Surbana One 3D Logo Sculpture
(relocated)
Jalan Bukit Merah, Singapore
Commissioned by Surbana Corporation Pte Ltd
2004
Surbana One Logo Sculpture (relocated) . Stainless Steel . 2004
Surbana One Logo Sculpture (relocated) . Stainless Steel . 2004
In the Making
In the Making
Koi Fish Pond
Artist-in-School Project
Art Students of Fuhua Secondary School were first guided by the artist and created artworks that were later ornamented on the triangular wedge at the central of the pond.
Fuhua Secondary School, Singapore
Commissioned by Fuhua Secondary School
2003
Koi Fish Pond with Students' Artworks embedded . Mixed Media . 2003
Koi Fish Pond with Students' Artworks embedded . Mixed Media . 2003
ES Quaver
The ES Quaver symbolises East Springians' strive towards excellence in all areas of endeavour, particularly in the field of Visual and Performing Arts. This unique sculpture is formed by a continuous flow of the letters 'e' and 's'. It spirals upwards to form a stylised quaver which depicts the students' journey towards success, culminating on a high note.
Bishan Park Secondary School, Singapore
Commissioned by Bishan Park Secondary School
2003
ES Quaver . Stainless Steel . 2003
ES Quaver . Stainless Steel . 2003
Family
温馨家庭
Woodlands Drive 75, Singapore
2002
《温馨家庭》 Family . Cast Bronze . 2002
《温馨家庭》 Family . Cast Bronze . 2002
《温馨家庭》 Family . Cast Bronze . 2002
《温馨家庭》 Family . Cast Bronze . 2002
The Unicorn
Artist-in-School Project
Guided by Chua Boon Kee, Koh Nguang How and Lee Mei Ling
A reborn of trash and discarded objects! Creating a unique sculpture out of recycled materials, both artists and students enjoyed every process from conceptualisation using available materials to assembling the finished piece. First, student explored and developed ideas by playing with the materials. Then, with the guidance of the artists, students started visualising and expressing the finalised idea into the actual artwork. Along the way, students were shared with and learnt the elements and the principles of design (the good use of line, shape, form, tone, colour, texture and space; the balance, harmony, contrast, rhythm and composition).
Siglap Secondary School, Singapore
2002
The Unicorn (Trash Revival) . Recycled Materials . 2002
The Unicorn (Trash Revival) . Recycled Materials . 2002
Guidance and Conceptualisation
Guidance and Conceptualisation
Animal Sculptures
Artist-in-School Project
The objective of this course is to expose students towards sculpturing art. These artworks were created by the students together with the artist. Guidance and explanations were given in every process stages, from sculpting the clay model to making the mould for casting, from learning the techniques of mixing the right proportions of resin to the removal of the mould from the hardened resin sculpture, from turning a fresh cast sculpture into the final refined piece of artwork.
Temasek Primary School, Singapore
2002
Making of Clay Models . 2002
Making of Clay Models . 2002
Final Work . Cast Resin with Paint . 2002
Final Work . Cast Resin with Paint . 2002
Final Work . Cast Resin with Paint . 2002
Final Work . Cast Resin with Paint . 2002
Final Work . Cast Resin with Paint . 2002
Final Work . Cast Resin with Paint . 2002
Final Work . Cast Resin with Paint . 2002
Final Work . Cast Resin with Paint . 2002
Final Work . Cast Resin with Paint . 2002
Final Work . Cast Resin with Paint . 2002
Final Work . Cast Resin with Paint . 2002
Final Work . Cast Resin with Paint . 2002
Final Work . Cast Resin with Paint . 2002
Final Work . Cast Resin with Paint . 2002
Final Work . Cast Resin with Paint . 2002
Final Work . Cast Resin with Paint . 2002
Reach and Excel, BPSIANS
School Motto and School Creed
Artist-in-School Project
Bishan Park Secondary School, Singapore
Commissioned by Bishan Park Secondary School
2001
Reach and Excel, BPSIANS . Stainless Steel . 2001
Reach and Excel, BPSIANS . Stainless Steel . 2001
Conceptualisation and Installation
Conceptualisation and Installation
Roysth Student Sculptures
Artist-in-School Project
(first school project)
This is an unusual project that inspires students towards sculpturing interest. Indeed a very educative one, too. Loads of live demonstrations were performed. Many students during their free time crowded around the artist’s working space while he shape and sculpt. It was highly interactive as students were unrestricted to ask questions while artist demonstrates the different essential steps in casting techniques. Students were encouraged to touch and feel and learn the various materials, tools, clay models, moulds, etc. The finished artwork was installed at the entrance hall of the school, displaying two students with welcoming gestures to greet any visitors to the school.
Roysth School, Singapore
Commissioned by Roysth School
2001
Roysth School Student Sculptures . Poly-Marble . 2001
Roysth School Student Sculptures . Poly-Marble . 2001
In the Making . Interactive Sessions
In the Making . Interactive Sessions
Demonstrations & Sharing . Finished Sculptures with Students
Demonstrations & Sharing . Finished Sculptures with Students
Relief Mural Sculptures @ Mount Faber
Mount Faber, Singapore
1995
Relief Mural Sculptures . Cast Poly-Marble . 1995
Relief Mural Sculptures . Cast Poly-Marble . 1995

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