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The Art Spectacles

This is my second exhibition in this year. This year had been really exciting as I had been looking for places to hold exhibition for my work. I did a solo last month, launch a collector's book with Fotohub and now my second show (together with another 3 artists, Keng Hee, Meng Yong and Jason Ang) on my acrylic painting and documentary photographic work on Singapore. Yes, I have to put in lot of time and hard work, which goes without saying. Financial drain too, as I have 2 children to support. Of course, I get their support too when I needed. They are my helping hands. In this exhibition, you will see my acrylic work: Project 49. Everyday, I painted the Marina Bay Sands, pondered about the significant of it all for 49 days. It was a form of meditation. 49 days has a great significant in Chinese numerology, pugilistic master goes into a sealed cave or room to meditate for 7x7 days and supposedly emerge with greater wisdom. '49 days' is a form of therapy of the mind. The process was really enriching as I had to juggle with work, traveling and the growing size of the canvas I had painted.
I started on the premise to challenge myself to create very different ways of painting Sands. I did and created the simplest form of a single line to complex work that took me five hours to complete. Here you can download the Press release.
This is the most complex piece needing most time to complete.
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For more information on the exhibition, check the exhibition site,


  1. Wow, very nice pieces of art. Especially love the last painting. :)

  2. Thanks Ting. Join me at the preview night. Nothing beats seeing the real thing.

  3. Hi Uncle Mengfoo, You have got an inspiring collection of paintings. I will drop by if i am free. Take care. Hope the boys are doing fine as well :)
    (Bob's daughter)

  4. Will await your arrival Ann. It is fun to come to the preview night. Next Friday, 7pm. Thx for compliment. My elder son is busy with school work and friends.


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