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Meet Our Artists


Annabell Ng


Born in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Annabell's painting often starts from a binary form, using the 'Unity of two' as the main symbol of creation, Memories are transformed into abstract forms in her paintings, utilising layers of wax preservatives and solidifying liquids as the primary media.


Wong Xiang Yi

Contemporary Chinese Ink

Born in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Graduated from the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK), finishing her bachelor's degree of art in the Fine Arts Department in 2010. In 2016, she completed her master's degree of Fine Arts, majoring Chinese Ink Painting. With her distinctive style and perspectives. Wong gains recognition by the industry and wins significant award.


Azad Daniel


Born in Kedah, Malaysia, Azad is a mid career mix media artist. After his studies at Massey University, Wellington, NZ, he came back to Malaysia to pursue Visual and Digital Art at LimKokWing University College of Creative Technology. Some of his highlight shows is the, Visual Diary 2023, PAST Exhibition, London, UK 2018, Singapore Contemporary Art Fair 2017, National Portrait Exhibition at National Art Gallery, Malaysia 2012 and World Artist Festival in Seoul Korea 2008


Long Thien Shih

Multi-disciplinary Artist

Born in Selangor, Malaysia. Mr Long is a senior artist and printmaker. He studied at Atelier 17 and Ecole National Superior des Beaux-Arts, Paris in 1966 under a French government scholarship, before moving to London to further his studies at the Royal College of Art. He has won awards such as First Prize in the 1961 Young Malayan Artists Competition in Kuala Lumpur and the 1992 Prints Prize in Salon Malaysia. Known for exploring subjects and themes ranging from eroticism to environmental concerns as well as his careful observations of local and international culture and politics


Tang Hon Yin


Born in Penang, Malaysia, Dato Tang explores the interplay between nature and abstraction through a series of paintings that evoke the vast, serene expanses of the natural world. Utilising brush and air brush, Dato Tang creates ethereal and seamless gradients that enhance the sense of depth and tranquility in his abstract landscapes. His delicate brushwork and subtle use of color capture the ephemeral beauty of earth, water and sky, inviting viewers to contemplate these limitless spaces as both physical phenomena and metaphors for personal and artistic exploration.


Low Chee Peng


Born in Penang, Malaysia, Low first took an interest in art as a teenager. After finishing school, he started an apprenticeship with a sculpture company and has never stopped working since.

When he is working on something three dimensional, he must take every angle and side into consideration. Every detail is heightened, and the immersive process encourages self-reflection and is a more rewarding experience. Low believes that good public art reflects and reveals its society, humanises the built environment, and invigorates public spaces.

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