Eng Siak Loy has had a long and successful artistic career beginning with his training at the Singapore Academy of Art in 1960, then as a designer at the National Parks Board. His sense of precision, attention to detail, has enabled him to craft many artworks ranging from small scale designs such as stamps and coins, to big scale murals and sculptures that are found in public spaces and parks. Eng has also received many awards for his design, locally and internationally. Eng Siak Loy chooses to use oil as the medium to execute his paintings, though he is adept in various mediums. Eng employs the interplay between the focus in the foreground and the movement in the background to depict the dynamism of the subject matter.
Venue: Cape of Good Hope, 231 Bain Street, Bras Basah Complex #03-17, Singapore 180231
When: 18 - 23 Aug 2018,