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Two Worlds and The Spaces Between – Opening Night

When:

Thu Aug 3 2017, 7:00pm–9:00pm

Where: Utterly Art, 20B Mosque Street, Chinatown, Singapore

Restrictions: All ages

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free

Listed by: kimmed

In this duo exhibition, both artists have decided to explore the theme of dualities and contrasts; alternate yet co-existing viewpoints and perspectives. For QQ, she has created a series of paired narrative and abstract paintings on wood panels. Each pair explores how formal elements of art can be contrasting, yet harmonising. For MaryAnn, drawing from her own personal experiences and stories, her whimsical artworks toe the line between the illusory nature of romance and the truth about love and connection. Distinctly petite, these artworks invite visitors to experience them intimately up-close.

Two Worlds, and the Spaces Between
Duo Exhibition by Little Blue Moon and MaryAnn Loo

A collaboration by Singaporean emerging artists Little Blue Moon (QQ Lee) and MaryAnn Loo, exploring the dynamics of alternate and coexisting viewpoints, through their whimsical petite paintings.

“Two Worlds, and the Spaces Between” is their first duo exhibition, and a presentation of viewpoints to art forms and storytelling.

QQ creates an open-ended “Space” between the audience and her works by pairing narrative and abstract paintings. Each pair explores how formal elements of art can be contrasting, and yet harmonising. At the same time, the narratives present alternate viewpoints to our world through the eyes of small beings residing in whimsical habitats. (Instagram: @little.blue.moon)

MaryAnn explores themes of longing and separateness in her narrative watercolor paintings. Drawing from her own personal experiences and stories, her whimsical artworks toe the line between the illusory nature of romance and the truth about love and connection. (Instagram: @penguingirl_art)

Opening Hours: by appointment from Monday–Saturday till 8pm, Sunday 12pm–5:30pm.

Please call Keng Hock at 6226 2605/9487 2006 for appointments.