"The Gifted" art exhibition showcases talents of artists with disabilities


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Ironman gets a Malaysian twist (with KLCC in the background) in this painting by Kirtanraw Subramaniam.

Deaf artist Candice Singha Wong is all excited and counting the hours before her acrylic painting, Destination To The Summit, goes on display at Art4love’s The Gifted art exhibition in Kuala Lumpur tomorrow.

“Hopefully, art lovers will like my artwork, which depicts the climb up to the summit of Mount Kinabalu, Sabah. It took a month to complete the painting. I hope I can reach the peak one day, ” says the KL-based painter in an e-mail interview recently.

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