Perceptions is about the unknown. It’s about to see, hear, or become aware of something through the senses. And it’s about the way in which something is regarded, understood, or interpreted. From dark to light, from patterns to landscapes, Allen has refined his unique technique to lead you into inception. His ‘laissez-faire’-ish bold brush strokes rouses a three-dimensional abstract realm on a flat surface, to tell a story. The works in this exhibition urge you to look deeper at each of Allen Tang’s artworks. The longer you view each painting, you realise you are being drawn into it and soon find yourself a part of the painting rather than apart from the painting.
Allen Tang is a Singaporean Contemporary artist who has mastered the technique of oil on acrylic painting. Allen uses a 360-degree approach to his mastered method, in which breaches the threshold of three-dimensional art into a three-dimensional abstract expressionistic oil painting on a flat surface (acrylic boards). Simply to put, the longer you view a work, you will feel that you are a part of the work rather than be apart from it.
Admission: free, RSVP here
Venue: The Arts House, Gallery II, 1 Old Parliament Lane, Singapore 179429
When: 22 - 29 Sep 2021,
By: The Arts House