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It was an intriguing idea: a live drawing session to celebrate not only an anniversary but also the graceful forms of silat. CHOY SU-LING examines the movements of the ancient Malay art of self-defence while LI-EN CHONG takes a look at the resulting artwork inspired by those movements.
Celebrating anniversaries is about remembering the years gone by, the difficulties faced and overcome, and the accomplishments.
It has been a long wait for the captivatingly beautiful works of Long Thien Shih to grace the walls of an art gallery at his latest solo exhibition.
AFTER 21 years, the artists of Central Market past and present are strutting their stuff at a large exhibition - and showing that they are capable of more than just popular portraits and landscapes.
ENTERING a Hindu temple for the first time, Lee Weng Fatt felt enormous respect for the place of worship, and a sense of secrecy enveloping the temple grounds. The experience was to inspire the artist to paint 100 beautiful works featuring Hindu temples in Malaysia and Singapore.
Unreal worlds come alive on canvas and reach into the viewer's psyche with intriguing designs and gorgeous colours.