SeaH Kang Chui
Seah Kang Chui's portrayal of warm sunshine, sharp shadows, the colours of South East Asia, can be glimpsed in his paintings. For 50 years, he persevered in painting watercolour and it has become an integral part of his life.
Nai Swee Leng
He has been passionate about painting since his childhood days. He has not only learnt Chinese brushworks with respectable masters, including Master of Lingdong style, the late Mr Fan Chang Qian and Master of Lingnan style the late Professor Chao Shao-An in Hong Kong,
He learned Western painting with the painter Mr. Lin Jiangqi back in1970. From 1973, he participated in numerous domestic and international art exhibitions, joint exhibitions of local painters, and at National Day Art Exhibition.
Goh Khie Cheng
In realisation of his younger days in painting, he went under master Seow tutelage. Alongside with other renowned artists guidance, his pursuit came to fruition.
She is often moved by landscape where buildings and fishing villages predominate. She has an especially fond liking for
watercolour when expressing her love for nature in her paintings.
Jong Lee Kee
She specialises in the use of brilliant colours and delicate brush strokes to depict the beauty of nature in watercolours, acrylic and oil paintings.
Lim Sue Luan
Gan Sim Hui
Gan paints leisurely and likes to work with various mediums including water colour, pencil drawing and oil painting. she started painting and drawing in her spare time after her retirement in 2014 and is still enjoying it.
Teo Teck Soon 张德顺
Over the years, his creative styles had evolved from traditional to new forms in ink medium employing new concepts to depict scenes of high-rise buildings here of residential, commercial, religious and institutional domains - executing in his bold and swift manner based on his perception of the scenes then.
Currently working as art educator and discovered passion for oil painting through lifelong learning and focus primarily on landscapes and still life.
Lam Moi Choon蓝梅春
Moi Choon have always had a flair for the arts and literature. She met Mr Zhou by chance, and through him, she learned Chinese ink painting. She finds joy in working with her hands and it is a meaningful and wonderful experience.