Capturing The Light - Goh Siew Guan Watercolour Art Exhibition at Rendezvous Hotel Singapore

Event Name : 把光留住 - 龙都大酒店呈现吴瑞源水彩画展 Event Start Date : 13 - Apr - 2015 Event End Date : 30 - Jun - 2015 Event Location : 9 Bras Basah Road, Singapore 189559 Hits: 3313
把光留住 - 龙都大酒店呈现吴瑞源水彩画展
Da Tang Fine Arts Enterprise Pte. Ltd.
Rendezvous Hotel Singapore
Period :
till end June
Start Date :
01-Apr-2015
End Date :
30-Jun-2015
Address 1 :
9 Bras Basah Road, Singapore 189559
Telephone:
67383268 / 82685299
This is the second collaboration with Rendezvous Hotel Singapore to present to you Goh Siew Guan's watercolour painting entitle Capturing the Light. Total of 20 pieces painting have been display at Rendezvous Hotel Singapore for viewing and sale.
 
GOH Siew Guan (b. 1942) – Singaporean. Mr Goh served diligently as a full-time art educator for three decades with the Ministry of Education (MOE). After his recent retirement from MOE, he devotes more time to paint. He specializes in watercolour with nature as the subject. His mastery in art and excellent technical control in the application of water and colours, transforms not only the highly visual aspects of nature but also infusing sentiments and emotions into his artwork. Truly, a maestro in watercolour painting!

“Nature and Serenity are the themes of my previous two solo art exhibitions. I was mesmerized by nature, especially forests, undergrowth, mountains, rivers, village life and the simplicity of life. Indeed, I was greatly inspired by all these sights, to compel the deep desire to transfer to my drawings such passion and emotion that had stirred in my spirit. These are the common objects in my artworks. In this third solo exhibition, besides the same focus of the two original themes, I desire to place more emphasis on ‘light’ and ‘brilliance’ on my creations.  “Capturing The Light” – the focus of this exhibition, strives to create a common voice in testifying the beautiful interplay of light and brilliance in my artwork.” commented by Mr. Goh Siew Guan.

There are twenty pieces of watercolour paintings in this exhibition, featuring nature, fishing villages of Malaysia and Indonesia, seaside landscape, terraced farming, and the trees, rocks and flowers. We warmly welcome your patronage.

 

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