Monthly Archives: August 2012

I am happy to receive some traditional Malay Kueh-kueh and Muslims foods during Hari Raya Aidilfitri. Below a photo of the Kueh-kueh. After one month of Ramadan that was devoted to worship, charitable deed and acts of compassion by Muslims, all are welcome to take part in the celebrations in Singapore. Glittering street lights-up and traditional decorations, wide variety of traditional foods and many things like textiles and handicrafts can be seen at Geylang Serai, Kampong Glam and even at my neighborhood shopping areas and bazaars.

Singapore Art Society Annual Exhibition 2012 will be held at 140 Hill Street, MICA Building, Singapore 179369, from 12 to 16 August 2012 (11am-7pm). There is also a Forum: “Journey to Art: My Life, My Experience”, the speakers are famous Singapore artists Mr Tay Chee Toh and Mr Leo Hee Tong. The Chairman for the Forum is Mr Choy Weng Yang. There is also Singapore Youth Art Awards presentation ceremony during official opening of the exhibition on 12 August at 3pm. The Guest of Honour is Dr Ho Kah Leong, President of the Singapore Arts Federation.

Singapore is a small country. More than 5 million people living in Singapore. The majority are Chinees, with Malays and Indians forming significant minorities. Singapore has four languages: English, Chinese, Malay, and Tamil. You can see different kinds of arts practiced in Singapore. Singapore government has been promoting Singapore as a centre for arts and culture and Singapore has constructed Espllanade – Theatres on the bay for the performing arts and developed the Singapore Art Musuem for the visual arts. The Singapore Art Museum advocates and presents contemporary art practices of Singapore and the Southeast Asian region. Many art societies and organizations promote arts in Singapore too. Art soceity like Singapore art Society, Modern Art Society, Singapore Watercolour Society and Chinese paintings and calligraphic related art societies in Singapore. There are many art exhibitions in Singapore everyday, in the musuem, galleries and art centers. People in Singapore have opportunity to see arts, learn arts, know arts, practice arts, share arts, buy arts, sell arts. There are art colleges and art school in Singapore too.

People buy and collect original art works and many use art works to decorate the home and office because many original art works are affordable in Singapore. In Singapore you can buy original paintings from art galleries, at exhibitions or online. You can choose the piece that is affordable to you online.

I have a website of Paintings for Sale where I listed some paintings for sale, you can buy online there. You can visit my websites of paintings and buy paintings that you like. I ship panting worldwide and accept payment by credit card and PayPal payment. I have just added this painting on my website too.

You can see arts, including sculptures and paintings installed and displayed at many places in Singapore. If you are at Raffles City, you can see many art pieces collected by Raffles City there. You can also see two of my bigger paintings acquired by Raffles City at Raffles City Convention Centre, 4th floor Raffles City, Singapore.

Share with you a painting that I have painted recently. This paiinting is related to Singapore and its tropical environment. Flower Dome, Gardens by the Bay, I painted this painting to mark the introduction of Gardens by the Bay in Singapore.

You may like to visit Gardens by the Bay when you visit this tropical country Singapore. Hope you like this painting.

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