“An emerging artist but a matures style defined as "Neo-expressionism Surrealism Process". My brushes are expressionist and my fantasy and my dreams guide them...
In 1996, I painted my first official painting: A Toilette Water, metaphysical.
In 2003, however, I started to paint with discipline and method.”
Instagram: Kiat_Sg Web: Systemsovereign.com
“Kiat is a Singapore based multidisciplinary artist. He juggles his waking time between producing electronic music, feeding his 2 cats, pottery, DJing as well as being a co-founder of an audio-visual collective and running a design studio with his wife. He has revived his passion for photography after a trip to Iceland 5 years ago.”
Cambodia - Nepal
Elham Sadat Farzanmehr
New Paltz, New York
Xek Noir is a visual and performance artist living and working in the Hudson Valley (New York). She had her thesis show exhibited at the Fine Arts Building of the State University of New York at New Paltz upon graduating in 2016. Since then she has exhibited at Image Gallery in Brooklyn, Roost Gallery in New Paltz, Emerge Gallery in Saugerties, GreenKill Gallery in Kingston, China Town Soup Gallery in Nyc, and had a solo exhibition at The Peoples Cauldron Gallery in Rosendale. She was the youngest person ever nominated for the Gradiva Award by the National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis (NAAP) in 2012 for her art work being published in an online psychoanalytic journal. She plans to go on to do Art Therapy in some form.
Xek Noir makes work heavily influenced by interpersonal relationships, mental illness and physical illness, and metaphysical events. She uses text and collage in many of her images to create texture and emotional depth to her illustrations. Her work although evocative and intense in subject matter is often portrayed with thin lines and delicate placing of mixed materials, soft colors, fantastical illustrations. However, if you look deeper into her work there is something dark even among the light.
São Paulo, Brazil
Juliana Chan Sok Yin
Born in Singapore and holds a Master degree for Architecture from National University of Singapore (NUS). I am also graduated with high distinction in Art Elective Programme (AEP) from Nanyang Girls High School (NYGH), Singapore.
While I work as an Architect, I decided to take up my pencils and brushes to do art during my free time. Fine Arts has always been my first love and been an important foundation to my explorations in various form of art. I am also training under contemporary art master, Ren Jianhui since 2010. Mr. Ren is a disciple of the late Chinese Contemporary Painter Wu Guan Zhong, China.
Being both an artist and an architect, I see the relevance of design philosophy between art and architecture. I hope to seek sensitivity in spatial ambience, emotions and detailing for my works.
To date, some of my works were selected and featured, such as in "Stroke of Genius".
Illustrator, graphic designer and art director graduated from the University of Buenos Aires. Her illustrations are inspired by women and their universes, the traces of botany and social causes of today and forever.
Sarah Bigham paints, writes, and teaches in the United States where she lives with her kind chemist wife, three independent cats, an unwieldy herb garden, several chronic pain conditions, and near-constant outrage at the general state of the world tempered with love for those doing their best to make a difference. Find her at www.sgbigham.com.