Colour Impression - Ngiao Will Laon Solo Art Exhibition

Event Name : 印象、色彩 - 绕维崙个展 Event Start Date : 15 - Aug - 2015 Event End Date : 15 - Sep - 2015 Event Location : 1 Coleman Street, #B1-31 The Adelphi, Singapore 179803 Hits: 4524
印象、色彩 - 绕维崙个展
Da Tang Fine Arts Enterprise Pte. Ltd.
Period :
One Month
Start Date :
15-Aug-2015
End Date :
15-Sep-2015
Address 1 :
1 Coleman Street, #B1-31 The Adelphi, Singapore 179803
Address 2 :
Mon - Fri 12pm - 7pm | Sat 2pm - 7pm | Closed on Sunday & PH by appointment only
Telephone:
6738 3268 / 8268 5299

ART TALK by Ngiao Will Laon
Date: 29/08/2015 (Saturday)
Venue: 1 Coleman Street, The Adelphi #1-31, S 179803.
Time: 3pm - 4.30pm
Register at 8268 5299
$4 per pax, limited to 10 people.

Ngiao Will Laon will be giving an insight of his abstraction inspiration in a small group interactive dialogue.



印象、色彩
绕维崙生于一九七一年,毕业于吉隆坡美术学院(KLCA)。在美专毕业后,绕维崙投入大量时间从事美术教育与创作,他热爱艺术创作并希望有朝一日自己的作品能走向国际。这几年来除了举办多次联展于个展,作品也受各外国机构收藏。大唐艺苑为绕维崙举办第二次新加坡个展。在这次的展出作品,画家应用丰富、大胆、创新的手法注入创作中。无论从冈景、花卉、城市景象到抽象表现主义,在他的作品中充满各种印象色彩、视觉叙述,并以多层次的色调、明亮的色彩让画作拥有明亮的色彩足迹。观看绕维崙的作品会想起康丁斯基(Wassily Kandinsky 1866-1944)的作品《点线至平面》,采用色彩重叠、应用点线面结合色彩表现出无限的遐想空间,画家希望从传统的技法寻求新的视觉艺术符号并展现不同的媒介表现手法。借此机会大唐艺苑衷心祝愿绕维崙先生画展成功。

Ngiao Will Laon William (b. 1971).  After graduating from the Kuala Lumpur College of Art (KLCA) in 1994, he devoted his time to education in the fine arts  and to painting. He has been passionate about his artistic creations and always loves to share this passion with a bigger international audience.

For the past few years, besides holding several art exhibitions, he has been commissioned to paint for corporations overseas.  This is truly a strong affirmation for the artist of his skills.

This is William’s second solo art exhibition in Singapore, organised by Da Tang Fine Arts Enterprise Pte. Ltd. In this exhibition, William uses richly creative and daringly bold styles in his creations. From cityscapes, floral, landscapes to abstracts, he injects strong colours, multi-layering techniques and visual expressions to create the effect of a ‘foot-print of colours’. Admiring William’s artwork, art connoisseurs may be able to connect his work to the style of Wassily Kandinsky (1866 – 1944) - creating an aesthetic experience that engages the sight, sound, and emotion of the public. William endeavours to use traditional artistic techniques to explore a fresh visual experience, through various media. Our gallery and his followers warmly wish William great success in this art exhibition.

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