China-born artist Fan Shao Hua pays tribute to Singapore in this solo exhibition of past and present Singapore scenes portrayed in Chinese Ink. Over 25 art pieces that depict old street scenes of Chinatown, the Singapore River, the civic district and vanishing kampung scenes.
Born in 1963 in the GuangDong province of China, Fan Shao Hua is a multi-talented artist based in Singapore. Fan first started to learn ink painting at the age of ten, when he studied painting the human figure and bird and flower subjects. He graduated from the Guangzhou Academy of Arts in 1985, specialising in oil painting. Fan has been a full time artist since then, dividing his time between his art practice and teaching for almost three decades. He moved to Singapore in 1992, where he has made his home since then. Fan clinched the top prize in the 19th UOB Painting of the Year award in 2000, and the International Premium Oil Painting Artist by the Hong Kong World Class Artist Committee, 2008, among several other awards.
Venue: Goshen Art Gallery, 7 Fraser Street, #01-04,, Singapore 189356
When: 13 - 23 Sep 2018,