Anne Koh, Mozart Concerto No 7 for 3 pianos, 2018, acrylic on canvas, 122cm x 122cm
Anne Koh’s works are reflections of her love for classical music. She paints as if she is immersed in the magic of the sound and movement of an orchestra.
Yeo Eng Peng, Monarch Train, 2018, acrylic and oil on canvas, 120cm x 150cm
Nature plays an important role in Yeo Eng Peng’s psyche, which provides the inspiration that he draws upon to paint. His meticulous skill of creating realistic imageries, particularly of pineapples and palm oil fruit, not only portray the imbued beauty of nature but offers veiled references to the importance of success and well-being, harmony and the need to protect and preserve the environment.
Cheong Laitong, Untitled, 2007, acrylic on canvas, 122cm x 183cm
Cheong Laitong was tutored in the rigours of calligraphy when young, being fully Chinese-educated. While his calligraphy strokes are gentle and dance-like, his painting strokes are more forceful and energetic, even didactic.
Anthony Chan Sai Weng, Langkawi Geopark No. 13, oil on linen, 41cm x 41cm
Anthony Chan’s works presents a contemplative view of Langkawi's ecological heritage. Glowing layering of colours upon unexpected colours coupled with spontaneous and deliberate markings allude to an expressive revelry of the ancient and the spirit of the land.