and arrangements In the exhibition Kwee Horng uses not only pure watercolour but ink and wash and also experiments with artful monochromes Apart from shopfronts the artist also broaches their evolution into the first shopping centre complexes as well as transport modes so important to commerce The show is a timely reminder of our mercantile past before our relentless progress eradicates its physical manifestations Exhibited Works People s Park Complex Food Centre 2012 56cm x 38cm Watercolour on paper S 1500 Bras Basah Complex 2012 56cm x 38cm Watercolour on paper SOLD People s Park Complex 2012 56cm x 38cm Watercolour on paper SOLD Tanjong Pagar 2012 56cm x 38cm Watercolour on paper SOLD 金玉满堂 Abundant Wealth 2012 38cm x 38cm Watercolour on paper SOLD Goodbye Railway Line 2012 38cm x 38cm Watercolour on paper SOLD Ang Pow Stall Chinatown 2012 28cm x 38cm Watercolour on paper SOLD Meng Sang Provision 2012 28cm x 38cm Watercolour on paper SOLD Fruit Seller 2012 28cm x 38cm Watercolour on paper SOLD Printing Shop 2012 38cm x 28cm Watercolour on paper SOLD Oyster Omelette 2012 28cm x 38cm Watercolour on paper SOLD Stone Mason 2012 28cm x 38cm Watercolour on paper SOLD Yoon Thye Medical 2012 28cm x 38cm Watercolour on paper SOLD Magazine Shop 2012 38cm x 56cm Ink and watercolour on paper SOLD Ah Liam Provision Shop 2012 38cm x 28cm Ink and watercolour on paper SOLD Selling Betel Nuts 2012 38cm x 28cm Ink and watercolour on paper SOLD

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  • Welcome to Utterly Art - Exhibition: Balanghai Ground Zero
    textured paintings Filipino John Paul Antido shows his native community fanning out in search of greener pastures amidst turbulent waters beset by assorted sea monsters The Philippine diaspora baggage and all is documented in a series of fond archetypes We see the dalagang bukid the farm maiden who leaves her native province and the marino her lover who is willing to swim the deepest seas to seek her out The troubadour who sings despite all calamities while the pretty May flower is resplendent in her gown The Overseas Filipino Worker who navigates troubled seas in search of home while the protective mother chaperones her inakay hatchling Larger paintings contain more pithy observations teamwork in a dragonboat propels one forward the women on the banana boat hope for the best but expect the worst lovers hold hands to ride out the storm the girl on the jetski rushes along with domestic and cultural origins scattered helter skelter Using his fellow countrymen and their plight as ground zero for a rich source of inspiration John Paul Antido shows the Filipino seeking destinations moving forward spreading cultures in search of better and beyond Exhibited Works Banana Republic 2012 48in x 48in Oil on canvas S 3150 Rush 2012 30in x 60in Oil on canvas SOLD Bakunawa Dragon 2012 30in x 72in Oil on canvas S 3000 In Time and Tide 2012 60in x 36in Oil on canvas SOLD Dalagang Bukid Farm Maiden 2012 48in x 24in Oil on canvas S 1650 Marino Mariner 2012 48in x 24in Oil on canvas S 1650 Leap of Faith 2012 72in x 12in Oil on canvas SOLD Inakay Hatchling 2012 30in x 18in Oil on canvas S 850 November Rain 2012 30in x 18in Oil on canvas SOLD Flores de Mayo Mayflower 2012 30in x 18in Oil

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  • Welcome to Utterly Art - Artist Showcase: John Paul Antido
    University of the Philippines Diliman campus and has exhibited in the Philippines Singapore and Malaysia He won Grand Prize twice at the Art Petron 2nd and 5th National Student Art Competition 2002 2005 2nd place at the GSIS 2nd Annual Painting Competition 2005 and 3rd place at the Metrobank Art and Design Excellence Competition 2008 He has held solo shows at the Boston Gallery and Ayala Museum in the Philippines

    Original URL path: http://utterlyart.com.sg/artists/view/96 (2015-10-14)
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  • Welcome to Utterly Art - Exhibition: A Forest is Made of Small Trees
    and an aggregation of a myriad organic enitities The resultant gestalt coruscates with a new life bestowed by the artist s vivid imagination Exhibited Works Ambiguous Forest I 2012 640mm x 480mm Pencil pen coloured ink Japanese white pigment on Japanese paper SOLD Ambiguous Forest II 2012 710mm x 640mm Pencil pen coloured ink Japanese white pigment on Japanese paper SOLD Ambiguous Forest III 2012 640mm x 480mm Pencil pen coloured ink Japanese white pigment on Japanese paper SOLD Ambiguous Forest IV 2012 575mm x 900mm Pencil pen coloured ink Japanese white pigment on Japanese paper SOLD Shipwrecked Cassiopeia 2012 900mm x 565mm Pencil coloured ink Japanese white pigment on Japanese paper SOLD Grow I 2012 180mm x 190mm Pencil and coloured ink on paper SOLD Grow II 2012 180mm x 190mm Pencil and coloured ink on paper SOLD Who Killed Robin 2012 797mm x 535mm Etching and Chine collé on Hahnemühle paper A P 1 1 ed of 10 S 800 frame S 150 導べ Seven Stars 2012 960mm x 600mm Etching and lithography on Hahnemühle paper ed of 5 S 1350 frame S 200 導べ Cassiopeia 2012 960mm x 600mm Etching and lithography on Hahnemühle paper ed of

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  • Welcome to Utterly Art - Exhibition: Happiness Private Limited 2012 - Fun For Me
    fantasticality and the supernatural in William Sim s world as each artwork represents a piece of fantasy where happy thoughts bewildering creatures and comforting memories amalgamate Exhibited Works Royal Hydraulic Fish 2012 60cm x 60cm Acrylic on wood SOLD A Potpourri of Happy Thoughts 2012 60cm x 26 5cm Acrylic on wood SOLD My Green Ride 2012 60cm x 26 5cm Acrylic on wood SOLD Love Comes Quickly 2012 26 5cm x 60cm Acrylic on wood SOLD Damsels and Fairies 2012 26 5cm x 40cm Acrylic on wood SOLD Balancing an Emotion 2012 40cm x 26 5cm Acrylic on wood SOLD Butterfly Kisses 2012 40cm x 26 5cm Acrylic on wood SOLD Winglets of Freedom 2012 26 5cm x 60cm Acrylic on wood SOLD Fragment of a Memory Hope Shines 2012 39cm x 29cm Watercolour on acid free paper SOLD Fragment of a Memory Time Stood Still 2012 39cm x 29cm Watercolour on acid free paper SOLD Fragment of a Memory Sheltered Life 2012 39cm x 29cm Watercolour on acid free paper SOLD Fragment of a Memory The Naturalist 2012 39cm x 29cm Watercolour on acid free paper SOLD Fragment of a Memory Home 2012 49cm x 39cm Watercolour on acid free paper SOLD Nostalgic Fishes 1 2012 29cm x 39cm Watercolour on acid free paper SOLD Nostalgic Fishes 2 2012 29cm x 39cm Watercolour on acid free paper SOLD The Windfall with Lush Tan 2012 44cm x 17cm x 17cm Acrylic on polyvinylchloride wood perspex SOLD An Ornamental Passage 2012 39cm x 49cm Graphite and watercolour on acid free paper SOLD Rite of Passage 2012 39cm x 49cm Graphite and watercolour on acid free paper SOLD The Engines of Renewable Passion 2012 29cm x 39cm Graphite and watercolour on acid free paper SOLD The Epiphany with Lush Tan 2012

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  • Welcome to Utterly Art - Exhibition: I Am What I Am Not
    more bearable I regard this phenomenon as universal But for this exhibition I have focused mainly on subjects that are Filipino in character Modern day heroes in the form of a movie star comic book character boxing champion beauty queen international singer etc who are icons of veneration that serve to inspire if not personify They provide both empowerment and an escape from harsh realities for those who believe that things will get better as manifested by the glory reaped and successes achieved by the people they admire It is an everyday reality to encounter cheap videoke joints with screaming singers a la Arnel Pineda or Charice Pempengco or aspiring boxers wanting to be Pacquiao or a gay hairdresser dreaming of a beauty queen s crown But more than illustrating who they actually are vis à vis who they want to be I am particularly interested in pointing out the contradiction where identity and self realization must be illusory and the notion of grandeur patterned after someone else s Is it the fault of the masses or society s shortcomings in providing proper perspectives and the means to identify the self for all its worth Or is it just unbridled commerce dictating our lives Exhibited Works I Am What I Am Not 2012 57in x 49in Oil on canvas S 6200 I am Darna 2012 48in x 36in Oil on canvas SOLD I Am A Star 2012 48in x 36in Oil on canvas S 4350 I Am The Way 2012 36in x 48in Oil on canvas SOLD I Am The Queen 2012 36in x 27in Oil on canvas S 2400 Don t Stop Believin 2012 36in x 27in Oil on canvas S 2400 I Am Batman 2012 36in x 26in Oil on canvas SOLD I Am Wonderwoman 2012 36in x

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  • Welcome to Utterly Art - Exhibition: Sybarities
    have big boobs and infatuated with eye lashes Driven by cerebral workers a dispirited transformation time approaches but this time will also become China s transition period and the longest page as well Artist Zhang Kexin has had the fortune to live in this multicoloured exaggerated time Of course as an artist he has a mind Zhang Kexin surely uses his own work to describe and record this special time Sybarites collection appears as a topical creation It is Zhang Kexin s most powerful new work from installation image sculpture painting are multi artistic forms to display Sybarites series is Zhang Kexin s challenge to Chinese contemporary art s over formalised generalisation signifying peeling realistic society all kinds of problems A brand new attempt and breakthrough wanting Chinese contemporary art to return to Chinese contemporary cultural life In other words creating artistic content higher than the artistic form remaking a brand new Chinese contemporary art linguistic environment The creation of the Sybarites collection manifests Zhang Kexin s independent personalized artistic language emphasizing the joy of painting poems In these pictures the artist gives personal art intelligence and skill To its portrayal of a person or event sometimes it is a smile of ridicule sometimes it is black humour sometimes exaggeration like a Hollywood farce movie sometimes in the passing clouds and flowing water serious thought is exposed sometimes flashes a knife edge analogy from the gentle also in the mild romantic symbolic affective tone containing artistic depth Sybarites collection allows the Eastern and Western drawing language a chance to reform Also this inspires Zhang Kexin s independent and bright artistic linguistic environment the charm of eastern cultural art and the feeling of modern western cultural art A worm damaged apple can still shine misleadingly lovely a fresh flower s wilting

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  • Welcome to Utterly Art - Artist Showcase: Mary Bernadette
    to both the creator and receiver Her philosophy in life is try and her mission in life is to put a smile on people s faces with her art and design a serotonin driven vocation she d say She currently teaches children art and is constantly inspired by their unsatiable curiosity spontaneity and unbridled enthusiasm Her works are also influenced by her love for nature and animals Also since young

    Original URL path: http://utterlyart.com.sg/artists/view/146 (2015-10-14)
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