8th mayâ€” 8th june 2012 by artemis art
FORE WORD BY
M A R I NA M A H AT H I R
F O R A RT E M I S A RT GA L L E RY
It has been said that the histories we read of our countries and societies are almost always viewed through the lens of men. Thus our history books are filled with tales of triumph and defeat, conflict and peace and very little about the many little things that colour our every day lives, most of which are carried out by women. The same can be said about art. Our major names in the art world tend to be male because often they produce the big iconic works, works that say something grandiose about the state of our societies at particular moments in time. Women artists however tend to draw, paint and sculpt more personal works, about themselves, their families and their own communities. Just as the stories by women complete our collective histories, so too do artworks by women round up the body of work collectively known as Malaysian art. They are just as important as works done by men because they complete the picture of our nation, giving it feeling and colour and enriching us in personal human ways. This exhibition by three Penang women artists, Ng Kim Heoh, Tan See Ling and Tan Sock Chin is thus another contribution to that body of work. All have come to their vocation through passion and through sheer determination to do what they love. Their styles and subject matter may be different but diversity is part of that history and should be encouraged. I congratulate Artemis Art for this exhibition of the three women artists in conjunction with Motherâ€™s Day this year. May this be the first of many many more.
Warmest wishes, D AT I N PA D U K A M A R I NA M A H AT H I R 13th May 2012
about the exhibition
Our time on earth is short but purposeful, each of us blessed with talents and gifts that make us unique as individuals, collectively traversing this wondrous journey called life. Art is one such unique gift, which, simply put, is the human condition communicated. Beauty, anguish, joy and sadness are but some of the multitude of feelings evoked within us when we view the masterful craftsmanship of an artist. OUR LOVE, OUR PASSION, OUR GRATITUDE presents you with snapshots of life, as seen through the eyes of three different artists, Ng Kim Heoh, Tan See Ling and Tan Sock Chin. Their styles, though diverse, convey the unique warmth that only a feminine touch can render. The contributions and sacrifices of women in the arts, as a microcosm of life in general, are not often given enough focus. Through each artist’s unique interpretation, this exhibition highlights, and pays tribute to, the many roles women play in life, be it as mother, as daughter, as lover or as friend. It is fitting, we think, that this homage is made by women artists themselves, on a day that celebrates one of their most important roles, Mother’s Day. Underpinning their differences in style and approach as artists, however, are commonalities that bind them — the passion for their craft, the love and emotion put into their works, and a sense of gratitude for the opportunity to communicate, given to them through their gift of art.
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KIM KIM HEOH HEOH
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From thethe day I seriously picked upup mymy brush, upup to to mymy three major solo exhibitions, From day I seriously picked brush, three major solo exhibitions, “My Inspirations”, “ Sensitivity From The Heart” and “Reflection OfOf Mind”, I realized that mymy “My Inspirations”, “ Sensitivity From The Heart” and “Reflection Mind”, I realized that works mainly reflected mymy journey to to rediscover mymy creative selfself and mymy artistic mind. It was works mainly reflected journey rediscover creative and artistic mind. It was also a journey of of searching forfor mymy own identity in in art.art. also a journey searching own identity Over thethe years, thethe objects around meme became thethe source of of mymy inspiration. Many of of mymy Over years, objects around became source inspiration. Many had turned into iconic human paintings focus mainly onon pears. The sculptural shapes of of pears had turned into iconic human paintings focus mainly pears. The sculptural shapes pears forms to to me, further evolving into thethe feminine form. They become a metaphor forfor meme to to relate a a forms me, further evolving into feminine form. They become a metaphor relate story or or to to express anan emotion that I can project through mymy work. I can present mymy subject from story express emotion that I can project through work. I can present subject from different perspectives, especially in in itsits composition and arrangement. I am just likelike a movie different perspectives, especially composition and arrangement. I am just a movie director who writes hishis own script—I setset thethe scene, and putput mymy actors in in their proper roles. director who writes own script—I scene, and actors their proper roles. I try to to instill thethe concepts and messages within thethe subjects that I wish to to paint. paint. I try instill concepts and messages within subjects that I wish Making artart is aiscontinuous process, thethe ideas keep developing, and I am going to to Making a continuous process, ideas keep developing, and I am going continue exploring thethe feminine concept, with or or without mymy iconic human form of of “pear”. continue exploring feminine concept, with without iconic human form “pear”.
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Master of Science (Information Technology), Universiti Sains Malaysia Master of Science (Information Technology), Universiti Sains Malaysia Bachelor of Art (Hons) in Fine Arts, Universiti Sains Malaysia Bachelor of Art (Hons) in Fine Arts, Universiti Sains Malaysia
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Certificate of Creative Art,Art, Universiti Sains Malaysia Certificate of Creative Universiti Sains Malaysia Certificate of Fine Arts, Kuala Lumpur College of Art Certificate of Fine Arts, Kuala Lumpur College of Art S E LSEECL T ED ORUO P UEPX H I BHI ITBI IOTN SNS EC T EGDR G EX IO
“Past, Present, Future Timelines of Mutiara artists”, Galeri SeniSeni Mutiara, Penang “Past, Present, Future Timelines of Mutiara artists”, Galeri Mutiara, Penang 1st New Expression of World ArtArt Biennial, Zhengzhou Art Art Museum, China 1st New Expression of World Biennial, Zhengzhou Museum, China
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ArtArt Exhibition (AIAE), Seoul, Korea 26th Asian International Exhibition (AIAE), Seoul, Korea 26th Asian International TheThe Large Painting of Women Artist Exhibition 2011,2011, JuneJune Art Art Space, KL & Gallery, Penang Large Painting of Women Artist Exhibition Space, KLIsland & Island Gallery, Penang “Impression of Malaysia Contemporary Art Art Exhibition”, Penang State Art Art Gallery “Impression of Malaysia Contemporary Exhibition”, Penang State Gallery
Penang ArtArt Society Anniversary Art Art Exhibition, Penang State Art Art Gallery Penang Society Anniversary Exhibition, Penang State Gallery ArtArt Exhibition on Motherhood: Celebrating & Supporting Women as Mothers, Exhibition on Motherhood: Celebrating & Supporting Women as Mothers,
20112011 20112011 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2009 2009 2009 2009 2008-09 2008-09 2007 2007 2007 2007 2006 2006 2006 2006 2005 2005 2003 2003 2001 2001 2000 2000
Workers & Nurturers!, Galeri SeniSeni Mutiara, Penang Workers & Nurturers!, Galeri Mutiara, Penang Atelier ArtArt Gallery opening exhibition, Kuala Lumpur Atelier Gallery opening exhibition, Kuala Lumpur “Malaysian Contemporary ArtArt Exhibition”, Galeri SeniSeni Mutiara, Penang “Malaysian Contemporary Exhibition”, Galeri Mutiara, Penang “Freedom of Expression” ArtArt Exhibition 2010, Galeri SeniSeni Mutiara, Penang “Freedom of Expression” Exhibition 2010, Galeri Mutiara, Penang “Esthetic Exploration”, the the 4th4th Women Art Art Exhibition from Malaysia-Taiwan, Galeri SeniSeni Mutiara, Penang “Esthetic Exploration”, Women Exhibition from Malaysia-Taiwan, Galeri Mutiara, Penang “ Season” ArtArt Exhibition, Galeri Adiwarna, USM, Penang “ Season” Exhibition, Galeri Adiwarna, USM, Penang “Expression 2009” Galeri SeniSeni Mutiara, Penang. “Expression 2009” Galeri Mutiara, Penang. “Dramatic Movement”, Galeri SeniSeni Mutiara, Penang “Dramatic Movement”, Galeri Mutiara, Penang Penang ArtArt Society Anniversary ArtArt Exhibition, Penang State Art Art Gallery, Penang Penang Society Anniversary Exhibition, Penang State Gallery, Penang Heritage” ArtArt Exhibition, Galeri SeniSeni Mutiara, Penang “Living Heritage” Exhibition, Galeri Mutiara, Penang “Living “Artist’s Favourite” Directory of Penang Artists, Penang State Art Art Gallery “Artist’s Favourite” Directory of Penang Artists, Penang State Gallery “ Same Difference” ArtArt Exhibition, Galeri SeniSeni Mutiara, Penang “ Same Difference” Exhibition, Galeri Mutiara, Penang Galeri SeniSeni Mutiara Inaugural ArtArt Exhibition, Penang Galeri Mutiara Inaugural Exhibition, Penang “Her Present in Colour 7”, Conservatory of Fine Arts, Penang “Her Present in Colour 7”, Conservatory of Fine Arts, Penang “Friendly Relationship Through Pictures”, Asaka CityCity Industry & Culture Center, Japan “Friendly Relationship Through Pictures”, Asaka Industry & Culture Center, Japan “ Transisi” ArtArt Exhibition, Galeri Petronas, Kuala Lumpur “ Transisi” Exhibition, Galeri Petronas, Kuala Lumpur
2000-11 2000-11 1999 1999
OldOld World Charm ......In Modern Living, Art Art for for Heritage, Penang State Art Art Gallery World Charm ......In Modern Living, Heritage, Penang State Gallery Penang Teachers’ ArtArt Circle Anniversary Exhibition, Penang State Art Art Gallery Penang Teachers’ Circle Anniversary Exhibition, Penang State Gallery “Artistic Souls”, Pelita HatiHati Gallery of Art, Kuala Lumpur “Artistic Souls”, Pelita Gallery of Art, Kuala Lumpur
19971997 1994 1994
ArtArt Exhibition organized by Bank Negara Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur Exhibition organized by Bank Negara Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur “Penang Festival ArtArt Exhibition” (1994– 1998), Penang State Art Art Gallery “Penang Festival Exhibition” (1994– 1998), Penang State Gallery
Major Prize in “Penang Festival Young Talent Art Art Exhibition” Major Prize in “Penang Festival Young Talent Exhibition”
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20112011 2010 2010 2010 2010 2008 2008
“Reflection of Mind”, Galeri SeniSeni Mutiara, Penang “Reflection of Mind”, Galeri Mutiara, Penang Solo Exhibition at GatArt Gallery, G Hotel, Penang Solo Exhibition G Art Gallery, G Hotel, Penang “ Sensitivity from the the Heart”, Galeri Dunia SeniSeni Lukis, Kuala Lumpur “ Sensitivity from Heart”, Galeri Dunia Lukis, Kuala Lumpur “My“My Inspiration”, Galeri SeniSeni Mutiara, Penang Inspiration”, Galeri Mutiara, Penang P U PB U L IBCL ICCOCL O L ELCL T I OT N EC ION
Penang State ArtArt Gallery Penang State Gallery Galeri SeniSeni Mutiara, Penang Galeri Mutiara, Penang
L . O . V. E . 91.5 x 122cm
PA S S I O N AT E E N C O U N T E R 61 x 46cm
H E R E , T H E R E , E V E RY W H E R E 61 x 76cm
DREAMLAND 46 x 61cm
WA I T I N G T O B E C O N T I N U E D 100 x 100cm
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SEE SEE LING LING
S EIDN IKNUKAUL A LLAU LMUPM B A BS A ED U PRU R
Seeling , who prefers referred expressionist artist, specializes in creating Seeling , who prefers to to be be referred to to as as an an expressionist artist, specializes in creating andand developing new characters in her work of art. She graduated with a BA (Hons) from University developing new characters in her work of art. She graduated with a BA (Hons) from University Science Malaysia in 1997. started early career a designer Royal Selangor International Science Malaysia in 1997. SheShe started herher early career as as a designer forfor Royal Selangor International (1997-2001) Gudang Damansara (2002). In 2003 started venture into early childhood (1997-2001) andand Gudang Damansara (2002). In 2003 sheshe started to to venture into early childhood great education, especially in art music movement children. With extensive experience great education, especially in art andand music movement forfor children. With extensive experience andand passion developed strong teaching methods guide young children in their early passion forfor art,art, sheshe hashas developed strong teaching methods to to guide young children in their early childhood also been invited conduct workshops children with special needs. childhood art.art. SheShe hashas also been invited to to conduct artart workshops forfor children with special needs. further expand love teaching, Seeling opened studio in 2006 called Thumb To To further expand herher love forfor artart andand teaching, Seeling opened an an artart studio in 2006 called Thumb Studio (www.thumbartstudio.com) in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia. Throughout journey ArtArt Studio (www.thumbartstudio.com) in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia. Throughout herher journey as as an an artist, Ling built herself commendable portfolio. artist, SeeSee Ling hashas built forfor herself commendable portfolio. share work through connecting spirituality. goal in life is to enable to to share herher work through connecting artart andand spirituality. HerHer goal in life is to enable andand Everyday lives things in her surrounding inspirations of her creations. Teaching Everyday lives andand things in her surrounding areare herher inspirations of her creations. Teaching artart hashas become great passion inspire young children guide them express explore their become herher great passion to to inspire young children andand guide them to to express andand explore their inner emotions feelings through inner emotions andand feelings through art.art.
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design—Royal Selangor Wine Funnel—won three internationally acclaimed awards: HerHer design—Royal Selangor Wine Funnel—won three internationally acclaimed awards: Red Dot Award from Design Zentrum in Germany 2002 , The IDEA 2002 Bronze from Red Dot Award from Design Zentrum in Germany 2002 , The IDEA 2002 Bronze from Industrial Designers Society of America (IDSA) G-Mark Good Design 2002 from Japan Industrial Designers Society of America (IDSA) andand G-Mark Good Design 2002 from Japan Industrial Design Promotion Organization (JIDPO) Industrial Design Promotion Organization (JIDPO) Participated in The World Press Freedom Day conduct a workshop children’s Participated in The World Press Freedom Day to to conduct a workshop andand children’s artart exhibition about expressive exhibition about expressive artart Peak Participated emerging artist in the exhibition—From Street to to Peak at at Participated as as an an emerging artist in the artart exhibition—From Street Fine Gallery, March 2008 RARA Fine ArtArt Gallery, March 2008 Invited National Gallery participate a Collaboration work between Star Invited by by thethe National ArtArt Gallery to to participate in ainCollaboration work between thethe Star National Gallery entitled with a Heartsustainability in October 2008 andand National ArtArt Gallery entitled ArtArt with a Heartartart andand sustainability in October 2008 at Pavilion Kuala Lumpur at Pavilion Kuala Lumpur first solo exhibition at ArtSeni Gallery@Starhill Gallery from 5th–24th May 2009 HerHer first solo exhibition at ArtSeni Gallery@Starhill Gallery from 5th–24th May 2009 published book “Discovering Serenity” in May 2009, which a personal awakening SheShe published herher book “Discovering Serenity” in May 2009, which is aispersonal awakening experience expressed through paintings experience expressed through herher oil oil paintings Discovering Serenity Exhibition 15th July– 16th Aug 2009 at Kinokuniya Bookstores Discovering Serenity ArtArt Exhibition 15th July– 16th Aug 2009 at Kinokuniya Bookstores Malaysia KLCC Malaysia KLCC Candy at 360 Gallery, Desa Parkcity March 2010 EyeEye Candy at 360 ArtArt Gallery, Desa Parkcity March 2010 Young Malaysian Artists show at Petronas Gallery 10th July–31st Aug 2010 Young Malaysian Artists show at Petronas ArtArt Gallery 10th July–31st Aug 2010 Soaring Colours at G13 Gallery 30th May–Ist 2011 Soaring Colours at G13 ArtArt Gallery 30th May–Ist JulyJuly 2011 in Thailand Aug 2011 ArtArt forfor AllAll in Thailand Aug 2011 Founder of Tutti Club Special Children Youth. Emerging Unknown Founder of Tutti ArtArt Club forfor Special Children andand Youth. Emerging thethe Unknown at at National Visual Arts Gallery 30th Oct 27th Nov 2011 National Visual Arts Gallery 30th Oct to to 27th Nov 2011 Painting with Parkinson's April 2012 Painting with Parkinson's April 2012
Silent Silent LoveLove “Love is always sensed is or feltexpressed or expressed in words “Love is always sensed moremore thanthan is felt in words I need to through see through for me All IAll need is toissee youryour eyeseyes and and feel feel youryour lovelove for me Mother, thank for life Mother, thank you you for life Thank for everything” Thank you you for everything” n g2 — T a nT aS ne eS Le ien Lg i— 0 12 0 1 2
I AM LISTENING 92 x 6ocm
I S T H I S T H E WAY ? 92 x 6ocm
MOT HER & BABY 92 x 6ocm
MOTHER & BUNNY GIRL 92 x 6ocm
SO ALIKE 92 x 6Ocm
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Growing Growing up up in ainconservative a conservative andand traditional traditional family family is perhaps is perhaps thethe primary primary reason reason why why TanTan Sock Sock Chin Chin never never hadhad thethe opportunity opportunity to to formally formally pursue pursue herher natural natural interest interest in art. in art. Despite Despite this, this, sheshe never never gave gave up up herher passion. passion. While While sheshe waswas in primary in primary school, school, sheshe would would often often draw draw in the in the empty empty spaces spaces in her in her text text books, books, filling filling them them up,up, often often drawing drawing while while in class, in class, during during lessons. lessons. HerHer indulgence indulgence in drawing in drawing diddid attract attract some some consternation consternation andand scolding scolding from from herher class class teacher, teacher, butbut Chin, notnot all all of her of her teachers teachers sawsaw this this in ainnegative a negative light. light. One One of them, of them, after after fortunately fortunately forfor Sock Sock Chin, noticing noticing herher interest, interest, encouraged encouraged herher to to pursue pursue herher passion, passion, andand even even provided provided Sock Sock Chin Chin with with paper paper on on a daily a daily basis, basis, justjust so so that that sheshe could could continue continue drawing. drawing. Later Later in life, in life, despite despite herher work work demands demands andand family family commitments, commitments, Sock Sock Chin Chin continued continued to to draw draw forfor many many years. years. SheShe discovered discovered thethe artart of Chinese of Chinese brush brush inkink painting painting through through someone someone sheshe met, met, a teacher a teacher of the of the craft craft from from whom whom sheshe obtained obtained tutelage. tutelage. This, This, in fact, in fact, marks marks thethe real real beginning beginning of her of her foray foray into into thethe arts. arts.
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What What sheshe learned learned gave gave herher thethe added added confidence confidence to to enroll enroll herself herself into into artart activities, activities, andand participate participate in exhibitions. in exhibitions. Along Along thethe way, way, sheshe hashas met met established established artists artists who who motivated motivated her, her, andand gave gave herher thethe encouragement encouragement sheshe needed. needed. Among Among them them were were Chong Chong Hon Hon Fatt, Fatt, Chuah Chuah Siew Siew Teng, Teng, Koay Koay Soo Soo Kau Kau andand Dato’ Dato’ Chuah Chuah Kooi Kooi Yong. Yong. Their Their views views andand positivity positivity captivated captivated Sock Sock Chin. Chin. The The exposure exposure sheshe gotgot from from these these artists artists in turn in turn helped helped enrich enrich herher own own artistic artistic endeavors. endeavors. of joy of joy andand happiness happiness form form elements elements that that areare vital vital in her in her paintings. paintings. SheShe continues continues Feelings Feelings to to explore explore herher passion, passion, andand strives strives to to give give herher best best in every in every single single piece piece of work of work sheshe creates, creates, herher sincerity sincerity showing showing through through in every in every brush brush stroke. stroke.
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2012 2012 2011 2011
2011 2011 2010 2010 2010 2010 2009 2009
International International Women’s Women’s Day—Women Day—Women Artist Artist Show Show at Island at Island Gallery Gallery ArtArt Exhibition Exhibition on on Motherhood—Celebrating Motherhood—Celebrating andand Supporting Supporting Women Women as as Mothers, Mothers, Workers Workers andand Nurturers Nurturers WABA’s WABA’s 20th 20th Anniversary Anniversary & Fund & Fund Raising Raising at Galeri at Galeri Seni Seni Mutiara Mutiara Malaysian Malaysian Contemporary Contemporary ArtArt Exhibition Exhibition at Galeri at Galeri Seni Seni Mutiara Mutiara Freedom Freedom of Expression of Expression ArtArt Exhibition—Merdeka Exhibition—Merdeka 53 53 Malaysia Malaysia at Galeri at Galeri Seni Seni Mutiara Mutiara Beyond Beyond thethe Stroke Stroke at Penang at Penang State State ArtArt Gallery Gallery Yat-Sen Yat-Sen Centre Centre Light Light of Dawn—Chinese of Dawn—Chinese Brush Brush Painting Painting Exhibition Exhibition at Sun at Sun
LADIES 80 x 80cm
CLOWN 48 x 4 4cm
Q UA N Y I N 86.5 x 62.5cm
FUN 52 x 42cm
HAPPINESS 50 x 35cm
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What started outout as as a personal collection of works from Yogyakarta artists, built across thethe span What started a personal collection of works from Yogyakarta artists, built across span of several years, now forms thethe core exhibits of Artemis Art. Apart from Indonesian artart pieces, of several years, now forms core exhibits of Artemis Art. Apart from Indonesian pieces, wewe have on on display contemporary artworks by by up up andand coming artists from Malaysia, thethe Philippines, have display contemporary artworks coming artists from Malaysia, Philippines, China, andand Taiwan. Various styles that comprise thethe wide area of Contemporary Arts areare represented. China, Taiwan. Various styles that comprise wide area of Contemporary Arts represented. There areare a few reasons why wewe started Artemis Art, butbut oneone of the keykey motivations is to There a few reasons why started Artemis Art, of the motivations is to help young andand struggling artists—wherever they may be.be. The inspiration to to do do this came from help young struggling artists—wherever they may The inspiration this came from ourour agent (and friend) in Yogyakarta, a gallery owner who hashas helped many young artists find their agent (and friend) in Yogyakarta, a gallery owner who helped many young artists find their footing in life thus allowing them to to continue with their craft. It isIt through him that wewe managed to to footing in life thus allowing them continue with their craft. is through him that managed assist a few artists there by by purchasing their works, andand it isit our agent’s noble efforts that wewe areare in in assist a few artists there purchasing their works, is our agent’s noble efforts that part trying to to emulate. part trying emulate. wewe also make ourour space available In addition to to being justjust a gallery to to exhibit works of art, also make space available In addition being a gallery exhibit works of art, forfor activities related to to artart andand literature, two important components of culture. These events activities related literature, two important components of culture. These events include book launches, creative writing andand artart workshops, andand very soon, artart talks, among others. include book launches, creative writing workshops, very soon, talks, among others. These actact as as a collective means towards promoting a heightened awareness andand appreciation forfor artart These a collective means towards promoting a heightened awareness appreciation in particular, andand culture in general. in particular, culture in general. With this aimaim in mind, wewe areare also in the process of setting up up an an in-gallery library, With this in mind, also in the process of setting in-gallery library, with books that focus on on thethe works of Malaysian pioneer andand oldold master artists, providing thethe public with books that focus works of Malaysian pioneer master artists, providing public with a better appreciation of our own nation’s artart heritage. with a better appreciation of our own nation’s heritage. Artemis ArtArt may be be a very young gallery, butbut we’re driven by by ourour passion forfor thethe arts, Artemis may a very young gallery, we’re driven passion arts, andand a sincere desire to to provide an an avenue forfor artistic expression, an an important component of human a sincere desire provide avenue artistic expression, important component of human development. ArtArt is an adventure, andand wewe hope that youyou join us us on on this exciting journey. development. is an adventure, hope that join this exciting journey.
Guest of honour Guest of honour Datin Paduka Datin Paduka Marina Mahathir Marina Mahathir Published by by Published Artemis Artemis Corporation SdnSdn BhdBhd Corporation Photography Photography Studio DL DL Studio Design Design Lai Lai PuiKum PuiKum Printing Printing Pakatan Tusen Cetak Pakatan Tusen Cetak
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Artemis Art's inaugural group exhibition, featuring 3 female artists from, or living in, Penang. Three diverse styles are presented in this...
Published on Jan 31, 2013
Artemis Art's inaugural group exhibition, featuring 3 female artists from, or living in, Penang. Three diverse styles are presented in this...