PHASE 2
3 - 23 SEPTEMBER 2021

 

artwork 1.jpg

1 A

3 steps to nowhere
 

Long Thien Shih
Photo-Silkscreen 
50cm X 65 cm
1971
Edition 10/20
RM 2,600 / Available

artwork 2.jpg

1B

Pisang Series

 

Long Thien Shih

Etching & Aquatint on Hahnemuhle 150gsm

32.5x24.5 cm

2019

Edition of 18

 

RM 1,200 / Reserved

kerbau Betina.jpg

2A

Kerbau Betina


Juhari Said

Etching & Aquatint on Hahnemuhle 300gsm

19.5 x 24.5 cm

2019

Edition of 20

RM 900 / Available

portrait.jpg

2B

Portrait


Juhari Said

Etching & Aquatint on Hahnemuhle 300gsm

20.5 x 26.5 cm

2019

Edition of 20

RM 1,000 / Reserved

“God created everything in nature perfectly. He fashioned each creature and gave it an essence, a structure which determines its life and from which it never deviates. He has built into it a propensity that never fails to move it in the direction of self-fulfilment.”  -Al Quran

“This artwork is some of many ideas and inspirations that are translated into carbon based drawings. My idea is about humanity’s relationship (silaturrahim) where as early as the dawn of humans started to quarrel, and grow jealous, and argument just like in Qabil and Habil’s story. On this presents day, we are still having the same attitude, we meet each other and we conflict each other like in the previous eras such as during World War 1 and 2, Cold War, and until now between Palestine and Zionist.” -Ramlan Abdullah

3A

Still Standing

Ramlan Abdullah
Graphite pencil on paper

30cm x 14 cm

2021

RM3,000 / Available

Shadow of Delight.jpeg

3B

Shadow of Delight

Ramlan Abdullah
Graphite pencil on paper
20cm x 14 cm

2021

RM2,800 / Available

“The worker bee collecting pollen as shown in this piece is also a sly metaphor for sensual pleasures.” - Abdul Mansoor bin Ibrahim

4

“Pollen Bath & Nectar Collection”


Abdul Mansoor Ibrahim
End grain wood Engraving
27.3  x 21 cm
2015

RM1,400 /  Available

20210816_123119 (2).jpg

5

Tari Rimba: Suasana Senja

Zainon Abdullah

Acrylic on canvas

42 x 42 cm

2021

RM1,800 / Available

NEXT GENERATION_LITHOGRAPHY-2015.jpg

6A

Next Generation

Rahman Mohamed

Lithography on paper

42 x 29 cm 

2015 

RM1,800 / Available

Seeds for the future_etching and Aquatint-50x60 cm-2018 (1).jpg

6B

Seed For the Future 

 

Rahman Mohamed

Etching, drypoint and Aquatint 

50 x 60 cm 

2018 

RM4,000 / Available

Landscape of the Mind.jpg

“Most of my inspiration for Urban Landscapes comes from how I feel. Feelings that have been evoked by memories, imaginations and experiences throughout my life. It’s the essence of the urbanscape that l want to create – an environment of order.

I strive to convey that sense of place that can take us somewhere we remember or haven’t been before, provoking us into new areas of thoughts and feelings. I spend a lot of time finding the right combinations and getting the right compositions – an intuitive exploration of visual language found in abstraction. Mostly all the colors within the paintings l have already worked out in my mind.

I choose to create abstract non – objective work because l find the creative process honest and satisfying.” - Alias Yussof

7A

Landscape Of The Mind

 

Alias Yussof

Acrylic, charcoal pencil on canvas

106 x 106 cm

2020

RM5,000 / Available

Suburban Mind.jpg

7B

Suburban West

 

Alias Yussof

Acrylic on canvas

121 x 121 cm

2017

RM5,000 / Available

winter tales II.jpg

8

Winter Tales II


Bayu Utomo Radjikin

Etching & aquatint on paper

14.5 x 30 cm

2006

Edition 13

RM2,800 / Available

69.jpg

9

69


Jamil Mat Isa
Water based dye on canvas
60 x 60 cm
2010

RM5,000 / Available

image_50398721.JPG

10

Tanpa Tajuk


Suddin Lappo

Tinta dan akrilik atas kanvas

48  x 48 cm

2021

RM3,500 / Available

Portrait of an Old Pal.jpg

11

Portrait of an Old Pal

Chan Kok Hooi

Acrylic and paintbrush hair on canvas, wooden frame
33 x 28 cm

2021

RM4,500 / Reserved

buden artwork.jpg

12

Bulan Dipagar Bintang


Samsudin Wahab

Etching & Aquatint on paper

47 x 55 cm

2021

Edition 3/12

RM2,400 / Reserved

Sidang Hutan.jpg

“In the era of globalisation, those who have control over telecommunication technologies have the advantage. Media has great influence because it can shape the thinking of individuals and can influence a group of people so that it can change the ideological stance of the country. The various functions of the mass media have been fully utilized as the disseminator of information and  knowledge,  the  driving  force  for  change,  instilling  new  values  and  becoming  an educational element.” - Fadly Sabran

13

Sidang Hutan


Fadly Sabran
Digital Print on paper
30 x 30 cm
Edition of 5
2021

RM600 / Available

depan.jpg

“Ini adalah ekspresi potret diri ketika ini”- Haslin Ismail

14

Into the Thick of It
 

Haslin Ismail

Indian Ink, graphite and white acrylic ink on mounted calico

19 x 19 cm

2021
RM700 / Available

IMG_20210824_172439.jpg

"Sudah menjadi tugas dan kewajiban saya untuk ada di sini dan membantu mereka yang terluka," – Razan al Najjar


"Sacrifice merupakan karya berkenaan pengorbanan seorang jururawat sukarelawan Pales+n yang ditembak ma+ oleh tentera rejim Israel. Kema+an dan pengorbanan wanita bernama Razan al Najjar ini bukan hanya menerima duka di Pales+n sahaja malah turut juga dirasai seluruh dunia.” - Meor Saifullah

11

Sacrifice

Meor Saifullah Lulaed
Mixed Media: Acrylic, Charcoal, Spray Paint, Paper Collage, Transfer Image, Bitumin on Canvas
57 x 74.5cm
2021

RM2,200 / Available

human nature.jpg

16 A

Human Nature

Faizal Suhif
Etching & aquatint on 250gsm Arches paper
15 x 20 cm
2020

RM1,200 / Available

heal the world.jpg

16 B

Heal the World..

Faizal Suhif
Etching & aquatint on 250gsm Arches paper
15 x 19 cm
2020
RM1,200 / Reserved

“Pelukis cuba menghubung-kait bentukkan ‘non-representational art’ yang tiada berjasad dari alam realiti dan tidak rupa yang jelas. Secara pengiraannya, pelukis mulai mahu mendalami ke daerah yang memaparkan kesan-kesan spontan dan tekstura yang jelas formalistik. Kecenderungan menyelami ke batasan yang jarang diteroka ini amat mengasyikkan. Ini amat berbeza sama sekali dengan amalan pelukis sebelum ini yang lebih gemar imajan berupa dan sekadar meniru dari pengamatan kasar;  tapi seakan lupa bahawasanya matahati juga boleh memaparkan gambaran jiwa yang sungguh misteri.” - Farid Raihan

17

Kesan (Mark)

 

Farid Raihan

Acrylic on canvas

60.96 x 60.96 cm

2020

RM1,500 / Available

18

Saviour

Liu Cheng Hua

Acrylic on jute
165 x 123cm

2020

RM5,000 / Reserved

mark rothko.jpg

“Portrait great master artist adalah subject siri kerja seni saya sekitar tahun 2015 2016. Di antara mereka menjadi rujukan bagi artis Malaysia sebahagianya. Saya juga tidak terkecuali menjadikan artis barat sebagai rujukan. Antaranya Mark Rothko..Jackson Pollock.. mereka adalah nama besar dalam dunia seni catan dan pelopor esim abstract yang terawal dengan gaya mereka. Saya menggambar mereka bukan untuk mengingati tetapi sekadar mengenali dan saya mengkagumi kerja kerja seni mereka”-Aely Manaf

19 A

Mark Rothko

Aely Manaf

Mix media on canvas

99 x 152 cm

2016

RM3,900 / Available

Jackson Pollock.jpg

19 B

Jackson Pollock

Aely Manaf

Mix media on canvas

99 x 152cm

2016

RM3,900 / Available

Separuh.jpg

20

Separuh

Sabihis Pandi
Acrylic cut on canvas

46 x 46 cm

2021

RM1,200 / Available

jantan.jpg

21 A

Jantan

Fadhli Ariffin
Oil paint on canvas
61 x 61cm
2021

RM1,000 / Available

betina.jpg

21 B

Betina

Fadhli Ariffin
Oil paint on canvas
61 x 61cm
2021
RM1,000 / Available

gambar karya wmuwio #36_edited.jpg

"Ketika  manusia  sudah  lelah  dengan  situasi yang ada dan  apa  yang  tinggal hanyalah kesabaran meskipun seringkali teruji setiap masa." - Issarezal Ismail

22

Wake Me Up When Its All Over #36 

 

Issarezal Ismail

Acrylic on corrugated board

41 x 41 cm

2021

RM 1,000 / Available

selfie.jpg

“This artwork is about a figure who is an addict in his life. ‘Selfie’ is the latest lifestyle trend that involves the taking of one’s own picture using a smartphone. Social media is a platform where selfies are posted for everyone to see in order to attract attention to increase the rating of his or her followers and status in social media. ‘Selfie’ and the use of social media can create obsession which will cause mental illness or ‘mental disorder’. Apart from criticism and ridicule media social users the possibility of slander or the nature of self-pride.  Excessive selfie disease can plunge a person into narcissistic illness which is to feel themselves special which needs to get the attention of many.

 

In this sculpture which is made out of recycled metal and found objects, we see the figure that points a gun in a self-portrait selfie style. Instead of our ‘selfie first’ that we do not realize, it's better to be vigilant with ‘safety first’ before harm strikes to ourselves. Think of past actions for future safety.” - Ali Bebit

23
 

“Hey… Selfie first!”

 

Ali Bebit

Metal and junk material

57 x 30 x 86 cm

2021

RM5,000 / Available

IMG_0279.jpeg

“Soul receives from soul that knowledge, therefore not by book nor from tongue. If knowledge of  mysteries come after emptiness of mind, that is illumination of heart.“ - Jalaluddin Rumi

24
 

The man behind a vase

 

Ismail Awi

Oil on canvas

91 x 76 cm

2021

RM 3,800 / Available

study for my skeleton series 2.jpg

25 A
 

Study for my skeleton series 2
 

Mohd Hairi Bin Yaakub

Mix media on paper

71 x 42cm

2006

RM1,500  / Available

study for my skeleton series 6_edited.jpg

25 B
 

Study for my skeleton series 6

 

Mohd Hairi Bin Yaakub

mix media on paper

51 x 42cm

2006

RM1,500 / Available

angka baharu full.jpg

“Setiap hari kita akan didedahkan dengan jumlah kes harian dan angka baharu yang dak menentu dan tidak dapat mengenal pasti adakah angka tersebut meningkat atau menurun. Pengolahan karya buah dadu berbentuk kubus sebagai objek permainan digunakan untuk menghasilkan angka secara rawak  dengan angka baharu iaitu 7,8,9 dan lain-lain>”- Husin Othman

26
 

Angka Baharu

Husin Othman
30.48 x 30.48cm
Acrylic, Galvanized on Canvas
2021
RM1,200 / Reserved

The forgotten Quack.jpg

“I had a pet duck to grow up with when I was a kid. But as I moved on to different stages in life, it slowly disappeared from my vision. We often forget the good things, moments and people in life when we grow up. Easily buried by layers and layers of emotions. In the midst of painting for Mom's Lost Garden , it occurred to me that the little quacky used to be the garden's visitor too.”- Trixie Tan Lu Man

27 A
 

The Forgotten Quack

Trixie Tan Lu Man

80x 100cm

Oil on canvas

2021

RM3000 / Reserved

The Lost Garden.jpg

“Mom's garden; a little legacy which keeps me and her together. Every step in her garden, I feel the presence of her love though I can't see it anymore. Then I realise, this little lost space soon to be forgotten as time passes. No flowers or visitors, just memories.” - Trixie Tan Lu Man

27 B
 

The Lost Garden

Trixie Tan Lu Man

80 x 100cm

Oil on canvas

2021

RM3000 / Available

“As a sculptor, I often interact with space and how I want to position and create something  that interacts with that space. Space should be observed not only at the two dimensional  level but it also covers inside, outside, and between the existence of shapes, forms, line  patterns and surroundings. This is because the artistic elements in the production of  sculptures such as lines, spaces and surfaces is a reality that connects the sculpture with the  environment itself. “Turning Cell” builds up from the idea inspired by DNA patterns in the human  body. The pattern is visualized by arrangement of design made from acrylic sheet. It is combined with ready-made materials such as construction and engine parts. It is a symbol of human and  technology having conflict, growing up and fighting together to prove and get a good life. 

From a technical & formalistic view, this sculpture uses constructivism style which emphasizes repetition, movement and rhythm. I try to challenge myself to develop  that artwork in which we can see the form from inside and outside by involving negative  and positive space by using understanding of movement and pattern in this sculpture. These  aspects give me satisfaction with my artwork. It also made me understand the meaning of beauty.”-Idrus Rani

28
 

Turning Cell 

 

Idrus Rani

Acrylic sheet, Industrial Paint, Readymade Material. 

90(H) X 30(W) X 30(L) cm

2017 

RM1,400 / Available

Amazing Fall cropped.jpg

“Life is full of challenges and disappointment. The rapid Dow of the waterfall is like a living water gushing into our heart and soul, bringing new hope to the present, and leaving failure  behind. At its widest point, it is surging and plunging down the mountain endlessly, depicting an amazing blessing throughout the journey.”- Alex Liong

29 A
 

Amazing Fall

 

Alex Liong

Clay and mixed media on reinforced board

76 x 51 cm 

2021

RM2,000 / Available

“Seeing Beyond means foreseeing things that happen outside the scope of predictability. Seeing Beyond the PRESENT indicates what is seen is temporary but what is unseen is eternal.Seeing Beyond the UNSEEN describes perceiving between the visible and invisible.”- Alex Liong

29 B
 

Seeing Beyond
 

Alex Liong

Clay and Mixed media
76 x 51 cm

2021
RM2,000 / Available

“I feel pleasure when I am surrounded by mountains and its beauty. It’s a realm of peace and tranquility. Every time I hike, the mountains reveal to me the nature of impermanence. Impermanence and the unknown fascinates me. Therefore, mountains become a source of my inspiration and hiking as a spiritual practice. I find it interesting. In my works, I draw in an explorative mode with my different memories and imaginations, trying to reconstruct the mountain. But perhaps the ideal mountain never exists, every mountain is just a self-reflection.” - Chong Yi Lin

30 A
 

Toad in the Hole

 

Chong Yi Lin

Pencil on paper

55 x 89 cm

2020

RM700 / Available

“Everything is impermanent- mountain, river, cauldron, bodies, feeling and perception. My painting depicts a landscape imagery set against a background of lustrous gold pigment to build a wondrous sense of space, which symbolizes the metaphor for state of mind. The imagery of little girls with no facial features symbolizes the meaning of everything. This is my interpretation of the sense of peace in a mental landscape as we cannot go out but we can always go in - to cope with the uncertainty in our world.”-Chong Yi Lin

30 B
 

Aggregate Of Perception

 

Chong Yi Lin

Ink, pencil and pigment on paper

81 x 115 cm 

2020

RM2,800 / Available

Always Courage. Oil and Acrylic on Canvas. 95cm x 95cm. 2021.jpg

“This piece is in direct response to what I see in how the nation is feeling right now.

 

Not the fear, not the anxiety, not the anger. But rising above all of that, against all odds, I see love, I see strength, and I see courage.

 

In our darkest hour, I believe we have the capacity to dig deep, and find the courage to hold on to our humanity. Now more than ever, we need to see ourselves only as a nation of humans. And none of us is safe unless we are all safe.

 

We will overcome.” - Yante Ismail

31 A

Always Courage

Yante Ismail

Oil and Acrylic on Canvas. 

95cm x 95cm. 

2021

RM1,200 / Available

Sorrow Finds Her II. Oil and Acrylic on Canvas. 76cm x 76cm. 2021.jpg

“This piece is the second in a series of paintings that convey deep feelings of longing, of melancholia, and of a deep yearning for intimate and profound human connection.

 

This painting came about during prolonged periods of forced isolation and separation from human interaction due to the pandemic.

 

It captures that moment of the body awakening, when lips and skin remember the memory of a touch. But when, fingers reach, they graze naught but a yawning endless emptiness.” - Yante Ismail

31 B

Sorrow Finds Her II

Yante Ismail

Oil and Acrylic on Canvas. 

76cm x 76cm. 

2021

RM2,000 / Available

aku memohon perlindungan Mu (1)._edited.jpg

“Karya ini menceritakan tentang hubungan manusia, alam dengan Tuhan saling  berinteraksi antara satu sama lain. Di dalam karya ini, saya meminjam motif batik segitiga sama dan pucuk rebung. Oleh itu, makna motif ini dapat dilihat dalam konteks  Tauhid, menggambarkan sebagai mementikan hubungan dengan Allah (yang di atas)  melalui ibadah. Hal ini demikian kerana, negara Malaysia telah menerima penyakit  virus covid-19 lebih 1 tahun lebih. Pandemik ini memberi kesan negatif yang sangat  besar dari segi ekonomi, sosial, dan politik. Perkara ini dapat menganggu kesihatan  mental dan fizikal. Sebagai contoh, keluarga hilang punca pendapatan, perusahaan  yang tidak persefahaman, teori konspirasi, dan banyak lagi. Oleh itu, dengan segala  permasalahan ini, saya percaya pasti ada hikmah-Nya. Secara peribadi, saya sebagai  seorang beragama Islam, perlulah berpikir untuk kembali kepada asas adalah perkara  yang kita boleh buat untuk menghentikan kekeliruan permasalahan ini.” - Abdul Rahman

32 A

Aku memohon perlindungan Mu (1)

 

Abdul Rahman

Cat arkilik atas kanvas

60.9 x 60.9 cm 

2021

RM 500 / Available

aku memohon perlindungan Mu (2)_edited.jpg

32 B

Aku memohon perlindungan Mu (2)

 

Abdul Rahman

Cat arkilik atas kanvas

60.9 x 60.9 cm 

2021

RM500 / Reserved

Composition.jpg

33

Composition

Abie Mathia
Creamy White Ink on paper
21 x 29.7 cm
2021
RM 500 / Available

IMG_20210814_103541.jpg

“ ‘Rhythm of The Society P’ is an artwork that is portraying the jumble up and tangled issues that we Malaysians are facing during these current times. Pandemic and Political instability has caused the entire nation’s people great repercussions, not just physical;y, but mentally as well. People are dying and the economy is suffering yet Society P is still hungry for power and is not even attempting to stand by the people to help face the problems they are having. The composition of the entire artwork is jumbled up just like a knot that can’t be untangled; when will the suffering end? No one knows.” - Simon Chow

34 A
 

Rhythm of The Society P

 

Simon Chow

Oil on canvas 

61 x 61 cm 

2021 

RM1,000 / Reserved

IMG_20210721_115953_472.jpgd.jpg

“ ‘Messy Play’ box is an artwork that is portraying the messy and chaotic political situation in Malaysia during the pandemic period. Where politicians who are running the country are treating their job as though it is a game. But in reality every decision and move they make will affect the livelihood of the nation’s people.” - Simon Chow

34 B
 

Messy Play box

 

Simon Chow

Oil on canvas 

30 x 40 cm 

2021 

RM450 / Reserved

“ ‘India in Blue’ is a series of photographs captured during my journey to India in 2019. After seeing the wonderful sights of India, I have been inspired to capture every moment that has caught my interest along the way. Cyanotype was chosen for the medium for its archival properties as if I am an archivist recording moments in history.” - Danial bin Fuad

35

India in Blue: Chalal, Aug 2019

 

Danial bin Fuad

Cyanotype on Watercolour Paper

68 x 50 cm

2021

Edition of 5 + 2AP

RM 800 per edition / Available

Bergelora front.jpg

“Sehebat mana rintangan, halangan dan larangan. Kita sentiasa mencuba untuk bersatu. Ikan yang berenang menunjukkan dua insan yang sedang berenang kearah satu sama lain, tetapi di dalam lautan yang bergeloranyang menunjukkan rintangan yang akan dihadapi. “ - Adam Khalid

36 A

Bergelora

Adam Khalid

Pen dan Kertas

64 cm x 51 cm 

2021

RM 500 / Reserved

Nikah front.jpg

“Karya menunjukkan persediaan seorang wanita untuk bergelar seorang isteri. Pernikahan ini mengikut tradisi orang melayu. Karya ini menggunakan semi abstract dan mengenegahkan seni moden.” - Adam Khalid

36 B

Nikah

Adam Khalid
Pen dan Kertas
59 x 59 cm
2021
RM500 / Available

“The effect of the dark tones filtering throughout the strands of burnt sienna captivates the eye. The setting depends entirely on your imagination to behold the shades of canyon.”- Adeline Shatsala

37 A

Shades of Canyon
 

Adeline Shatsala
Acrylics and Mix Media
30 x 30 cm
2021
RM240  / Available

Water's Edge_edited.jpg

"The perfect balance of wet soil and landscape has the vibrancy of emerging through weather. Exposing the beauty of earth and capturing the enigmatic aura. It redefines the earth we live in with varying depths of colour.”- Adeline Shatsala

37 B

Water’s Edge

Adeline Shatsala
Acrylics and Mix media
40cm x 40cm
2020
RM 320 / Reserved

IMG_7996.jpg

38 A

Kerjasama

Afiq Sebari
Acrylic on canvas
31 x 122 cm
2021
RM600 / Available

IMG_7997.jpg

‘Wang bukanlah segala-galanya, tetapi segala-galanya memerlukan wang.’

“Ini merupakan suatu ungkapan  yang  sering  kita  dengar  berkaitan  dengan  wang.  Wang  juga  selalunya  dikaitkan dengan  perkara-perkara  negatif  seperti  jenayah,  rasuah,  scam  dan  sebagainya.  Walau bagaimanapun,keperluan wang dalam kehidupan sekarang sangat penting dan masyarakat perlu bergantung kepada wang untuk meneruskan kehidupan. Oleh hal yang demikian, wang juga banyak membawa kepada perkara-perkara yang positif. Ini menunjukkan wang bukanlah suatu yang negatif tetapi penyalahgunaan wang sebenarnya akan membawa kepada persepsi yang negatif.  Karya berikut berjudul ‘Kerjasama’ dan ‘Kerjasama II’  merupakan respon saya terhadap sikap masyarakat kita yang saling membantu dengan menghulurkan bantuan dan sumbangan kepada mereka yang terjejas serta hilang pendapatan akibat pandemik yang melanda negara. Hal ini menunjukkan  sikap  dan  semangat  kerjasama  yang  baik  di  antara  masyarakat  dalam membendung penularan wabak Covid-19.” - Afiq Sebari

38 B

Kerjasama

Afiq Sebari
Acrylic on canvas
61 x 61cm
2021
RM600  / Available

IMG_3416.jpg

I am often intrigued by the language of the body. The unspoken words that show so much, but say so little. It takes different movements and expressions depending on the state of mind. What started as normal observations evolved into self-reflection of my own personal struggle.  Through figurative form of art, I get to capture my inner tussle and project it on canvas as a  self-reminder that; this too shall pass.” - Amri Ibrahim

39 A
 

My Subconscious Fear I

 

Amri Ibrahim

Oil paint on Canvas

92  x 60 cm

2021

RM1,900  / Available

IMG_3414.jpg

I am often intrigued by the language of the body. The unspoken words that show so much, but say so little. It takes different movements and expressions depending on the state of mind. What started as normal observations evolved into self-reflection of my own personal struggle.  Through figurative form of art, I get to capture my inner tussle and project it on canvas as a  self-reminder that; this too shall pass.” - Amri Ibrahim

39 B
 

My Subconscious Fear II

 

Amri Ibrahim

Oil paint on Canvas

92  x 61 cm

2021

RM1,900  / Available

photo_2021-08-13_02-13-37.jpg

“Baru- baru ini kecoh seketika keadaan dimana perkataan #koyak viral dimedia sosial di seluruh dunia kerana serangan tentera Israel keatas rakyat Palestin di Gaza. Rakyat Malaysia menzahirkan sokongan kepada Palestin dengan menyerang media sosial berkaitan Israel dengan membawa hastag tersebut.

 

Saya mengambil tema koyak tersebut sebagai medium menzahirkan sokongan dengan cara berkarya, Cebisan cebisan kain dan jahitan kasar diaplikasikan untuk mewujudkan keadaan bagaimana koyak itu dizahirkan. Secara asasnya, imej utama karya saya ialah berbentuk bendera Israel yang telah diolah dimana bahagian bintang tengah bendera tersebut telah ditutup dengan jahitan- jahitan kasar untuk menzahirkan maksud yang ingin di sampaikan. Penggunaan warna biru, putih adalah berdasarkan warna utama bendera tersebut. Kolaj jahitan di tindan- tindan adalah supaya kesan dramatik dapat ditimbulkan.”- Amrie Zakaria

40

Is Real Terrorist

 

Amrie Zakaria

Kain Perca, Benang Kait diatas kanvas

19.5  x 27.5 cm

2021

RM400 / Available

IMG_20210825_204342.jpg

“Didalam siri air terjun ini terdapat unsur-unsur air, batu, fauna. Dilengkapi dengan bunyi angin, terjunan air dan burung berkicauan. Ia indah dalam banyak bentuk semulajadi, dari riak lembut hingga deru air sungai yang nyaman, lopak yang malas, air terjun yang meraung atau kocakkan yang damai. Pengkarya tertarik kepadanya, bermain dengannya, di dalamnya atau di atasnya, dan merenungkannya, untuk menghargai keindahannya. Tetap, tetapi terus berubah, ia adalah sumber dan simbol pembaharuan. Tempat di tepi air yang kita namakan sungai dan air terjun juga merupakan pentas untuk ak"vi" manusia. Ke"ka di sana, pengkarya menyaksikan banyak drama kecil, serpihan drama dan komedi yang dilakonkan oleh watak-watak dalam kostum bermonokrom, dalam pencahayaan yang mungkin drama"s, terang dan ceria, atau lembut dan halus. Dalam lukisan pengkarya, pengkarya berhasrat untuk merakam pelbagai adegan, potongan-potongan ak"vi" drama"k yang akan diisi dari pengalaman pengkarya sendiri, dengan tafsiran pengkarya sendiri. Lukisan didalam siri ini  berdasarkan gambaran sebenar yang dirakamkan oleh pengkarya sendiri ke"ka berak"vi" luar, mendaki dan berkhemah. Se"ap udara  dalam siri ini dilukis bersama air dalam beberapa bentuk. Semasa pengkarya pergi mencari sesuatu yang can"k di alam untuk memberi inspirasi kepada pengkarya, ternyata se"ap ciptaan dialam itu segala sesuatunya sangat can"k dalam kelasnya yang tersendiri.” - Azmi Amran

41 A

Liuk Geser

Azmi Amran

Media campuran atas kanvas

91.44 x 71.12 cm

2021

RM900 / Available

IMG_20210825_204158.jpg

41 B

Mengolun Sui

Azmi Amran

Media campuran atas kanvas

91.44 x 71.12 cm

2021

RM 900 / Available

Choong Kah Mun_Ethereal Contentment_1.jpg

“Born as a Gen Z, Choong Kah Mun’s work is greatly influenced by the toxic positivity as seen on social media which is saturated with influencers posts about good vibes. She believes the modern generation has steadily absorbed such rhetoric as a recipe for never really developing or knowing who we are. Rather than experiencing an emotion and getting through a problem at your own pace, toxic positivity has become symptomatic of a carry-on culture which slowly prevents people from working through their issue one at a time. This contributes to burnout at a later time, where stress and depression are at an all-time high.” - Choong Kah Mun

42 A

Ethereal Contentment #1

Choong Kah Mun
Oil on Canvas
70 x 70cm
2021
RM1000 / Available

Choong Kah Mun_Ethereal Contentment_2.jpg

“He optimistically believes he has a fruitful future ahead of him. He vigorously dreams about the moment of his fulfilled fantasy. There are no real measures and commitment. Everything is all according to the non-existent scheme and positive vibes.” - Choong Kah Mun

42 B

Ethereal Contentment #2

Choong Kah Mun
Oil on Canvas
70 x 70cm
2021
RM1000 / Available

“This painting was inspired by a person with mental health issues. Bipolar disorder is a brain disorder that causes changes in a person's mood, energy, and ability to function. People with bipolar disorder experience intense emotional states that typically occur during distinct periods of days to weeks, called mood episodes. So a dark colour, which is black, represents the darkest side of emotion, while blue represents calmness, and white represents positive energy.” - Ejan Ahmad

43 A
 

Bipolar

 

Ejan Ahmad

100 x 100 cm

Acrylic on canvas

2020 

RM3,500 / Available
 

IMG_6433_edited.jpg

“This painting is inspired by the beautiful Sahara desert which is the world's largest hot desert and the third largest desert behind Antarctica and the Arctic. Located in North Africa, the beauty and tranquillity of the Sahara is unsurpassed, and the scale and sight of a clear 360° horizon is awesome. The landscape changes constantly and is anything but bare and barren, with high dunes, low dunes, wells and dry oases. So I try to portray the beauty of the Sahara desert in minimalist-art, and it is also very calm and shooting to the eyes. I’m using a variety of acrylic medium and modeling paste to give a little bit of texture.” - Ejan Ahmad

43 B
 

Sahara

Ejan Ahmad
Acrylic, modeling paste and oil pastel on canvas 

101 x 76 cm

2021

RM2,000 / Available
 

Connect.jpg

“Since a young age, I have had an interest in drawing humans; charcoal and oil paints remain to be my favourite choice of medium. My inspiration comes from observations of  myself  and the people  around  me  -  their  behaviors, movements and physical actions. Observing human nature and their response to circumstances in our society, some of my works are constructed from my childhood memories. I prefer to paint randomly to allow chances to emerge in my canvases instead of working according  to a  pre-planned  composition  rigidly.  I  use  charcoal  to  draw  on  both  primed  and unprimed canvas. Charcoal, oil paint and pigment pens are my favorite tools in my works. I use charcoal to create shadows and lines on canvas to present a different effect to bring out the tension that I want from the work.” - Fong Jia Lok

44

Connect

Fong Jia Lok
Ink on Canvas
44 x 55.2 cm
2021
RM1,500 / Available

Perserverance 50x50cm acrylic on board.jpg

“I love to eat pineapple; I manifest the tough looks of the fruit, the spiky skin, the thorny crown and leaves to portray the perseverance in the searching for hope in one's life. The leaves are seen moving freely depicting a flow of energy” - Gary Lim

45 A
 

Perseverance


Gary Lim
Acrylic on board

50 x 50 cm 

(73 x 73cm with frame)

2018

RM1,500 / Available

Golden Harvest 50x50cm acrylic on board.jpg

45 B
 

Golden Harvest

Gary Lim
Acrylic on board

50 x 50 cm 

(73 x 73cm with frame)

2018

RM1,500 / Available

“It was a typical landscape subconsciously created by me. One day at the studio, I found my friend scraping at his canvas in an attempt to create  some wall effects on his painting. His paintings were very dark, which reminded me of the struggles he faced while he was in the construction industry a long time ago. The landscape I made was to remind him about the beauty of life, and to affirm to him that the darkness of life will end if you were in the right place. I approached this artwork with the scraping technique and colour palette similar to his own work, but with a clear result differing from the darkness of his painting.”- Hamizan Yusof

46

Surface Preparation
 

Hamizan Yusof

32 x 62cm

Acrylic On Canvas

2021

RM 750 / Reserved

Optimism (back).jpg

“This artwork is entitled ‘Optimism’. The subject that I focus on is the determination of the nation against COVID-19. The nation in its state of resilience, is fighting to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 as well as the impact of the pandemic. I believe that being optimistic is the key to a brighter future; like the saying goes, “If you stay positive, good things will be drawn to you.”- Gina Chuah

47 A

Optimism

 

Gina Chuah

Acrylic on canvas 

45.72 x 45.72 cm 

2020

RM 900 / Available

The Good in the Bad (front).jpg

“ It is undeniable that we are facing difficulties during this pandemic. However, one of the positive results of the pandemic is that endangered sea turtles are enjoying empty beaches and suffering fewer deaths and injuries. In fact, hatchlings and sea turtles are found in most beaches as the pandemic clears tourists from beaches.”- Gina Chuah

47 B

The Good in the Bad

 

Gina Chuah

Acrylic and marker on canvas 

50.8 x 50.8 cm 

2021

RM 950 / Reserved

“Display bravery & toughness like a tiger & roar loudly while shielding feelings, refuse to show weaknesses as people tend to take advantage of. But deep inside, they are soft, playful and kinder. Tiger by the look, kitty by the heart” - Ichie Imran

48 A

Tough Boy

Ichie Imran
Fluorescent Acrylic on Paper
59 x 42cm
2021
RM1,000 / Available

Artwork 2 - Conversation_edited.jpg

“The tail of the conversation... It’s awkward to begin with, especially when we meet someone new we know nothing about. We keep on talking, trying to connect one story to another, sometimes it comes to a dead end where we almost fall into the black hole - awkward silence.But we keep it going, make it interesting to create a subtle conversation and the ideas keep popping.”- Ichie Imran

48 B

Conversation

Ichie Imran
Fluorescent Acrylic on Paper

59 x 42cm 

2021

RM1,000 / Available

蝸牛與花_2021_Oil on plywood_51 x 38cm_edited.jpg

“ 這個作品表達的是一隻蝸牛背著一盆花卉。

This artwork expresses a snail carrying a pot of flowers on its back.” - Jason Teo

49
 

蝸牛與花 Snail and flowers

 

Jason Teo Jia Hao

Oil on plywood 

51 x 38 cm 

2021

RM1,200  / Available

BIARKAN MEREKA RAI WALAU SEMENTARA 30CM X 30CM POSTER COLOR ON CANVAS 2021 KAMAL SAZALI_ed

"Ketika sedang asyik ‘scroll’ twitter, saya ternampak satu video ini dimana, sekumpulan ‘frontliners’ berlari dan berkumpul di satu tempat dan kesemuanya menari seolah olah sedang meraikan sesuatu walhal Ketika itu kita semua tahu keadaan semasa kes covid 19 yang semakin membimbangkan dan semakin hari semakin tinggi kes baru dan juga kematian.Rupanya tujuan mereka adalah sekadar untuk menghiburkan mereka mereka yang positif covid 19 supaya ceria dan tidak ‘mental down’. Karya ini sebagai satu apresiasi kepada kesemua frontliners kita yang bertungkus lumus, berkerah tenaga dan berkorban masa untuk menjalankan tanggungjawab sebagai barisan hadapan dalam merawat pesakit pesakit covid-19.” - Kamal Sazali

50 A

Biarkan Mereka Rai Walau Sementara

Kamal Sazali
Poster Colour on Canvas
30 x 30 cm
2021
RM500 / Available

PISANG 2 KALI 30CM X 30CM EMULSION PAINT,PENCIL  COLOR AND ACRYLIC  ON CANVAS 2021 KAMAL S

“Mereka sudah penat sama sebagaimana kita.Kerana sesetengah pihak yang terlalu rakus mengejar kuasa   atas   kepentingan   dan   agenda   tersendiri,   kita   dapat   melihat,   pisang   berbuah   dua   kali.   Tapi Harapan dak pernah pudar untuk melihat sinar yang dulu malap kini mulai terang walau masih dihujung.” - Kamal Sazali

50 B

Pisang 2 Kali

Kamal Sazali
Emulsion Paint, Colour Pencil and Acrylic on Canvas
30 X 30 cm
2021
RM500 / Available

DSC08061.jpeg

“The finding of my identity as an artist begins to fade out along with the warfare between myself and the ‘corrupt surfaces’ as I am being held captive by my carrier. My definition of corrupt is having “ill mannered” towards everything in the area. The system inside which was corrupted from the very beginning included the development of the workers themselves. Sometimes we are gambling our luck on getting good projects which bring a good salary along with a good management. This painting depicts the portrait of a labour worker with the lack of safety on-site to portray the unprofessional management. It is unfortunate that I am bound to an unlawful situation that is very harmful to society, just to contribute to the capital(company). The signage at the bottom of the artwork was created to appear as a map with some sort of encrypted code.” - Muadz Rahim

51

Misexpectation

Muadz Rahim

Acrylic and Collage on Canvas

45 X 80cm
2021

RM2,000 / Available

IMG_8950.jpeg

“ The white crane is a bird of auspiciousness; it’s a symbol of longevity, cleanliness and bravery. With his graceful posture and elegant dance, coupled with the dance clothes he was born with, he looks more like a dancer under the spotlight.
 

Baihe has danced on the stage of life all his life, that is life and survival.

Her perfection is not a decathlon, but she will do her best to achieve the ultimate.

 

She defended the dignity of life with her attitude.” - Lem Tee Sin

52
 

Posture

 

Lem Tee Sin

Acrylic on Canvas (Liquitex Heavy Body)

60 X 60 cm 

2021

RM4,888  / Available

Autumn.jpg

“My work has been greatly influenced by her interest in reading. She interprets and relates the emotion from reading into her surrounding; daily life events that capture her interest. Although there are differences between individual projects, they are produced with the common principle. Generally each project consists of multiple works,with specific themes in mind. 

 

These two plein air paintings she did whilst she was in New Zealand were painted from her love for nature.” - Lim Yong Wei

53 A

Autumn

 

Lim Yong Wei

Oil and leaf on Canvas

30  x 30 cm

2018

RM 600 / Available

Tomahawk Beach.jpg

53 B

Tomahawk Beach  

 

Lim Yong Wei

Oil on Canvas

30  x 22 cm

2018

RM 500 / Available

20200504_160839-1.jpg

“ ‘Semangat Unggas #1’ dan ‘Semangat Benih #3’, adalah lanjutan dari siri "Pohon". Ia membicarakan tentang kebangkitan semangat-semangat yang menghuni dari sebuah pohon yang telah mati ditebang dalam bentuk dan dimensi yang baru. Dengan gabungan unsur-unsur, motif-motif tumbuhan dan haiwan.” - Mat Ramli Mansor

54 A

Semangat Unggas #1
 

Mat Ramli Mansor
Kayu nangka dan angsana
101 x 50  x 65 cm
2020
RM2,000  / Available

20210824_160201.jpg

54 B

Semangat Benih #3
 

Mat Ramli Mansor
Angsana
41 x 19 x 20cm
2020
RM2,000 / Available

“The artwork is about woodworking and fabrication. Inspired by the game of chess and football, this work is based on my expression of my self-conflict within myself.  There are two sides made apparent in my work; comparable to a scene of war, this represents my internal battle between having to stay true to myself, or give in to the influence of external opinions. I utilise the chess board characters and arrange them into a kind of formation on the football field. The metaphor behind the work is ‘self-establishment’ in order to make a decision where it is considered as an artist-ego. The execution of this artwork required much strategizing; one could say it is comparable to a football match, where there is a need to ‘plan’ or strategise to achieve the main objective.” - Mohd Fazreen

55

The Key Player

 

Mohamad Fazreen

Variable Wood, Industrial Paint

92 x 92 x 87 cm

2021

RM 2,500 / Available

IMG_20210825_103125.jpg

“Kedua-dua karya berkaitan idea yang sama.Pelukis meneroka ruang dan peluang melalui gaya lukisan  ‘automatism’ yang sinonim dengan pelukis aliran Surelism.Lakaran dan lukisan digaris secara spontan  (minda bawah sedar) lalu dikawal semula oleh minda sedar mengikut situasi,mood,pemikiran dan  pengalaman pelukis.Setelah siap karya diberi tajuk mengikut selera,idea,peristiwa,nilai estetik, dan  interpetasi pelukis.Mungkin juga kedua-dua karya ini kelihatan berbeza rupa,makna,dan tajuk mengikut  selera,pemikiran dan pengalaman ‘audience' masing- masing.” - Mohamad Firdaus bin Ismail

56 A

Lelaki Ultra 

 

Mohamad Firdaus Bin Ismail

Ink on acid free watercolour paper 

42 x 60 CM 

2021 

RM 700 / Available

IMG_20210825_102242.jpg

56 B

Line Drawing 

 

Mohamad Firdaus Bin Ismail

Ink on acid free watercolour paper  

42 x 60 CM 

2021 

RM 700 / Available

IMG_0319.jpeg

“Apabila mengenangkan zaman kanak-kanak, pastinya kita akan tersenyum sendiri. Kisah lucu menggamit memori. Bermain dan meneroka tanpa sempadan, tanpa perlu memikirkan hal orang lain, negara, mahupun dunia. Cukuplah dengan ‘dunia ciptaan sendiri’ yang penuh dengan keseronokan dan kegembiraan. ‘Mesin Masa’ adalah karya untuk mengimbas memori dulu. Penggunaan warna dan ekspresi wajah yang menghiburkan semasa zaman kanak-kanak.” - Muhammad Hazizi bin Azmi

57 A

Mesin Masa


Muhammad Hazizi bin Azmi
Akrilik dan arang diatas kanvas
61cm x 92cm
2021

RM700 / Reserved

IMG_0320.jpeg

“Zaman remaja atau meningkat dewasa adalah zaman yang sangat berat cabarannya berbanding kanak-kanak. Pelbagai perasaan dan rasa yang dilalui ketika remaja atau dewasa. Perasaan malas menyelebungi diri untuk berhadapan dengan masyarakat yang pelbagai ragam.” - Muhammad Hazizi bin Azmi

57 B

Malas

Muhammad Hazizi bin Azmi

Akrilik di atas kanvas
92cm x 122cm
2021

RM950 / Available

IMG-2007_edited.jpg

“The inspiration behind this painting derives from my experience as an archeology excavator years ago. Digging up soil as deep as three to four feet to get the tangible findings has taught me a thing or two about our homeland and life in general. One of them is that there is so much beauty that lies beneath our land. It has many undiscovered treasures, artifacts, and hidden gems that are yet to be found. On the other hand, in the perspective of life, often we have to go through rough and tough roads to see what life will teach us. Say we want to go to beautiful places such as hidden waterfalls, we have to hike for hours, pass through bushes and trees in the forest to reach that place. That experience is what I am trying to represent in my Tanah Air series. 

 

Tanah Air is a significant term that has a deeper meaning in context if we were to discuss it in depth. I personally think “Tanah Air ku” feels closer to home. These two words simply give a warmth feeling and a strong connection between a person and his homeland, compared to the word Negara (Country). Tanah (Land) and Air (Water) are the elements that complement one another, contributing to the balance of nature. While land symbolizes power and legacy for its endless resources, water represents life. Its wave, reflection, and the sound it makes will sooth you, offering you a sense of tranquility.

 

If you look at my painting you will see a piece of magical landscape that has a beautiful calming blue lake, surrounded by lush, mysterious land of flowers, almost captivating, hidden by the tree branches. Their vibrant colour gives an attractive impact, but are covered with old, fragile and decayed tree branches, initiating a sense of mystery, a peek into the hidden world of Tanah Air’s nature. This visual depiction of my Tanah Air is a continuation of my exploration on destructive landscape series, evoking a glimpse of hope for our country to continuously grow and be known for its admirable history.” - Muhd Badrulzzaman

58 A

Lopak Air di Dalam Kebun, I

 

Muhd Badrulzzaman
Siri - Tanah Air

Oil Paint , Bitumen on Canvas

60.96 x 60.96cm

2021

RM 850 / Available

IMG-2009_edited.jpg

58 B

Lopak Air di Dalam Kebun , II

 

Muhd Badrulzzaman

Oil Paint , Bitumen on Canvas

60.96 x 60.96cm

2021

RM 850 / Available

Contagious_edited.jpg

“The global outbreak of COVID-19 has infected millions of people and resulted in the loss of over 300,000 lives as of this writing. In addition, the spread of coronavirus infection has also changed the pattern of human life as well as slowed economic growth so drastically. The  random  particle  on  this  drawing  reflects the microdroplets of the virus that are drifting through the air. These microdroplets can be generated when someone sneezes, coughs and talks loudly.” - Noor Zahran

59 A

Contagious

Noor Zahran
Ink on paper
59 x 59cm
2021
RM 649  / Available

Dispersion of United.jpg

“The impact of globalisation does not favour and is unsuitable for Malaysian culture and tradition. The entry of western cultures has greatly threatened the position of tradition and identity  in  our  country.  Youths  start  to  lose  their  own  identity  and  culture  of  their  own races  and  are  easily  influenced  by  the  negative  culture.  It  is  believed  youths  liked  to imitate  and  quickly  affected  by  something  that  is  considered  attractive  or  fun.  The dispersion effect on this drawing reflects the values and cultures that increasingly eroded over time.” - Noor Zahran

59 B

Dispersion of United

Noor Zahran
Ink on paper
83 x116 cm
2020
RM 1,999  / Available

Faith (TRS).jpeg

“Everything that has made a visual appearance to our eyes marks an existence. It occupies a space no matter what form it arrives as, whether a pebble from the stream we grasp in our palm or the water that flows through our feet or the peaks we witness before us, they mark their arrival into this physical world.Faith is a personal decision and that grasping it tightly is essential to help one achieve the highest peaks in life and by doing so, we absorb the most positive energy provided from the above.” - Mark Lee

60

The Rising (Series)- Faith

Mark Lee
Acrylic and Oil on canvas
121.92 x 121.92 cm

2021
RM5,000 / Available

Cropped Karya.jpg

“Back to my hometown,
a place known as Kuala Penyu,

There's nothing much there,
but its beauty is always true,

In dawn or when the sun will set,

The shores bring peace that you’ll never forget,

A scenery that you long to be,

To find yourself in serenity.” - Nur Ahmad Syahfie Bin Jasni

61

Self Reflection

 

Nur Ahmad Syahfie Bin Jasni

Acrylic on Canvas

60 x 60 cm

2021

RM 2000 / Available

IMG_20210418_121712.jpg

“The artwork is about a group of animals at the top of the food chain, where no other predator can get to. They always dominate an area with their power; but every power has a weakness and it is impossible to return. The limitation to a predator fangs shows how with every power there will be a downfall that applies. Relatable examples are like the power of kings (or people of power nowadays) who have lost their throne or reign. It is impossible to regain their dignity in that state, especially when it has to do with something that has been determined (laws, decisions and so on) and cannot be changed anymore” - Raden Hisbullah

63

If you were there, Beware
 

Raden Hisbullah

Acrylic & Chinese Ink
152.4 x 121.92 cm
2021

RM1,500  / Available

Hadapan karya.jpg

“Lukisan The Black (Part 1) diinspirasikan daripada salah seorang pelukis terkenal dari Amerika Syarikat iaitu Jean Michel Basquiat. Beliau dikenali dengan karya lukisannya yang mempunyai corak perasaan yang kuat. Basquiat biasanya menggunakan gaya graffiti untuk menghasilkan karyanya tetapi bukan itu sahaja, beliau juga akan menggunakan medium-medium lain dalam penghasilan karya. Seperti  The Black (Part 1) ini, saya juga telah menggunakan gaya ala street art untuk menghasilkan warna dan tekstur yang kuat untuk menampakkan hasil yang jelas. The Black (Part 1) ini menceritakan tentang sebuah realiti yang banyak berlaku di era pada masa kini yang penuh dengan cabaran terutamanya yang sedang berlaku di negara-negara luar. Pandemik ini juga telah memberi impak yang besar kepada kondisi di dalam dunia dan banyak perkara buruk telah berlaku terutamanya pada gaya kehidupan masyarakat di era ini seperti norma baharu, kemerosotan ekonomi, kemelut politik, kesihatan mental, hubungan sesama manusia dan sebagainya.” - Natasha Haneem

62

The Black (Part 1)

 

Natasha Haneem Bt Abdul Samat

Mixed Media

30.5 x 45.8 cm

RM800  / Available

IMG_20210714_100055.jpg

“Here is a lady in green representing nature, who gives hope and promise that not everything is lost. Adorned with yellow Lily in her curls, her flower attracts the rainbow coloured hummingbird representing the free soul that brings joy even with its tiny size. Each one of them has unique characteristics. The artist is trying to convey how these 3 are attracted and compliment each other creating a visual harmony” - Sahana Narayana

64 A

Humming curls

 

Sahana Narayana

Acrylic on canvas

61 x 61 cm

2021

RM1,400  / Reserved

IMG-20210816-WA0020.jpg

“Here is a lady with a strong character who proudly wears her rich Malaysian culture, heritage  and heart on her sleeve . Artist has colored her blue to represent her loyalty and love for her land. Adorning a stunning headpiece of scarlet hued celebratory hibiscuses brings out the elegance and positivity .With delicate jewellery and Malay Kebya costume, her blue eyes shine with the calmness of summer sky and sea.” - Sahana Narayana

Artist took inspiration from Frida Khalo.

64 B

Cerulean and scarlet

 

Sahana Narayana

Acrylic on canvas

90 x 90 cm

2021

RM3,500  / Available

ManInPursuit.jpg

“Both of these works are sets of early experimental work based on expressionism portraits.” - Sanker Ganesh

65 A

Man In Pursuit

 

Sanker Ganesh

Acrylic on canvas

60 x 55 cm

2020

RM1,200  / Available

WomanInPursuit.jpg

65 B

Woman In Pursuit

 

Sanker Ganesh

Acrylic on canvas

60 x 60 cm

2020

RM1,200 / Available

“My subject matter revolves largely on tropical plants. I like their huge arrays of genus variety which in turn covers endless possibilities in terms of exploration of inspiration and composition. My exposure to myriads of greens began at home in my parents' gardens as a sort of serious hobby. Not blessed with the same green fingers, I decided to paint my plants instead either by using watercolour, acrylic, dry media or digitally.” - Shazlin Jalil

66 A
 

The Painted Garden • Pink, Red and Greens

 

Shazlin Jalil

Acrylic on Canvas

80 x 60 cm 

2021

RM885 / Reserved

Caladiums_edited.jpg

66 B
 

The Painted Garden • Caladiums 
 

Shazlin Jalil

Acrylic on Canvas 

50 x 50 cm 

2021

RM585 / Reserved

Sagacity.jpg

“Little did we know, beneath the cold hard ground, they were all preparing for rebirth” - Sharini Yogi

67 A

HOLI Series : Sagacity

 

Sharini Yogi

Acrylic on canvas 

30 x 30 cm 

2021 

RM650 / Available

Haven.jpg

67 B
 

HOLI Series: Haven 

Sharini Yogi

Acrylic on canvas 

30 x 30 cm 

2021 

RM650 / Available

Balanced.jpg

"Difficulties of maintaining perfection while trying to live in a balance." - Soon Yong Chow

68 A

Balanced

Soon Yong Chow
Pastel on Cardboard
75 x 50 cm
2018
RM850 / Available

“Lucky to have a stunning sanctuary, but at the cost of bearing the stress of carrying it.” - Soon Yong Chow

68 B

Role of A Lifetime

Soon Yong Chow
Colour Pencil on Wood Sheet
28 x 19 cm
2018
RM480 / Available

Breaking Through.jpg

“The nautilus embodies this evolutionary journey taken by human beings encapsulating both beauty and growth. The shell of the nautilus is incredibly chambered to show the physical growth of the cephalopod much like the stages of a human life. While the nautilus moves on from one chamber to another, humans go through the path of life, at most times, from one place to another, not wanting to look back or dwell on the past. The nautilus learns to live with its shell although it’s not used in its entirety. It’s there to help it float and at the same time creates its effervescent beauty. Humans have always endured and lived with their past. This ability to travel through its inner chambers of its shell shows how the nautilus is able to navigate and move through its period of growth much akin to the way humans move through the various windows of life.” - Eugene Nandakumar

69

Breaking Through

 

Eugene Nandakumar

Mixed media on canvas

150 x 120 cm

2021

RM4,850  / Available

gambarkaryahadapan_edited.jpg

Karya ini adalah simbol kepada individu yang berpewatakan “kaki kipas” dimana secara umumnya kaki kipas ini bermaksud individu yang suka mengampu majikan atau orang atasan untuk mendapatkan sesuatu. Perkara ini berlaku dalam sistem pentadbiran tidak kira lah institusi besar ataupun sekecil-kecil organisasi. Nama lain bagi kaki kipas adalah kaki ampu dan kaki bodek. Sedar tak sedar kita sendiri adalah kaki kipas dalam mendapatkan sesuatu yang kita nak. Tapi itulah kita ini manusia penuh ego dan kuat dalam menafikan sedikit dari kenyataan hidup." - Syazana Zairuddin

70

"Potret" 

 

Syazana Zairuddin

Arang atas kanvas

30 x 40 cm

2021

RM500 / Available

#6,Nostalgia series ,Archival giclee print on Sihl paper,100cm x  100cm,1AP+3 editions,200

‘Nostalgia is a longing for the spaces of time that had passed in vain ’ – Andrei Tarkorvsky

“ ‘Nostalgia’ is a long term series which started in 2007 and was completed in 2011. The word ‘nostalgia’ refers to a sense of longing for a time in the past, requiring me to document the feelings of timelessness in things associated with my living environment. Jean Baudrilard says,“My pictures are not thematic, they are not very sophisticated and technical photographs.” My works reflect his sentiments closely as most of the pictures are snapshots of my surroundings taken in different places in different years.They reveal my views, feelings, and thoughts around the subject matter. The ‘Nostalgia’ series aims to arouse senses of Romanticism, narratives, and urban documentary all at once. All the pictures were taken in 120 colour film format with an old Yashica Mat-124G camera within a malfunctioned lens” - Tan Chee Hon

71 A

#6_Nostalgia!series

Tan Chee Hon

Giclée print on archival Sihl paper

100 x 100 cm
2007
RM3,000 / Available

#12,Nostalgia-series,2010.jpg

71 B

#10_Nostalgia!series

Tan Chee Hon

Giclée print on archival Sihl paper

100 x 100 cm
2007
RM3,000 / Available

“The ‘Cerita Lockdown’ series was inspired by my son, Amir Noah. Born in late 2018, he is 3 years old this year. It is a hard time during this period. It is not only challenging to us, the adults but to children as well. This is something that I personally observe. During the first lockdown, we were unable to leave our house or go anywhere. I remember seeing my son’s excitement, donning his shoes hoping to get to go out, but I was forced to break his heart saying: We can't... We can't go out... We can't go to the playground. When the lockdown was lifted and we got to 'rentas negeri', it was exciting. Noah was so happy to be able to go to the playground and to travel balik kampung. When the lockdown 2.0 happened about two months back, it was heart-breaking to hear Noah’s pleas to go out and play. The subjects in this series are Noah's. They are a representation of children that can't be children during this troubling time.” - Tuk Kura

72 A

Cerita Lockdown: Teddy


Tuk Kura
Acrylic and Colour Pencil on Canvas
35 x 28 cm
2021
RM 550 / Available

72 B

Cerita Lockdown: KAWS


Tuk Kura
Acrylic on Canvas
35 x 28 cm
2021
RM 550 / Available

“As introverts process information,they carefully tend to their internal thoughts and feelings at the same time. This artwork expresses an introvert diving deep in her inner world, the place where her thoughts come out and study something that happened on that day. Her introspection is comparable to an internal debate. Thoughts come out and some of it is rejected until she feels balanced and convinced.” -Yong Hui Lynn

73 A

Hold on to me

 

Wong Hui Lynn

Oil painting on wood

80cm x 120cm

2019

RM 1,800 / Available

“This artwork depicts an expression of an introverted girl in the company of her friends at the mamak shops after a working day. She feels drained from the hustle and bustle of work, but she doesn’t know how to decline her friend's invitation without feeling overwhelmed with guilt. There is a striking difference in the character of the girl and the atmosphere of the environment, as she stares off into space as though she is in a totally different world. The people around her are lively and energetic, but while she is physically there she does not seem mentally present. The mamak shop is a place where many Malaysians often gather, socialise, and unwind; for many people, it is a place to recharge and relax with friends and colleagues after a long day. However, introverts tend to value time alone after a long day. They don’t really appreciate too much stimulation when they feel drained out.” - Wong Hui Lynn

73 B

12A.M

 

Wong Hui Lynn

Oil painting on wood

73 x 115cm

2019

RM 1,800 / Available

Langgar Longgar.JPG.jpg

“Setiap apa yang kita lakukan pasti ada sebab, walaupun kita lakukan perkara itu singkat  menyebabkan banyak kesan pada diri kita. Langgar merujuk apa sahaja yang kita buat  tanpa berfikir apa-apa pun. Longgar merujuk apa yang kita lakukan perlu ada ruang  untuk berfikir walaupun masa singkat. Dalam suasana indah ataupun sebaliknya pasti  ada titik kesan dalam diri kita yang sering kita ingat apa yang kita lakukan dalam  kehidupan.” - Amirul Roslan

74 A

Langgar Longgar

 

Amirul Roslan

Acrylic on canvas 

76 x 104 cm 

2021 

RM 1,700 / Available

Dua Bukit.JPG.jpg

“Disekeliling kita pasti ada bukit yang sering kita lihat, pasti ia menjadi kebiasaan atau luar biasa pada diri kita. Bukit semestinya ada flora, menjadikan kita tenang dengan  keindahan atau sebaliknya. Ada bukit tapi tiada apa-apa pun, hanya kesan tompok  ‘binasa’ daripada manusia. Ia menyebabkan bukit menjadi tanah yang telah digondol  oleh manusia. Suasana yang dilihat pasti tidak indah yang memberikan kesan negatif  pada diri kita.” - Amirul Roslan

74 B

Dua Bukit

 

Amirul Roslan

Acrylic on canvas 

61 x 61 cm 

2021 

RM 800 / Available

printmaking IKAN KU MENCARI JALAN.jpg

“Di  dalam  karya  ini  memaparkan  seekor  ikan  perhiasan  di  rumah.  Pengkarya  memilih  ikan hiasan ini kerana ia digunakan sebagai mencantikkan suasana persekitaran rumah. Secara umumnya ikan hiasan menjadi hobi bagi sesetengah orang yang mampu nilai sifat keunikannya. Kepuasan dan ketenangan dapat dilihat pada pergerakkan ikan hiasan di dalam akuarium malah ia dapat membantu seseorang dari segi terapi dalam jiwa. Selain itu, pengkarya melihat dari sudut kelebihan memelihara ikan hiasan. Antara kelebihannya adalah dapat mengurankan tekanan dan juga terapi pada kanak-kanak Hyperactive. Di dalam kajian terapi Alzheimer telah menunjukkan bahawa ikan berwarna terang dapat membantu pesakit-pesakit yang aqresif fizikal. Visual  ikan  gapi  yang  digunakan  untuk  mewujudkan  simbolik  kepada  ketenangan,  kecantikan  dan terapi dalam kehidupan. Bak kata pepatah ada air adalah ikan.”-Luqman Rosnan

75 A
 

Ikan ku Mencari Jalan Vol 1


Luqman Rosnan
Etching & Aquatint on paper
21 x 29 cm
2019
Edition of 10
RM 1,000 / Available

IMG_20210806_234056.jpg

75 B
 

Ikan ku Mencari Jalan Vol 2


Luqman Rosnan
Monoprint on canvas
30 x 30 cm
2019
RM 1,500 / Available

“Pengalaman kehidupan ter-kadang ditusuk oleh kejadian “berduri” yang meninggalkan kesan dalam diri yang tak mampu di cabut-hapus-kan.” - Fauzan Fuad

76 A
 

Jalan Terus

 

Fauzan Fuad

Block print ink on Daler Rowney Heavyweight 270gsm paper

19 x 19 cm (complimentary frame)

2016

RM950 / Available

"Sesuatu kewujudan, memusnahkan kewujudan lain yang sama dengannya. Lalu terjadinya kesudahan yang sama (sia-sia) untuk kesemua kewujudan-kewujudan itu."- Fauzan Fuad

76 B
 

Orang Kayu

 

Fauzan Fuad

Block print ink on Daler Rowney Heavyweight 270gsm paper

17.5 x 12.5 cm (each artwork)

2014

RM800/ Available

Artwork 1_edited.jpg

“… I am intrigued on what will happen to a conservative state such as Kelantan if they try to adapt to the change of time and we will see the state go through some kind of modernization but somehow still preserve the traditional and Islamic values. From there, I am interested in the clash of civilization the state will go through as we will see Kelantan in a whole new perspective as a neo-modern state that happens to have a very strong push towards tradition…”- Fazreen Sukri

77 A

Jelirho Pagi

Fazreen Sukri
Acrylic on Canvas
61 x 61cm
2020
RM600  / Available

Artwork 2_edited.jpg

77 B

New Kelantan

Fazreen Sukri
Acrylic on Canvas
61 x 91.44cm
2020
RM800  / Available

Pressure Of Reality  2020  Acrylic, Soft Pastel, Charcoal on Canvas  158cm x 56cm.jpg

“After graduation I was hit with the pressure of finding my path. It did not help that at this time, the Pandemic (convid 19) was just kicking off. The despair of not knowing my next steps became more evident. It was certainly a difficult time for me to make plans for my future and in the end I felt helpless. These two works illustrate the visual form of my mental and emotional state of that time. This series is still an ongoing series due to the unforeseen duration of the pandemic.” - Fiqri Adnan

78 A
 

Pressure Of Reality


Fiqri Adnan

Acrylic, Soft Pastel, Charcoal on Canvas
158 x 56 cm
2020

RM1,900 / Available

Untitled-1-front.jpg

“This artwork is inspired by Dunhuang murals. The thick texture is a metaphor for the profound cultural heritage of Dunhuang. The Dunhuang-style Buddha statues painted with the Gongbi technique are used as the theme of the painting. At the same time, chemical fiber cloth is used to form a composition on the surface. These fabrics come from an old umbrella that a friend gave me. In China, people generally do not give umbrellas as gifts, because sending umbrellas means separation. I wanted to keep some memories, so I made the umbrella part of this painting. Finally, some plastic beads and golden glitter are mixed with epoxy resin and coated on the outer surface, forming more layers.” -Liu Runhong

79 A

Untitled-1


Liu Runhong

Mixed Media

30 x 30 cm
2021

RM1,200 / Available

Building It up Slowly 2020  Acrylic, Soft Pastel, Charcoal on Canvas  158cm x 56cm.jpg

78 B
 

Building It up Slowly
 

Fiqri Adnan

Acrylic, Soft Pastel, Charcoal on Canvas

158 x 56 cm
2020

RM1,900 / Available

Untitled-2-front.jpg

“This artwork is inspired by Dunhuang murals. The thick texture is a metaphor for the profound cultural heritage of Dunhuang. The Dunhuang-style hands painted on the coarse paper in the form of Gongbi are used as the subject of the painting. At the same time, use fire to burn this coarse paper, forming a texture of change and leaving traces of fire. I also used some petals of ranunculus asiaticus to sprinkle on the painting. Because the yellow ranunculus asiaticus dries out and matches the color of this painting very well. So I mixed the petals with epoxy resin and painted them on the surface to create more layers.” - Liu Runhong

79 B

Untitled-2

Liu Runhong
Mixed Media

30 x 30 cm
2021

RM1200 / Available

0743A56B-A4E4-479C-AF0D-093B1031AA12.jpeg

“Refleksi ialah pantulan dan juga dianggap satu kemahiran untuk bertindak balas, berfikir dan  belajar dari sesuatu perkara, samaada melalui pengalaman atau observasi deria. Karya  ‘cerminan alam – tinggi’ menggambarkan kesamaran(ambiguity) antara manusia dan alam,  dikomposisikan serpihan-serpihan imej yang berbeza menjadi satu karya yang memberi  makna yang tersendiri. Karya ini adalah berdasarkan observasi dan hasil interaksi saya  terhadap gunung-ganang. Bermain dengan komposisi dan graviti dalam permasalahan ruang  tingkap pada karya, saya memberikan mesej visual tersirat(subliminal) seperti figura manusia  yang menghadap ke bawah menunjukkan posisi ketika melakukan sujud dan memberi ucapan  bermaksud “Maha Suci Tuhan Yang Maha Tinggi dan segala puji untuk-Nya” dan juga figura  manusia yang mempunyai bahasa tubuh tangan pada dada menunjukkan keprihatinan pada hati.” - Dhia Afiq

80

Cerminan Alam – Tinggi

 

Dhia Afiq

Acrylic on Canvas 

91cm x 91cm 

2021 

RM1,800 / Reserved