Let there be Box, 2010, 61x41cm, Archival inkjet print on fine art paper, edition of 5

Let there be Box is currently on show in Creating Commonwealth at DLF Emporio Mall & Gallery Ragini, New Delhi, India from 1st October to 7th November 2010.

For more information on the exhibition, please click here.

Feel free to download the digital copy of CreatingCommonwealth Catalogue too.

I’m so honoured to be representing Singapore and have my photograph, Let There Be Box to be exhibited in Creating Commonwealth at DLF Emporio Mall & Gallery Ragini in New Delhi, India from 1st October to 7th November 2010. Exhibition is curated by Anoop Kamath. This exhibition is concurrent with the upcoming Commonwealth Games 2010 in New Delhi.

Participating artists: Aanchal Wazir, Anoli Pierra, Arron Teo, Babu Eashwar Prasad, Babu Xavier, Binoy Varghese, Bose Krishnamachari, G R Iranna, George Martin PJ, Gigi Scaria, Imran Channa, Jignasha Ojha, Manjunath Kamath, Murali Cheeroth, Phaneendra Nath Chaturvedi, Pooja Iranna, Prasad Raghavan, Pratul Dash, Rajan Krishnan, Rajesh Ram, Ravi Gossain, Roy Thomas, Rupa Paul, S Ayesha, Shweta Talwar, Sudhanshu Sutar, Sunil Padwal, T Rathi Devi, Tushar Joag, Tuttua M. Tomy, Vivek Vilasini

For more info on the exhibition, please visit Gallery Ragini Website or Email them at

Special thanks to Mr Anoop Kamath for inviting me to participant in the Commonwealth art exhibition.

A very special thanks to Corrine Guo for selecting & featuring me in I’m now officially part of their Artists database 🙂

To view my profile in Artinasia, please click the following link:

Oh finally! New paintings for 2009 and they are currently on show at D’Peak Gallery, Singapore until 27 September 2009, Sunday.

Click here for more details of WǒMén Show

A preview of my 3 latest paintings (best view in actual painting for details and depth created by oil glazing technique):

Withered Paradise 6
Mixed Media on Linen
100 x 150cm

Withered Paradise 7
Mixed Media on Linen
155 x 90cm

Withered Paradise 8
Mixed Media on Linen
155 x 90cm

WǒMén- my upcoming Art Exhibition with Janice Chin, curated by Jenn Choo and opens this 28 August, friday evening 7pm at D’peak Gallery, Singapore. Free Admission.

“Wǒmén” as titled in this exhibition, suggests a double entendre. While literally meaning women – a subject widely interpreted in both artists’ works; “Wǒmén” also reads 我們 -“we or us” in hanyu pinyin – denoting the perceptions and narrations of these subjects with focus to the psyche of the both artists. Adopting different aspects of approach, artists Arron Teo and Janice Chin display a striking visual dialogue to represent a sphere of unconscious perception and behavior, to confront the logical and illogical, while questioning one’s identity and anonymity. This exhibition challenges viewers to look at the images of women beyond its formal and pictorial language, directing one on a journey of multi-layered perceptions, emotional interpretations, and the “divergent” mode of thought, stirring one’s hidden stimuli and sensations.

WǒMén is a Partner Program of Singapore Art Show 2009

D’Peak Gallery address (click address for map):
Eunos Technolink Block 7, Kaki Bukit Road 1, #01-07, Singapore 415 937

gallery office:
+65 6848 9266

Exhibition runs to 27 September 2009
Opening hours:
11am to 7pm, Tuesday to Sunday. Closed on Monday, Public Holiday by Appointment only.

I was amazed when my friend and student told me that my article on was published in U-Weekly 优周刊, Issue No.174, Pg. 70 & My Paper 我报, 6 Apr 09, Pg  B12. It’s interesting to see this article getting published in hardcopy newspaper and magazine, but sad to see that my nude painting was cropped. Such a good way to censor my paintings…

Special Thanks to Wendy Tan for My Paper & Rowena Lim for U-Weekly notice.

I was recently interviewed for (online newspaper by Singapore Press Holdings) by Han Weiding regarding young artist, their artworks and the unusual journey in life to embark in art.

Article link:  “画裸体艺术画 探索女性内在美”
(Article is in Chinese)

Special thanks to Han Weiding and Tew Bee Lan