Everyone should have the right to buy artwork. Art is unexpected, imaginary, sensitive - in short essential. With more than 600 exhibited artists, Carré d'artistes at Paragon wishes to alter the landscape of a very exclusive art market. Going from Paris to Singapore, not to mention Amsterdam and Moscow, they are the largest art gallery in the world.
Today, they offer artists international visibility and the extraordinary opportunity to devote their lives to their passion.
Their art curators carefully select each artist for his unique work and assertive style, in order to offer you a collection of works of all styles, quality and at a fixedrate. Each artwork is unique, not to mention a result of passionate work and many inspriations.
Whether you are a novice or already an art lover, whether you wish to give a unique touch to your indoors or offer intense emotions to a loved one, you will definitely find your happiness among their artworks.
Sage Artelier is an inviting art studio-cum-retail space that is designed for exploratory learning and discovery – suitable for adults and children alike. In their studio section, they host unique, structured art lessons (in painting and in 3D craft-modelling), for children between the ages of 5 and 12; and they organise art-play sessions, for people who may be looking for shorter classes that allow them to complete single paintings in a day.
In their retail space, they offer craft items, stationery and other knick-knacks – for gift-shopping, to provide art supplies, or for sweetening up our various creative classes.
Their team is made up of dedicated individuals who are passionate about Art with a minimum graduate Diploma in the Fine Arts or as a MOE trained teacher with many years of experience teaching children. As practicing artists ourselves, they strive to share their practical experiences and knowledge with their students.
Cuturi Gallery has moved into its new home on Aliwal Street in the bustling Kampong Glam area.
The new gallery space spans across three floors of a beautiful renovated conservation shop house.
Cuturi Gallery is a next generation art gallery founded on the belief that art should be empowering and meaningful for everyone. A curator of change and a custodian of artistic diversity, Cuturi Gallery is a challenger of vested interests and of the status quo, pushing the boundaries of how galleries operate. The gallery connects broad audiences to high-quality art by diverse talents that speaks to the heart and tells the story of an undiscovered generation of aspiring artists that will have the art world aching for more. Diminishing aristocratic traditions and providing transparency in an art world that is at times daunting, Cuturi Gallery presents an inclusive and democratised art ecosystem which fosters greater collaboration, understanding and appreciation of art amongst artists, collectors and the industry at large.
The founder of Cuturi Gallery, Kevin Troyano Cuturi is an art advocate with an unconventional background that belies his passion for the art world and devotion to nurturing Singapore’s art scene. Before launching the gallery, Kevin was an entrepreneur who had previously also worked at Amazon. Unfettered by conventions of the traditional art gallery model, the ‘art outsider’ unites his love for art with a disruptive entrepreneurial passion to challenge norms and bring fresh perspectives to invigorate the industry.
To do this, he is leading the way towards greater pricing transparency and supporting under-represented and aspiring artists to balance creative freedom with works that sell to ensure the survival of Singapore’s next generation artists.
The newly-opened Gallery 1819 at Tan Boon Liat Building is a Fine Art gallery that features Southeast Asian artworks from artists across the international region.
Ranging from Chinese Ink to Gouache paintings, Gallery 1819 Singapore offers a versatile acquisition of collectible works within your reach. Its current portfolio houses some of the most esteemed artists in Singapore’s art scene such as Thomas Yeo, a prominent Singapore second-generation artist, and Aaron Gan, an established local artist. The gallery reaches a wider pool of audience through both physical and virtual spaces, as well as capturing comprehensive needs of each individual with the help of their art consultants.
Experience art that comes alive with Patrick Bezalel, a Singapore-based artist who creates artworks inspired by his Christian faith.
Patrick’s ongoing series explores hyperrealism paintings that depict the various aspects of Yeshua and His words in the bible. Consisting of thousands of painstaking strokes over hundreds of hours on his iPad media, each painting is then produced on metal print in limited edition copies.
Patrick is inspired by Yeshua and the bible in his hyperrealism drawings. His vision is for anyone who sees his art to be reminded of Yeshua and His grace. View Patrick Bezalel's collection at their new mall gallery at Millenia Walk or at their Eunos avenue studio with a prior appointment.
Blue Ocean Art is an art concept that is focused on delivering investment grade art works from all around the world to their clients and investors. Visit their newly-opened Blue Ocean Fine Art Gallery at Marina Square to find a unique piece to start or add to your art collection.
Featured in the listing picture here is a piece from artist Liu Yujun åçå.
In Liu Yujun's painting series entitled Unidentified Liquid, he has created paintings of Chinese beautiful women. Liu Yujun carefully includes images of blue liquid in a various form in his works. The images of the blue liquid seems to be mysterious and ambiguous as it has no connection with the images of beautiful women. The blue liquid symbolises a sense of insecurity.
Check out his works at Blue Ocean Fine Art Gallery.
Founded by designer and artist pair Max Shen and Chloe Ong; ROKU Atelier is an independent art & design studio which is open to the public for workshops and classes. They also host art, architecture and design exhibitions.
One of the founders' first collaborative projects in 2017 won the 1st prize at the Shelter International Architectural Design Competition in Tokyo, Japan. The final jury was held at the Tokyo International Forum and the judging panel was chaired by Yoshiharu Tsukamoto of Atelier Bow-Wow.
They believe in providing quality workshops by giving our customers all the expertise and advice they need on materials and techniques, regardless of skill level. They have also designed the best possible environment for art-making, to make sure everyone who comes by feels comfortable and at home in the space. Find out more about their classes and workshops here.
Pearl Lam Galleries Singapore is pleased to announce the reopening of their new gallery space in Dempsey Hill, one of Singapore’s most vibrant lifestyle and dining hubs.
Founded by Pearl Lam, Pearl Lam Galleries is a driving force within Asia’s contemporary art scene. With over 20 years of experience exhibiting Asian and Western art and design, it is one of the leading and most established contemporary art galleries in China.
ARTitude Galeria on Pagoda Street is a platform dedicated to bringing Colombian Artists to the heart of Asia. ARTitude encourages their Artists to challenge and develop their techniques by inspiring them to evolve and deepen their work. ARTitude’s Colombian network of leading galleries, art schools and curators are a well of resources, with social media and on-ground personnel who give ARTitude insight into the most exciting and promising of the Colombian art world, as well as tapping into Medellín’s established and emerging Artists.
ARTitude engages and nurtures Artists by supporting and enabling their vision and developing creative concepts together. ARTitude is delighted to support Colombian Artists who are already established in Colombia and have gained international prestige, as well as young aspiring Artists, who display a great deal of potential.
ARTitude is delighted to be affiliated with Club Rainbow, with 10% of all their sales donated to Club Rainbow, a non-profit Singaporean charity organisation with a mission to support and empower children with chronic illnesses.
LivingwithArt is an art company that offers a wide range of customised art products for interior decoration. Visit their new flagship gallery at Tan Boon Liat Building.
Their uniqueness lies in the ability to customise the style, dimensions and execution of the artwork to the requirements of your living space. Thier art products include hand-drawn wall paintings, art clocks, sculptures and other home accessories.
Their wall paintings consist of a wide range styles such as Fengshui, Abstract, Modern Contemporary, Minimalism, Floral, Nature, and Resort for you to choose them. The sculptures can be created from a selection of metal, acrylic, clay, ceramics or wood.
All their art works are created by their in-house artists. Over the last 10 years, they have worked on various commercial and private residential projects, enhancing living spaces.
Founded by Pearl Lam, Pearl Lam Galleries are a driving force within Asia's contemporary art scene. With over 20 years of experience exhibiting Asian and Western art and design, it is one of the leading and most established contemporary art galleries to be launched out of China.
Established in 1995, Eagle’s Eye Art Gallery represents many regional artists of international reputations.They promote art that espouses the enduring values of humanity and their heritage. They have a collection from local artists who are deeply entrenched in their Asian heritage and yet cosmopolitan in outlook. They are passionate about art with social narratives, which illustrate the joys and struggles of humanity.
Eagle’s Eye Art Gallery is art consultant and supplier of fine art to Governments, Statutory boards, Royalties, Diplomats and MNCs. Heralding a new beginning, they have a brand new look. They will continue the same friendly services Corporate Art Consultancy, Art Restoration and Framing, Art Valuation, Art Print Services and Gift Wrapping.
They art pieces are marked with the seal of professionalism by Koeh Sia Yong, Chua Mia Tee, Tay Bak Koi, Goh Beng Kwan, Lee Boon Wang, Tan Choh Tee, Choo Keng Kwang, Thang Kiang How, Tung Yue Nang, Lai Kui Fang, Michael Tan, Wan Soon kam, Choy Moo Kheong, Alex Leong, Lui Cheng Thak, Patrick Teo, Andrew Yeo, Lye Yau Fatt, Ching Kek How, Christine Mak and other artistic geniuses from Singapore and Asia. A fusion of eastern sensibilities and western aesthetics are seen in these oil, mixed media and watercolour paintings.