Art Events Singapore
Art is defined by many words and people in their own preferences. While it does have its true definition, the interpretation of art to people throughout the ages have given it a deeper value in the daily being of life. More than just often, art events Singapore is one of the very profound fields of growth for everyone of any age who seek growth.
Singapore is known to be very competitive and ambitious in various fields – and, art is definitely one of the lines of interests.
Finger Paintings by Wu Tsai Yen is a charitable exhibit in partnership with HCA Hospice Care.
The late Master Wu Tsai Yen was a great artist that restored the art of finger painting through his works. The Willow and Cicada, the Plum Blossom and Bamboo, and Grape in Ink are just some of the work he’s done in the industry of art. He lived and breathed the art of finger painting, mastering it and practising it as his own, unique signature.
His art lives on to be one of Singapore’s best modern and contemporary masterpieces, and Master Wu Tsai Yen was globally recognized as a prominent artist that deepened the understanding of art.
Master Wu Tsai Yen once finger painted a beautiful piece to Daisaku Ikeda, pine trees, as his admiration for the former president of Soka Gakkai was projected through his birthday gift. According to Master Wu, he chose the pine trees to show the strength and vigor of Daisaku Ikeda’s efforts in all the years that he has been serving in the SGI (Soka Gakkai International).
In the art events Singapore of Finger Paintings by Wu Tsai Yen, the Wu Family have decided to put up almost 80 finger paintings done by Master Wu himself. 70% of the profits from the charity art exhibit will be donated to the HCA Hospice Care to help the institution.
Finger Paintings by Wu Tsai Yen: The Beauty of His Works
Date & Time: December 13-15, 2019
December 13, 2019, 4.30 PM – 8.00 PM
December 14, 2019, 11.00 AM – 10.00 PM
December 15, 2019, 11.00 AM – 8.00 PM
Venue: Visual Arts Centre
10 Penang Road, #01-02 Dhoby Ghaut Green,
Contact Number: +65-6255-0711
Art Events Singapore: Finger Paintings by Wu Tsai Yen Highlights
At the event, you will be shown visuals of the late Master Wu Tsai Yen’s works on finger painting that will be sold at the charity art exhibit. Master Wu’s family will also be there, together with other hosts of HCA Hospice Care.
This will also be a good opportunity to learn more about the HCA advocacy in improving and continuing quality palliative care for Singapore.
The charity exhibition will also present the guests with a live finger painting session with Mr. Wu Ee Lung, the son of the late Master Wu Tsai Yen. Just as his father, he lived to love the passion of finger painting, and has worked hard to perfect the art in his own heart just as his father did.