Art Stage Singapore 2011 – Favorite Works Part 1

17 Jan 2011

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There were many pieces which struck me as interesting during the Art Stage Singapore 2011 last week. Did you see me at the vernissage? I took plenty of photos and decided it’s best to split the blog coverage into two posts. Here’s Part 1 and I’m gonna dive right into my favourite pieces.

1. First up is my most favouritest piece (I’m kinda into the whole Honeysuckle/Coral Rose colors at the moment- in keeping with the 2011 Pantone Color of the Year and all, but hey that’ll a totally different blog post). This piece is gorgeous, it’s a photo of winter Amaryliss and the scale! Oh, the scale is friggin’ grand… makes me wanna jump into and start rolling around the creamy peach-colored petals. I can only wish for a wall space big enough at home to display this piece. One day, oh one day, when I move into a loft with ultra high ceilings. ;p *droolz*

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Paloma Navares
Kisaeng, 2007

2. Moving on next, an oil painting by Chinese artist Zhu Yi-Yong. This painting of a young Chinese girl playing with a red string, shaped into a star is so captivating. I love how the red string jumped off the black and white background, and upon closer inspection, the artist had used small brush strokes to give the string additional dimension. I wish I can bring this home too.

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Zhu Yi-Yong
Memories of China Series No. 22, 2010
[part of Red Star series]
Oil on canvas

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4. I saw these two pieces by Taiwanese artist Hung Tung-Lu at the

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8. Photographs by Shen Chao Liang. My photo doesn’t do this any justice at all, it’s best to check out his work online.

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Shen Chao-Liang
Stage, 2006-2009

Okay folks, that’s all for this part. Follow me with more pictures in Part 2!

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