Tools of the Artist
In the 1970's the renowned Singaporean artist, Choo Keng Kwang, was
capturing the street scenes of old Singapore in traditional oil paintings as they disappeared under the advance of rapid modernisation. Here his work is reimagined in a 1970's pop art style. Digital mixed media.
Glass Lily Pond No. 2
Excerpt of the "The Field of Water Lillies" a glass art installation by Ying-Chuan Chen and Kuan-Liang Wu at Taoyuan International Airport (Taipei, Taiwan, 2015) reimagined as an oil painting with brush strokes in the style of Monet's paintings of the lily pond in the flower garden at Giverny. Digital mixed media.
Moonlight on the Empire of the Future
Yang Yongliang's back lit photographic art (Humble House, Taipei, Taiwan) is reimagined as a traditional wet ink on paper painting. Digital mixed media painting.
Traditional Taiwanese coral carving reimagined as an oil painting. Digital mixed media painting.
Uncle Djengot gets Post-Impressionist (2015)
Uncle Djengot painted in a style reminiscent of a Vincent van Gogh self-portrait. Digital mixed media painting.
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