A selection of artworks by artists with disabilities will be featured from 9 – 15 December 2015 at The Immagini Art Gallery Singapore. A total of 24 works ranging from paintings to handicrafts will be on display along with an artist’s talk, which will be held on 12 December 2015 at the gallery.
Artist’s featured are; Chang Kim Ngoh (b.1946) with polio disability, is a full-time artist specializing in oil and watercolor and favorite subjects are old Malay kampongs depicting the simple and carefree life during Singapore’s old colonial days; Chuan Yew Eng (b.1947) with paraplegic disability is an avid seamstress and a self-taught artist in embroidery and art of sewing, today she has expanded from creating quilt and bags to clay works and paper crafts; Chew Min Li (b.1984) with autism disability loves depicting animals such as cats, dogs and rabbits in her art, a born natural talent who is able to churn out impressive pieces in any medium she lays her hands on; and Daren Leslie (b.1994) with hearing impaired disability discovered his passion for art at a young age, his paintings mostly depicts scenic landscapes characterized by bright hues of colors and shading. Other artists included are Annette Soh Ghim Hui, Katherine Han and Veronica Qwek Hui Ping.
The exhibition is presented by The Aquila Trust and Very Special Arts (VSA) Singapore.
Opening Reception: 10 December 2015, Wednesday, 6.30pm – 9.00pm
Artist Talk: 12 December
Venue: Immagini Art Gallery, 261 Waterloo Street, Waterloo Centre, #01-16, Singapore 180261
When: 9 - 15 Dec 2015,