Making use of curvilinear elements and organic contortions, most of my art pieces create a fanciful parade of entwined characters inspired by subjects from diverse natural biomes. My collections express themes of calmness and serenity, through manifesting a solid state of contoured motion, weaving that spatial energy into emotive vibrance and novelty.
Fine Art Exhibition at The Oakwood Hotel, Enchanté
Last May 15, our sculpture group in coordination with the Oakwood hotel and Enchanté Restaurant created an abstract themed contemporary art exhibit. Me, along with my dad; Seb Chua, and several other sculptors set up a contemporary display of works imbued with the theme. We weren't able to attend the opening night ceremonies, but we came by a few days after to mingle with some guests and representatives. We drove by today and checked on our collection of works. Amongst all the pieces sold, our group's reserve comprised of over a third of all the sculptures patroned and sold. All in all, I'm very proud of the roster of art pieces we were able to come up with for the event.
I believe that the night and the entire month gave rise to new exposure for many artists, not just for us. The amount and quality of the selected works was quite grand. The roster was commented by most of the hotel and participants. We were able to hear good feedback from Trish, the restaurant manager and some of the guests and staff. I'm glad that businesses in other sectors collaborate with artists in joint events such as this to give the best of both worlds to guests, both foreign and local alike. Our group is planning more exhibits with different venues as well in the coming year, aside from regular residency at the Artasia Gallery in Megamall. I will update the venues and times on this website so check up from time to time.
Meanwhile, if you'd like to visit this exhibit, it is still currently ongoing at the 3rd floor of the Oakwood hotel near the SM Megamall and Shangri La are. The gourmet restaurant sponsor is Enchanté by Chef Jessie who owns two more designer restaurants/cafe's I believe.
(These pictures were taken today via my cellphone camera, so I'm sorry for the blur and the layout. I just wanted to give you a glance at the exhibit after all the commotion of the opening and after most of the guests today have already left.)