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PHASE 3
6 - 26 NOVEMBER 2021

 

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01

Pengembara Samudera

 


Abdul Mansoor Ibrahim
Image of a turtle & ocean inside the skull.
End grain wood Engraving
24 x 33 cm
2015


RM 1,800 / Available

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02 A

Bias# tegas

Hamdan Shaarani
Acrylic on canvas
61 x 61cm
2021
RM2,800  / Available 

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02 B

Bias# Damai

Hamdan Shaarani
Acrylic on canvas
61 x 61cm
2021
RM2,800  / Available 

03

Membuta Tuli


Samsudin Wahab
Oil on canvas
31 x 31 cm
2021
RM 1,700 / Reserved

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04

Mata-mata

Faizal Suhif
Etching on acid-free paper 26 x 22 cm
2014
Edition of 10


RM 1,200 / Available 

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"It is unknown that the dawn of September might shine on the earth, Courage is needed to face the challenges, Do not give up lightly after a defeat, Just keep fighting." - Cheong Tuck Wai

05

September Dawn

Cheong Tuck Wai
Acrylic on non-woven fabric, latex & rabbit glue, gloss gel finishing on canvas
50 x 50cm
2021


RM 3,300 / Available 

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06

Kisah Antara Kita

Liu Cheng Hua
Acrylic on aluminum
61 x 91 cm
2018


RM 4,200 / Available 

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07 A

Indian Woman


Gan Tee Sheng
Oil on canvas
80cm x 100cm
2021


RM4,800 / Available 

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07 B

Malay Man

Gan Tee Sheng
Oil on canvas
80 x 100 cm
2021


RM4,800 / Available 

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Otak Udang

 

Stephen Menon

Screenprint, oil on canvas

15cm x 15cm (Print size)

29cm x 21cm (Paper Size)

2021

 

RM1,200 / Available 

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09

Restructure

 

Zulkefli bin Talha

Acrylic on paper

35 x 48 cm

2021

RM2,200 / Available 

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10

Kedai-Kedai (after Zulkifli Dahlan)

 

Haris Abadi

Digital print and silver ink on canvas 
30 x 46 cm
2020

RM1,000  / Available 

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"These two new artworks reflect on the effects the pandemic has on multiple levels of our livelihood, sociopolitical and economic, personal and professional. I had my 3rd solo exhibit last year, during the last few months of the grace period after the first MCO, and right before the opening day, the government announced MCO 2.0, and the exhibition froze in the already cold situation. It's not so much about the sale that tears me, but the fact that the exhibit had gone without an audience. As if it never happened. However, in hindsight, I am also grateful i finished the body of work, after 8 years of carrying it, and now I can soldier on to the next thing. The message that I learned from this experience is that we have to persevere, and that life is designed not merely to break our hearts, but also to define our strength and grit" - Edroger Rosli

11 A

Solder On, Oh Ye Romantic

Edroger Rosili

Acrylic on canvas

40 x 50 cm
2021

 

 

RM 2,100 / Available 

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11 B

 

T.S.M.K

Edroger Rosili

Acrylic on mounted fabric

40 x 50 cm
2021

 

RM 1,900

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"When the borders start to open but you still not ready and need some time to be able to adapt to what is called freedom” -Issarezal Ismail

12 A

Wake Me Up When It’s All Over #41

Issarezal Ismail
Acrylic on corrugated board
41cm x 41 cm
2021

RM1,000 / Reserved

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“Now maybe the right time for us to reattach the plan to return to the place we have longed for.” - Issarezal Ismail

12 B

Worth A Thousand Words

Issarezal Ismail
Acrylic on wooden palette
45cm x 35cm (including frame)
2021

RM1,000/ Available 

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“I am interested in the emergent relationships between assemblage and humans focus on materials. My work focuses on an anthropomorphism view of human-robot. So, I created a human-robot version with my bent sheet metal and objects recycle materials technique.r.” - Ali Bebit

13 A

The Storyteller

Ali Bebit
Recycle auto parts and metal
28 x 20 x 23 cm
2020


RM 800/ Available 

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“My work is a personal interpretation of tribal aesthetics so typical. While working primarily within the figurative movement, I occasionally dips his toes into abstract and conceptual styles, as well as installation and performance art. character Animals and object form themes through the humour and derision to reflect interesting aspects of human behaviour. Employed materials include mainly metals a, but also automobile part, and cogs..” - Ali Bebit

13 B

The Monkey Circus

Ali Bebit
Recycle auto parts and metal
29 cm x 14 cm x 10 cm
2020


RM 800 / Available 

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Untitled 

 

Fadhli Ariffin

Etching aquatint on paper (Monoprint)
50 cm x 35 cm

2019

 

RM650 / Available 

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“Pahit dan manisnya rencah perjalanan kita dalam kehidupan seharian kesan pada keka (Pandemik) ini. Olahan Visual kuih donut diselapu krim perasa manis dan buran ubat-ubatan perasa pahit. Gabungan medium ini memperlihatkan kesebaan perlu dilalui oleh kita dalam menempuh perbezaan ujian sama ada suka duka atau sebaliknya.” - Husin Othman

15

Pahit Manis

Husin Othman
Acrylic, Galvanized on canvas
30.48 cm x 30.48 cm
2021


RM1,200 / Reserved

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"Presented in pale white coloured, engraved names on my wood panel are the ones who lost their lives in the first 72 hours. To date, we lost millions of precious lives, including my two neighbours. This prompts me to ponder further — questions.  The central empty part of my work is the word “Wen” (it means “questions” in simplified Chinese), the calligraphy “Wen” will be revealed obviously under the strong lighting. Like all of you, I have so many questions to ask — What is the source of this virus? Where does this come from? When will it be ended? Could we avoid this event at the beginning? What could we learn from this event? How could we stop it? Could we have our normal life back?

 

The methodology of this art piece is deeply connected with its core concept – the damaged and repaired effect (with use of pastel and glue, I managed to stick back certain damaged pieces) symbolized how our life going through, while scars might be the one remained. The whole work is painted in white to symbolize the grieving but also it represents my hope for victory to overcome this event.” - Chris Tan

Questions

 

Chris Tan
Acrylic and spray on wood 

48  x 64 cm

2021

 

RM4,800 / Available

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17 A

Move with the Flow

Alicia Lau
Acrylic on Canvas
35.5 x 35.5 cm
2021


RM 590  / Available

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17 B

What Flows, Flows

Alicia Lau
Acrylic on Canvas
35.5 x 35.5 cm
2021


RM 590  / Available

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"Bukti yang nyata" menunjukkan gambaran Pohon Beringin sebagai simbolisme dunia pra-manusia, yang di huni oleh haiwan dan tumbuhan menerusi ciptaan Tuhan melalui kekuasaannya. Walau bagaimanapun, kesan tangan manusia yang tidak bertanggungjawab telah memusnahkan anugerah dan nikmat ini sehingga memusnahkan alam semula jadi.

Simbol palang merah merujuk kepada isu kemanusiaan dan kesihatan di mana usaha menyelamatkan pesakit dari wabak (al-wahn) dan pembunuhan (al-haraj) yang menimpa dunia dengan mengorbankan banyak nyawa. Gambar catur adalah simbolik kepada pemimpin dan isu politik yang sering berlaku di seluruh negara yang membawa agenda tertentu mereka.

Sementara simbol kuning-hitam di sebelah tepi kanvas merujuk kepada warna warni undang-undang dan peraturan yang di buat untuk mengatur manusia secara zahir mahupun sebaliknya. Kesan hangus pada gambar Pohon Beringin di bahagian sebelah kiri dan kesan retakan pada cat emulsi putih menggambarkan perubahan ekosistem alam yang terkesan dari tindakan manusia." - NIk Mohd Husyaidie

18
 

Bukti yang nyata 


Nik Mohd Husyaidie

Mix media on canvas 

122 x  61 cm ( 2 panel ) 

2020

 

RM 3,500 / Available

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"My artwork explores our human awareness, a sensitivity to what lies beneath our facade. As abstract as it may sound, a quote from “Blind willow, sleeping woman” provides an insight.: I sometimes think that people’s hearts are like deep wells. Nobody knows what’s at the bottom. All you can do is imagine what comes floating to the surface every once in a while.

 

Along the course of our lives, we bury our fears, and memories deep within our well of subconsciousness, forming our emotional schema. If left unaddressed, our physical body becomes subject to our subconsciousness and what we see may be detrimental to our wellbeing. It is when we venture into the dark nights of the soul and confront each fragment of memories deep within our wells, our journey of acceptance begins. Slowly but surely, each step brings us to a new level of awareness and integration of our whole selves." - Joy Ng

19 A
 

Beneath our skin

 

Joy Ng

Oil on Canvas

101 x 100 cm

2021

 

RM2,000  / Available

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"This piece is the first one I created upon graduating. It displays emotions familiar to all fresh graduates and individuals in transitions. It is a contemplation of their own place in the world, services and contribution to the world and mark-making in their lifetime. The subject gazes upon her hand, which is the focus of the artwork and symbolizes “doing”. At the same time, it also represents the fidgeting that accompanies our midnight thoughts and sleepless nights. In addition, I believe that the reality of our life is often constructed by our interpretation of events and self-set standards. I intentionally allowed some paints to show through the base layers to portray our perceived reality. This is because our standards and foundations may be shaky depending on where we derive our values and standards. As trends, ideas and popularity pass quickly, these changes result in a shift in our perceptions and our inner reality. We are prompted to evaluate, “Where are we deriving our ideas and principles of life from?” - Joy Ng

19 B
 

Self Worth

 

Joy Ng

Oil on Canvas

92 x 122 cm

2017

 

RM 1,850  / Available

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"Have a walk into nature;

Being attentive to the details that surround;

Add in random dots.

 

With an interest in nature, I find myself being able to bring my consciousness back to where I am, an ignored place of solitude where I can contemplate, slow down my pace and to observe the things around me. The process of concentrating and focusing on the present moment by bringing the dots walking in nature, embraces time and space. This work corresponds to aspects of minimalist practice on simplicity that transmit the expressions of freedom." Agnes Lau

20
 

Looking through the window

 

Agnes Lau

Oil and ink on wood

91.5 x 91.5 cm 

2021

 

RM 4,100   / Available

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I"n this work, the artist visualizes a composition of a thick fury  cat that is trying to erect its body. the artist plays with monochrome color moods and uses a square format for this artwork.

 

Behind the narration of this artwork is, I was tickled to draw this cat because this cat was the first cat to be part of my family and called him by the nickname "Sulong". I remember and miss my family in the village. But, why did I draw a cat? because he was a astray cat at the time then i found by myself under the car engine while I was still in the village when that cat was a little child. This cat was raised by my father from the cat still little child, until the cat was mature. 

 

Now, the cat is in my house, at Kuala Terengganu. He was the caretaker of the my house area to repel the feral cats that tried to invade my house area. Moreover, it already has its own family. that's about "Sulong" a part of my family and my family cat. - Aiman Aisamuddin

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A part of my family " Sulong "

 

Aiman Aisamuddin

oil on canvas

91x 91 cm

2021

 

RM 1,800   / Available

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22 A
 

Living in a Strange World


Alexandra Hon

Linocut on Zerkall

40.3 x 30.5 cm

2020

(Edition of 15)


RM1,150  / Available

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22 B
 

Dreaming of a White Christmas

 

Alexandra Hon

Linocut on Awagami Okawara Select

15.5 x 21.5 cm

2021

(Edition of 30)


RM 800  / Available

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“As a wildlife artist, the study of species intrigues me especially about its uniqueness. I found it rather interesting that for the Lions, its Mane tells so much about each individual lion: it is their ID card so to speak and holds most information about it. The presence, absence, colour and size of the mane are associated with genetic precondition, sexual maturity, climate and testosterone production; the rule of thumb is that a darker, fuller mane indicates a healthier animal. The mane makes the Lion look so powerful and majestic which has earned him the rightful title as King of the Jungle.” - Christine Das

23 A
 

His Majesty

 

Christine Das

Acrylic on canvas

107 x 107 cm

2021

 

RM5,000  / Available

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“I love trees and it is one subject that is often seen in my works. I regard them as The Giver of Life : a Creation equal to its Creator in terms of its purpose. Resting Place is about the importance of Trees which make up forest. It is home for so many creatures and each tree is like a condo! When you chop down a single tree,  you are chopping down the homes of many living beings. Birds especially rely on trees as their resting place and food provider.”-Christine Das

23 B
 

Resting Place

Christine Das

Acrylic on canvas
107 x 107 cm

2021

 

RM5,000  / Available

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"This artwork is inspired by Dunhuang murals. The thick texture metaphors the profound cultural heritage of Dunhuang. The Dunhuang-style Buddha statues painted with the Gongbi technique are used as the theme of the painting. Use sculpting paste mixed with acrylic to make the bottom texture on the canvas. Then superimpose the silk on the mixture and pour blue epoxy resin to fix the folds of the silk. Use ink to draw the Dunhuang Buddha statue on paper, and then burn the texture of the paper with incense sticks. Put the Buddha image on silk covered with epoxy resin. Finally, blue epoxy resin and transparent epoxy resin were poured on the surface to form a flowing texture." - Liu Runhong

24 A

Untitled-3


Liu Runhong

Mixed Media

30 x 30 cm
2021

 

RM1,200  / Available

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"This artwork is inspired by Dunhuang murals. The thick texture metaphors the profound cultural heritage of Dunhuang. The Dunhuang-style Buddha statues painted with the Gongbi technique are used as the theme of the painting. Use tin foil to create a texture effect on the canvas and color it with acrylic. Draw Dunhuang Buddha statues on paper with ink and water. And burn the texture of the paper with incense sticks. Finally, black epoxy resin and transparent epoxy resin are used on the surface to form a flowing texture. The texture of the bottom layer is superimposed, making the picture full of layers and heaviness." - Liu Runhong

24 B

Untitled-4


Liu Runhong

Mixed Media

30 x 30 cm
2021

 

RM1,200  / Available

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"Inspired by the echoes of blissful lives and mesmerizing aura living in Port Dickson. Through the expression of joyful gestures in my artwork and the use of goggles as an object, a reflection of the activities at the beach. On the contrary, the background of the landscape is being executed in monochromatic colors, a reflection of the abandoned scenery in Port Dickson." - Iylia Afiat

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Dark Shadows lingering over Joyful Moment 3


Iylia Afiat

Mix media on canvas (Two panels)

61 x 182 cm

2021

 

RM2,000 / Available

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"Someone at ease, depicting how people survived in this pandemic era. With the main symbol of the banana field, for her, it is very similar to human growth nowadays. it is related to emotion and human social relations. the simplicity of banana seed itself that can’t grow alone but depends on other banana trees. either young and old. This is very metaphoric to people in her surroundings, people survive whenever it takes, hold on to another. realistically, in our society being stated as “bendera putih“. After all, it will be a wisdom that all of us will be reminiscing on one day." - Izwa Ahmad

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Someone at ease 


Izwa Ahmad

Acrylic on Canvas
76.2 x 76.2 cm 

2021 

 

RM1,000 / Reserved

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"This piece showed a character from Medabot, a Japanese animation series which is called Metabee. This series was released in 1999 in Japan, but became popular in Malaysia around the 2000s. This  robotic character represents technology, hope and future, placed on the centre imaginative naive forest landscape. The artist attempted to juxtapose the seemingly abandoned character against a decoratively floral element symbolic of a stopover space seeking serenity; it’s a self-escape from the hustle and bustle – in hopes of a better future after the pandemic." - Aimman Hafizal

27

Hello Future: KBT-0

 

Aimman Hafizal
Acrylic on canvas

70 x 70 cm

2021

 

RM 1,400 / Available

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"Before skyscrapers and suburbans popped up, we were surrounded by the green forested regions full of energy. The green space sweeps the planet. But due to modernism and fast pace construction the green energy slowly fade. Living in the urban make the artist miss the environ-ment of peace and greeny village views. As to visual his appreciation towards the importance of nature in our daily lives he translated the space around him with shape, colours and line with added various plant in the space." - Helmi Bajilah

28 A

Knowledge is power

Helmi Bajilah
Acrylic on canvas
76.2 x 152 cm
2021


RM 1,900 / Available

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"Before skyscrapers and suburbans popped up, we were surrounded by the green forested regions full of energy. The green space sweeps the planet. But due to modernism and fast pace construction the green energy slowly fade. Living in the urban make the artist miss the environ-ment of peace and greeny village views. As to visual his appreciation towards the importance of nature in our daily lives he translated the space around him with shape, colours and line with added various plant in the space." - Helmi Bajilah

28 B

Knowledge is power

Helmi Bajilah
Acrylic on canvas
76.2 x 152 cm
2021


RM 1,900 / Available

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"The Desire To Live, The Unforgettable Death".

Syakir Hashim
Laser-cut and acrylic on board. 

62 cm x 62 cm

2021

 

RM 1,000 / Reserved

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“Pengkarya ingin menceritakan kehidupan manusia yang berada dalam situasi pandemik COVID-19 yang melanda negara dan seluruh dunia pada ketika ini. Kehidupan manusia bagaikan terkurung dan tersekat demi menjaga SOP untuk mengekang penularan wabak ini yang semakin membimbangkan. Subjek utama yang digunakan ialah haiwan iaitu burung ruak-ruak di dalam sangkar yang sempit sebagai simbolik kepada kehidupan manusia yang berada dalam keadaan sedih dan pasrah berada di dalam rumah. Dalam keadaan ini, segelintir masyarakat hanya mampu termenung mengenang nasib diri dan keluarga. Kelihatan juga seekor lagi burung berada di luar sangkar di tengah panas terik diibaratkan sebagai anggota barisan hadapan yang sanggup bekorban demi melawan wabak ini.” - Amierul Romiza

30

Harapan


Amierul Romiza
Acrylic on canvas

70 X 70 cm

2021

 

RM 800 / Available

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"Siri Hijau Alam ialah sebuah siri yang menjadikan alam seperti gunung-ganang, hutan ,air terjun dan tumbuh-tumbuhan sebagai sumber rujukan. Abstrak Expressionism merupakan cara pengkarya menterjemahkan hasil lukisan beliau." - Fizrie Azhan

31 A

Siri Hijau Alam “Hayat Si Gunung Jerai”

Fizrie Azhan

Acrylic on Canvas

60 x 84.5 cm

2021

 

RM 800 / Available

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31 B

Siri Hijau Alam “Hayat Si Gunung Jerai II”


Fizrie Azhan

Acrylic on Canvas

76 x 92 cm

2021

 

RM 950 / Available

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"MEMORIES  dan ILLUSION karya ini banyak mengimbau kenangan sewaktu di persekolahan dimana banyak perkara dipelajari secara dekat dengan alam sekitar banyak permainan dan aktiviti antaranya mandi di paya,menangkap ikan di lubuk,mencari serangga2 dan pelbagai aktiviti-aktiviti yang dekat dengan alam bersama sahabat2 sekepala ,kini internet dan telefon pintar menjadi pengaruh yang besar dalam kehidupan terutamanya remaja di zaman ini yang kurang berinteraksi dengan alam..seperti pepatah lama..tak kenal maka tak cinta..persoalannya jika tak kenal bagaimana nak menjaganya?” –Haris Kadir

32 A

Illusion

Haris Kadir

Acrylic on Canvas & Transfer image
70cm x 88 cm 

2021


RM 1,500 / Available

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32 B


MEMORIES

Haris Kadir

Acrylic On Canvas
157 x70 cm
2019 

 

RM  2,200 / Available

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“My work was a self-expression of how I experience auditory hallucination over the years as I was diagnosed as bipolar disorder with auditory hallucination. A series of paintings that explain how I evolved myself while dealing with my battle of mental illness over the years. A glimpse of how auditory hallucination affects me as a whole person of struggles and self - doubts with my mental illness. It is not something that will go away overnight, it is a part of me and I must fight every day to be someone better in the future. It is something that I would like to share my stories through art about my auditory hallucination.” - Siti Aishah binti Shahruddin

33 A

Escaping from Amelia 


Siti Aishah Binti Shahruddin
Acrylic on Canvas
70 cm radius circle
2021


RM 1,500 / Available

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33 B

Escaping from Amelia II


Siti Aishah Binti Shahruddin
Acrylic on Canvas
70 cm radius circle
2021


RM 1,500 / Available

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‘" 'Suria I’ and ‘Suria II’ portray the uncomfortable composition of energy imbalance between two unsettled and unrest forces competing for space rigorously while unconsciously complementing one another in denial. A metaphorical visual to represent the relationship between two entities of opposite behaviour; one is reserved while the other is expansive; both are not symmetrical nor perfect but they are perfectly composed in a frame." - Ali Shazali

34 A

Suria I


Ali Shazali

Wood and rattan

118.9 x 84.1 cm

2021

 

RM 1,000 / Available

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34 B

Suria II


Ali Shazali

Wood and rattan

118.9 x 84.1 cm

2021

 

RM 1,000 / Available

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"Karya ini menceritakan tentang diri saya semasa tahun 2019, Dimana banyak kejayaan yang saya perolehi pada tahun 2019 dengan usaha saya sendiri.Dalam karya yang berwarna-warni ini mengesahkan ibu bapa saya yang merwarnai diri saya seperti "kain putih di corakan oleh ibubapa "dan titisan emas ini adalah " kerjayaan" yang saya dipeolehi pada tahun 2019." - Fendigua

34 B

Titian Emas

Fendigua
Mix media on canvas
91 x 62 cm
2020


RM 550 / Available

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"The main idea for my painting is “unity”. In my opinion, unity is about the relationship between one and others which is the same reason as to why I chose this process as the main idea. It shows the symbol of relation which basically happens between the artist and their artworks. I am very subtle with all the processes and decision-making in my artworks because the process itself brings up the conversation between the artist (me) and the artwork such as decision-making in the canvas, erasing and layering to evoke satisfaction in it. Occasionally, I would rely on the chance of the process of accidental and incidental effects on the canvas.


My abstract painting does not involve any sketches in order to compose the structure. Abstract is very organic to me. In other words, I would often let the outcomes display naturally and unplanned because the process can make my painting change from time to time until I decide that the final outcomes meet my satisfaction. Somehow, my unplanned painting technique makes the painting feel alive as if the canvas brings up the conversation and arguments between it (artwork) and myself." - Nadzrin Haziq

36

Belukar


Nadzrin Haziq
Oil paint, oil pastel and charcoal on canvas
130 x 80 cm
2021


RM 2,000 / Available

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37 A

Perpetual


Afiq Romi

Graphite on Paper

29.7 x 42 cm

2021

 

RM 500 / Reserved

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37 B

Reflection


Afiq Romi

Graphite on Paper

29.7 x 42 cm

2021

 

RM 500 / Reserved

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"This senior, when he was a young man, spent his life gallivanting with women oblivious to his family and surroundings. Now he leads a lonely life without his loved ones." - Sayuti bin Chik Tajudin

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Portrait 1


Kam Yew Chee

Watercolor on watercolor paper

21 x 29.7 cm

2021

 

RM 500 / Available

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Belenggu 1 / Wretched 1


Sayuti bin Chik Tajudin

Charcoal and acrylic on canvas

122 x 92 cm

2010

 

RM 4,000 / Available

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"In this painting, the flowers depict people and show that some flowers are sad during the day and the other flowers around them are judging them. Once the day has transitioned into night, some flowers bloom and are happy but there are still flowers around to judge them. While these flowers are unaware, there is a snake that lurks amongst the flowers in the garden." - Zoe Iman

40 A

Garden Of Eden

 

Zoe Iman

Acrylic on Canvas

153 x 90 cm 

2021

 

RM 4,500 / Available

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"This painting depicts two people who aren’t compatible with each other but stay under the false pretence of love." - Zoe Iman

40 B

False Pretense
 

Zoe Iman
Acrylic on Canvas
30 x 30 cm
2020

RM 1,200 / Available

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“As a Teenager, I was obsessed with manga, video game, anime, cartoon, & action figure and was subsequently tagged as an "otaku," a subset of Japanese culture primarily made up of young males who forfeit social skills for personal pastimes. When I was a teenager, I thought 'otaku' was something embarrassing.  I was embarrassed, that I was an otaku. Eventually however, I started apply on canvas that embarrassment could be a weapon and it is interesting to let that embarrassment.” - Muhammad Shirhan bin Samsul Bahri

41

Angan- Angan Berkotak Besi

Muhammad Shirhan Bin Samsul Bahri

91 x 122 cm

Acrylic on canvas

2021

 

RM 1,850 / Available

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"My work is inspired by the history of Malaysia, in 1958 the "Bunga Raya" was named as the National Flower among seven other flowers choices. Bunga Raya is also symbolic of the history of the formation of Malaysia (Peninsular Land Coalition, Sarawak, Sabah and Singapore). It’s in line with the combination of dots on my artwork that are continuous with each other to form a Hibiscus visual." - SM Raja

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Dirgahayu Negaraku

 

SM Raja

75 X 75 cm

Acrylic on canvas

2021

 

RM1,000 / Available

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"“Aromanya  yang  semerbak  harum  serta  rupanya  yang  indah,  sehingga  begitu  mempersona bukan hanya kumbang kumbang, malah manusia untuk menyuntingnya.  Sekuntum mawar itu sungguh menggoda teruntuk mata mata yang melihatnya. Mawar itu lebih sempurna kerana ada durinya,  dan  durinyalah  yang  membuat mawar  itu  dikatakan  mawar.  Oleh  kerana  tangkainya berduri maka tidaklah mudah untuk menyuntingnya sembarangan kerana takut tertusuk oleh durinya – demikianlah perempuan.”:  = Adinur Iman

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Teruntuk Perempuan Dalam Dakapan Kasih Tuhan.

Adinur Iman
Pen, ink, and watercolour on 360gsm acid-free paper   
30.5 x 45.8 cm
2021


RM 150 / Available

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"Rindu itu berbuah lara..Jika kita sentuh soal kekeluargaan, memang tidak dapat dipisahkan perasaan rindu dengan tiap tiap jasad yang punyai jiwa. Dek kekangan masa, ruang dan keadaan yang belum stabil sepenuhnya, luruhnya kalbu dihimpit rindu.. Itulah yang cuba disampaikan menerusi karya bertajuk 'Lanskap Silam' ini dimana suasana kampung dengan elemen melayu jelas terpahat di hamparan kanvas, diatur oleh sentuhan warna warna dramatis, berlatar-belakangkan reban kayu sebagai subjek utama dan disokong oleh dua ekor burung serindit sebagai penguat idea dan visual. 

Terpisah kerana waktu dan perihnya menahan rindu bukan perkara yang boleh diperolok-olokkan. Lantas dengan daya ingatan yang kuat, terimbas sejenak dimana masih segar di ingatan melihat ayahanda bermain dengan burung peliharaannya, desiran angin lembut menyapa pipi tua yang makin kering dan lelah, lantas suasana nyaman desa itu memberi haruman yang kuat, sehinggakan bisa terhidu walau terpisah jarak puluhan batu. Imbasan dan igauan ini menjadi titik tolak terhasilnya karya yang kelihatan agak 'valuable' pada saya, kerana karya ini saya dedikasikan khas buat Ayahanda tercinta. Semoga masa memberi ruang untuk kita, bertamu di halaman bonda, mudah mudahan.”  - Adinur Iman

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Lanskap Silam

Hafizuddin Mat Yashim

Acrylic on canvas

2ft x 2ft

2021 

 

RM 1,200 / Available

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"Having light inside oneself is important to be calm, be strong, not afraid." - Ooi Jiin Yuan

45 A

Let There Be Light, 

 

Ooi Jiin Yuan

Hand embroidery on tulle and canvas

85 x 60cm

2021

 

RM 1,350 / Available

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"The world needs more faith, courage and wisdom" - Ooi Jiin Yuan

45 B

Iris

 

Ooi Jiin Yuan
Hand embroidery on tulle and canvas
44 x 30 cm

2021

 

RM 800 / Available

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"Back in my early teen years, I really wish I had a pair of Converse shoes. I felt that was the coolest shoe in my eyes at the moment. But as a teen, the price of that branded shoes was quite expensive. So, after I graduated secondary school, got my first part time job and with my first paycheck, I bought the shoes. Still remembered the euphoric feelings at that time. At first, I rarely wear it, afraid it will get dirtier. But as time passes and I entered university. The shoes turned to my almost daily wear shoes. Got to admit it’s not the comfiest and it took times to take off the shoes because of the high cut style. Nevertheless, I was happy because I got to put on my favourite shoes. But now, the shoes are already worn out, the soles have gotten thinner, and the shoelace wasn’t the whitest as like the first time I bought. Pretty upset as I couldn’t wear it anymore but really appreciated the memories and experience gained during wearing the Red Converse shoes." - Atikah Azman

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Hanging for Dear Life


Atikah Azman
Linocut on paper
59.4 x 84.1cm

2018


RM 1,200 / Available

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"As an artist, I’m essentially interested in expressing and capturing the beauty of mundane subject matter. My inspiration originates from a traditional malay quatrain called ‘Pantun Hutang Emas, Hutang Budi’ which symbolize the essence of virtue (budi) and plays a pivotal role in every aspect of Malay culture. The artwork I recreated on this canvas illustrates the opening two verses of the famous classical poem by literal sense. Pisang emas dibawa belayar, Masak sebiji diatas peti, Hutang emas boleh dibayar, Hutang budi di bawa mati." - Nazreen Nor

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Layar

Nazreen Nor
Oil on Canvas
43 x 61cm
2021


RM 800 / Available

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48

 

DiRaja


Firdaus Nordin

Acrylic, Bitumen, Industrial paint on aluminium

61cm x 31.5 cm (5 panel)

2019


RM 400 / Reserved

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"Nature terms often involve human activity at one time, either directly or indirectly. My idea deals with perceiving mundane objects who look up to nature which leads us into the environment of life that creates the features of landscapes through self-interpretation" - Asmida Ariffin

49 A

 

... was Born


Asmida Ariffin
Collagraph on paper
43 x 45 cm
2021


RM 650 / Reserved

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49 B

 

Born Anew


Asmida Ariffin
Collagraph on paper
43 x 45 cm
2021


RM 650 / Reserved

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"Not all that exists would be seen." - Laila AlGari

50

 

كابش /Secret Window

Laila AlGari
Acrylic on canvas
46 x 36 cm (framed)
2021


RM 750 / Available

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51 A

 

Amaro Porano Jaha Chay

 

Mona KV

15 cm x 23 cm

Ink on paper 

2020

 

RM 350 / Available

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51 B

 

My Future Self

 

Mona KV

15 cm x 23 cm

Ink on paper 

2020

 

RM 350 / Available

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"Let us hold a moment of silence for those who died in COVID-19 pandemic." - Fong Jia Lok

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The Moment of Silence

Fong Jia Lok

Oil, ink and acrylic

60 x 30 cm

2021

 

RM 1,200 / Available

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“This social question imposes. Many are dedicated to it and study it swiftly to resolve it. Even art should not be alienated from this movement to a destination that is still unknown but which is understood to be better than present conditions." - Guiseppe Pellizza, On attending a workers’ protest in Turin, prior to commencing Ambasciatori della Fame, c. early 1890s

"This acrylic portrait of a bricklayer is from ‘A Malaysian Emergency, 2020-2021’. It is part of a portrait series derived from photographs, life studies, and allegorical compositions based on the Lawan protest movement throughout the MCO period.” - Brandon Anak Simon Scott

53 A

 

Study of a Malaysian Emergency


Brandon Anak Simon Scott
Acrylic on panel
34  x 49 cm
2021

 

RM 1,500 / Available

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“Depicting the urgency of the here and now is a crucial element in my practice. Whether en plein air in landscape compositions, or alla prima portraiture, the urge to record an instance is something that I try to express through the practice of working from life. My aim is to project an aesthetic quality of presence in otherwise overlooked, or neglected sites and subject matter, being a record of a particular quality of light observed in that location.

 

 

This plein air painting is a depiction of a woodshed found in a typical bidayuh bori toyak, or farmhouse. Done over several dozen 3-hour sessions from life, the painting is part of 'Menua Kitai', a series looking at the histories and cultural practices associated with the customary land of indigenous peoples in East and West Malaysia.” - Brandon Anak Simon Scott

53 B

 

Study of a Malaysian Emergency


Brandon Anak Simon Scott
Acrylic on panel
34  x 49 cm
2021

 

RM 1,500 / Available

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“Karya ini menceritakan tentang pengalaman dan pemerhatian saya yang berkarya di kawasan kebun durian. Bulan Februari bermulanya musim bunga durian, semasa saya berkarya di waktu malam saya memerhati di kawasan kebun di mana saya merasai keindahan alam seperti bulan mengambang dan bunyi suara Sang Burung Hantu yang mendamaikan. Keindahan alam anugerah Allah SWT telah memberikan saya suatu nikmat ketenangan yang tidak ternilai, simbol batu nisan yang ada di karya ini bermaksud penanda yang mengingatkan saya peristiwa ini dan kehidupan hanya sekali sahaja.” - Luqman Yusry

54 A

 

Bulan Februari

Luqman Yusry
Pen on paper
59 x 42 cm

2021


RM 650 / Reserved

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“Karya ini menceritakan tentang pengalaman dan pemerhatian saya yang berkarya di kawasan kebun durian. Bulan Mac bermulanya bunga durian berkembang, di waktu malam saya berjalan berseorangan sambil memerhati pokok durian. Di mana saya terlihat Kelawar bertebangan mencari rezeki dan pada masa yang sama Kelawar mendebungakan pohon durian,Kelawar dan pohon durian saling membantu  sesungguhnya kuasa Allah SWT tidak mampu kita tandingi hanya dengan melihat peristiwa ini mampu memberikan ketenangan hati. Simbol batu nisan yang ada di karya ini bermaksud penanda yang mengingatkan saya peristiwa ini dan kehidupan hanya sekali sahaja.” - Luqman Yusry

54 B

 

Bulan Mac

Luqman Yusry
Pen on paper
59 X 42 cm
2021


RM 650 / Reserved

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"In our current time of uncertainty, we experience lots of changes. Life constantly shifting and transforming. Changes provide opportunities to reflect on what matters and enhance our perspectives on humankind. As the only lasting truth is change, the question is, do we change with it? How are we embracing it?” - Putri Amrizal

55 A

 

Resilience

Putri Amrizal
Watercolor, hand sanitizer on Arches Aquarelle watercolor paper 300gsm
21cm x 29.7cm
2021


RM 250 / Reserved

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55 B

 

Ambiguity

 

Putri Amrizal
Watercolour, hand sanitiser on Arches Aquarelle watercolour paper 300gsm
21 x 29.7cm
2021


RM 250 / Reserved

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“Dalam waktu pandemik melanda , mod kuarantin menjadi tidak asing lagi bagi kita semua. Bahkan dunia luar menjadi aneh seolah-olah tidak diketahui apa yang berlaku dan keberadaannya. Dengan menggunakan ruang rumah ianya memberi refleksi terhadap keadaan semasa yang lebih banyak diluangkan di ruang sendiri berbanding luar. Meskipun bukan mudah untuk menghadapi wabak ini tetapi menjadi tanggungjawab kita untuk melawannya. Kerusi ini memberi simbolik kepada kita yang masih memiliki tempat untuk kekal meneruskan hidup walaupun tenat tetapi tidak mustahil ianya akan beransur pulih. Walau pelbagai kesulitan yang ditempuh , saya mengilhamkan lampu isyarat sebagai pembayang antara dua pilihan yang kita ada sama ada teruskan berharap atau sebaliknya . Tidak ada istilah putus asa jika kemenangan yang kita impikan untuk melawan wabak ini.” - Nursyahmi Syazwin

56

 

Floating Hope

Nursyahmi Syazwin
Oil on canvas
122 x 61 cm
2021


RM 1,300 / Available

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“Influenced much by the works from Jean-Michel Basquiat, I’m trying to apply my character with collaging the objects we used to draw when we’re small such as sun at corner, mountain with plants or trees in front. The overall inspiration is from balcony during one raining day when I’m working from home.” -  Jefferson Ng

57

 

Native


Jefferson Ng

Acrylic on Canvas

30 x 30 cm
2021

 

RM 600 / Reserved

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“When you cant find the sunshine, be the sunshine, there are always hope even when you are at the lowest point of life, keep believing. Spread the love and happiness into your life.” - Diana Ismail

58

 

You Are My Sunshine

Diana Ismail
Acrylic on Canvas
40 x 40 cm
2021


RM 950 / Available

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“Karya bertajuk ‘choice’ merupakan satu isu yang kerap memain kan peranan terhadap individu atau kelompok yang ramai dalam membuat percaturan atau sesuatu keputusan yang terbaik. Pengkarya telah melahirkan sebuah lukisan dengan mengambarkan bunga teratai biru yang mempunyai deria yang begitu kuat. Bagi agama Buddha, makna bunga teratai adalah kesucian tubuh dan jiwa yang suci. Oleh itu, dalam kehidupan mestilah membuat pilihan yang bijak untuk mendapatkan sesuatu nilai yang bernilai.” - Hidayatullah Hamzah

59

 

Choice

Hidayatullah Hamzah
Spray Paint, Acrylic, Maker Permenant.

50 x 70 cm
2021


RM 800 / Available

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60 A

 

Hot Chairs OKAY?

Ahmad Fikril Haniff
Oil, acrylic and silkscreen on canvas
61 x 61 cm

2018


RM 1,800 / Available

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60B

Old Timer 

 

Ahmad Fikril Haniff
Acrylic and Oil on Canvas
134.5 x 130cm
2018


RM 2,800/ Available

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“As a child, the only person who understood my imaginations was myself, and my soft toys. I turned to art as a means to express these creative thoughts and build a safe haven for me and my furry friends. The clown is what I imagined the monsters under my bed to look like – after all, I was home alone.” - Danielle Lin

61 A

The Clown’s Ride

Danielle Lin

Acrylic on canvas

150 x 120 cm

2021

 

RM2,800 / Available

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“Often, I ate alone. This was even more so when I started living by myself for the first time. I would think of my father, and of the times when we used to play and eat together when I was younger. However, my only dinner companion during those lonesome nights was whatever I had conjured in my mind” - Danielle Lin

61 B

The Clown’s Dinner

Danielle Lin
Acrylic on canvas
150 x 120 cm
2021


RM2,800 / Available

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“I approach my personal story as a chicken farmer’s daughter in a series of work. Last nineteenth years ago, while I am in sixth years old, my father worked as a chicken farmer. He bred chicken in a land of three acres, in Jeram Kuala Selangor. My father has three chicken coops with about thousands of chickens. We are living in a Malay Traditional house and our life is poor. I have eight siblings, a father and also a mother at that time. It is not easy living in the village, surrounded by thousands of chickens, and our family looks so disgusting by our neighbours. Just like we know, the red carpet is usually used to celebrate special guests. So I try to put the chicken on the red carpet to celebrate the chicken as a special animal for me, and my family. They are part of our family and they cheer our life. But although the life was full of guesses and challenges, all of that had long been passed and became the most beautiful memories of my life.” - Faidah Nazeri

62

Aksi Si Jaguh

 

Faidah Nazeri

Acrylic on Canvas

91.44 x 91.44 cm

2019

 

RM3,500 / Available

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"In this fast homogenizing world, I find that local folk culture is the thread to my roots. I blend my love for folk art and admiration of classical artists into my works. The further I feel away from my roots, the more it pulls me back and emerges in my art." - Tulika Prakash

63

Introspection

 

Tulika Prakash   

Acrylic & Texture

60 x 60 cm

2021


RM 3,000 / Available

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"This painting is a reminder for me that there is a bigger world out there as well as within. It's a painting of a son feeling excited about a bug he sees in the garden as well as the perspective of a frightened little bug, and from his mother perspective as an adult trying to be present. Each to their own world, co-existing with one another..." - Aisya Masran

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Mommy Look It’s a Bug

 

Aisya Masran

Acrylic & Interior Paint on 

91.5 x 122cm

 

RM 2,000 / Available

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“This piece celebrates lost relationships, be they platonic or romantic. While stitching this piece, my mind went back to lost connections, lost friendships/relationships. I thought of conversations as the lines emerge in this piece. I thought of memories of moments, meaningful only to the one who still recalls it, and even in recollection perhaps not even close to what really happened. I thought of how reminiscing adds a different tone to an overlooked conversation between people who ended up losing each other.

 

We don’t have to remain or try to reconnect. The beauty of a moment stays in that time and space. We can only celebrate the fact that it existed. I let you go as you let me go. Thank you for the time and space we shared. May we go on our journeys safely.” - Xeem Noor

65

Lost Conversations

 

Xeem Noor

Watercolour and embroidery on unprimed linen in embroidery hoop,

40 x 40cm

2021

 

RM 1,000 / Available

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“The Endless Chatter series is inspired by the concept of the butterfly effect. This concept is vividly expressed as: The cause of a tornado in Texas, USA, may be caused by a butterfly flapping its wings in the Amazon River two weeks ago. Meteorologists believe that there are ‘countless butterflies’ in the sky affecting our weather.

 

 Since the epidemic began to spread, the world has been particularly noisy. Various rumours and information flooded in through the internet/mobile phones. All kinds of disputes, true and false news, sometimes make me feel irritated. Such endless chatter seems to show me thousands of invisible butterflies flapping their wings. The noise and restlessness spread deep inside”

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The Endless Chatter 

 

Chooi-Ling Keiong

Mixed Media on canvas

84.5 x 59.5cm

2021

 

RM 3,000 / Available

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" The most precious time that all of us need in life is to have quality time with family. Though we faced a lot of problems during the pandemic, I believe the boundaries in the family were strong enough to make all the difference in our lives. These works were focused on the message of the importance of family boundaries in life. By replicating the old drawing from childhood into the new space of art by imitating the old drawing onto the surface. The recreation of folded paper surfaces brings the message of, though it is an old memory of ours still it can give all of us the appreciation and love to the family." - Saiful Aiman

67

Siri Kereta Kecil Warna Merah 

 

Saiful Aiman Asraf

Paper Clay,Color Pencils, Crayon, Ink 

Variety Dimensions

2021

 

RM 500 / Available

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68A

Embracing You

Rishya Roslan

Graphite pencil on paper
30 x 30 cm
2021

 

RM 2,000 / Available

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68B

In Your Arms

Rishya Roslan

Graphite pencil on paper
30 x 30 cm
2021

 

RM 2,000 / Available

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69A

Perfect Willow

Nur Khairi Hamidi

Oil on oil painting paper
30 x 42 cm
2021


RM 550 / Available

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69 B

Fall


Nur Khairi Hamidi
Oil on oil painting paper
30 x 42 cm

2021

 

RM 550 / Available

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“This work came about when I was intrigued by Mufti Menk’s words in relation to a lesson from a tree. He interprets the tree as a being with a high self-esteem. The tree does not care what people around say, and only does its job as a tree.” -Wan Ahmad Idham

 

"Whether there are birds that want to perch or not, I don't care.. I will still provide the fruit every year. I will still give shade to anyone who wants to take advantage of it.. I will still bloom flowers, no matter you want to enjoy it  or not.. I will still do my job, and it doesn't matter what people say about me in terms of negativity. I am going to be positive.." - Mufti Menk

70

If I Were A Tree

Wan Ahmad Idham

Ballpoint pen and Acrylic on canvas

80 cm x 100 cm 

2021

 

RM 800 / Available

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“Arms are an important part of human beings {Look at your arm, you are already a lucky person}. This is to say that the longhouses in Sarawak have been disturbed by the pandemic, and they will not be able to interact with each other for a while. What kind of state is this lack of warmth and voice?” - Lim Tong Xin

71 A

Interesting news

Lim Tong Xin
Ink on paper
29.7 x 42 cm
2021


RM 1,500 / Available

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“The tiger symbolizes the Malaysian people’s persistent struggle against the pandemic, the Willy who can defeat the plague no matter how difficult it is.” - Lim Tong Xin

71 B

Insist

Lim Tong Xin
Ink on paper
29.7 x 42 cm
2021


RM 1,800 / Available

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72 A

Siri tanah Gumum ( Tinta mimpi Liyana)

Elly Nor Suria

Mixed media on 300 gsm paper

42 x 59 cm

2020

 

RM 1,000 / Available

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72 B

Siri Tanah Gumum (Lanskap cinta gumum)

 

Elly Nor Suria

Mixed media on 300 gsm paper

42 x 59 cm

2020

 

RM 1,000 / Available

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73 A

Kuarantina

Hazrol Salleh

Oil paint on canvas

30 x 30 cm

2020

 

RM 500 / Available

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73 B

Kun Fa Ya Kun

Hazrol Salleh

Oil Paint on Canvas

61 x  91 cm

2020

 

RM 1,200 / Available

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" Pada subuh bermula dasar pertama. Kurang maya lalu hati direntap perasaan gusar pada bulan mencabar. Hamba lalu terus kepada gabungan warna awalan pemula calitan setahun lalu. Gemar pada hijauan, suka pada senja.

 

Sejujurnya muka ini adalah lukisan graviti yang dibantu pemilik. Hamba hanya berada sebagai perantara. Terus menikmati ciptaan ini lalu lahir pertembungan tenang dan gusar. Garik dan garisan. Pusing dan hempasan. Catuan dan spontan. Tegak dan terbalik." - Nizar Manaf

74 A

TULUS: Muka 3


Nizar Manaf

Acrylic on canvas

183 x 183 cm

2016

 

RM 5,000/ Available

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" Biru tanda kami diambang malam seribu bulan. Alangkah baiknya semua insan beroleh rahmat malam lalu terus diangkat darjat. Sesungguhnya rahmatnya tidak terbendung banyaknya seluas semesta. Dari awal ia seolah dongakkan rasul agung ke langit tenang malam. Pengharapan setiap insan hidup, makhluk dan seisinya: natijah zaman tika sekarang seperti tidak ada penghujung maka belas ihsan yang agung jadi taruhan hidup. Hidup lalu terasa kecil nilai alam ini dibanding buku akhir nanti. Objek berdiri seolah menunggu catitan dingin sejuk nyaman berbanding azab berzaman. Pada dia hamba berharap. Pada esa umat merintih." - Nizar Manaf

74 B

TULUS: Tuai Amal


Nizar Manaf

Acrylic on Canvas
152 x 121 cm

2020


RM 2,500 / Available

1. (a) Nurul Adlina Ghazali, Segan Hujan dalam Senja, Acrylics on canvas,5 ft x 4 f, 2021.

“This artworks described that the sunlight rays were penetrated through the drizzling and light rains. The phenomenon itself caught the artist’s inner emotions. The artist felt very astonished with the process behind the nature phenomenon. This artworks does remind the artist the beauty of nature around us. The artist tries to deliver the senses of calm and tranquil through this artwork.”- Nurul Adlina Ghazali

75 A

Segan Hujan dalam Senja

Nurul Adlina Ghazali
Acrylics on canvas
152 x 122 cm
2021


RM 1,800 / Available

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 “Impressed by how visually dramatic the whole ambience are during the dusk hour. The calm  and  sudden  quiet  ambience  during  Maghrib. 

The  artist  would  like  to  remind  the audience that every hour and changes of time by time of days are matter and beautiful. It’s also symbolizes the transitions between the warmth of daytime and the coldness of night time.” - Nurul Adlina Ghazali

75 B

Salam Maghrib

Nurul Adlina Ghazali
Oil on canvas
152 x 122 cm
2021


RM 1,500/ Available

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“The state of the new norms in this country has a lot of impact and negative effects on our entire society. It is a difficult challenge for Malaysia to continue to fight and be strong in addressing the issues it faces. This artwork reflects the current situation with a personal interpretation through the making process. The darkness represents the misery the country was going through. The effect of a collision between two different properties creates a new texture on a surface. It is symbolic of the impact of this pandemic on Malaysia in dealing with the current crisis. The painter insists that he was not painting the flag but painting the current situation.” - Dzur Fazreen Dzulkiffli

76 A

Bayangan Gerhana 

 

Dzur Fazreen Dzulkiffli 

Oil on canvas

21.92 x 121.92cm

2021

 

RM 2,000 / Available

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“This concept of work is reflections and observations of my experience during this pandemic. Through the metaphorical depiction of strategy and planning, I have attempted to narrate my experience to keep surviving. Winning or losing it doesn’t matter.”- Dzur Fazreen Dzulkiffli

76 B

Motion soul

Dzur Fazreen Dzulkiffli 

Oil on canvas

88 x 102cm 

2021

 

RM 550/ Available

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“From a psychological perspective, emotion is the word used to describe the complex state of instinctive or intuitive feeling. Our surroundings, circumstances, and reasoning can create emotional waves that have influence over our thought and behaviour. I visualize these waves of emotions as an infinite form; it is a continuous cycle of circumstances, which translates to feelings, and then actions.” - Afiq Zainal

77

Gelombang Emosi

Afiq Zainal
Arcylic and spray paint on canvas
56 x 46 cm
2021 


RM 800 / Available

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78

Convalescence

Amri Ibrahim
Oil paint on canvas
60 x 60 cm
2020


RM 700 / Available

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"“The medium of most of what I paint is oil on canvas and my focus is on capturing the faces and expressions of my subjects, as well as objects and spaces that are significant to their lives.” - Mary Ann Thomas

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The Best of Me

Mary Ann Thomas
Oil on Canvas
30 x 30 cm
2021


RM 1,000 / Available

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Today is about to end 

Wong Chee Hwa
oil on canvas
60 x 60 cm
2021


RM 1,500 / Available

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“In fighting and protesting the pandemic issues. There are a number of people in our country (Malaysia) who are defying the government's current orders, which has resulted in even more devastating pandemic issues. My artwork expresses my current point of view as well as my critical commentary on that specific group of people. I ought to  deliver a Malay proverb which are called “Bagai mencurah air di daun keladi” to cynically criticize those particular groups of disobedient people” - Dariel Farzee

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They Can't Be Bothered


Dariel Farzee

Oil on canvas

91 x 121 cm

2021

 

RM 1,100 / Available

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“This work is about a new life in a traditional Chinese family. In this work, the cradle is something that the Malaysian people are still using to soothe their children. When a newborn is born, the Chinese tend to worship God to bless the children to be safe and sound.” - Lim Soon Hock

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New life

Lim Soon Hock

Acrylic and image transfer on canvas
91 x 121 cm

2021 

 

RM 1,500 / Available

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“Time is going… This work is about my grandma. It’s about her previous experience and now she’s just alone in the room as if her life was still a dream to the end.”- Lim Soon Hock

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Passing of the time 


Lim Soon Hock
Acrylic and image transfer on canvas
91 x 121 cm

2021

 

RM 1,500 / Available

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Chinese Chess 

 

Yazi Jaclyn

Acrylic and pencil on canvas

60 x 90 cm

2018


RM 2,000 / Available

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Monopoly

 

Yazi Jaclyn
Acrylic and pencil on canvas
60 x 90 cm (each)

2018

 

RM 2,000 / Available

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“Having been unable to visit my sons in Canada due to the pandemic, I was reminded of a time I spent with them during my stay. Trekking through a reserved forest with my sons, we caught sight of a light house in the distance. Standing tall and firm on a pier, at the base of the light house, we were greeted with a magnificent view of the solemn sea. From despair to hope, we have to bear in mind that after the hard times, the good times will flow. Similarly, I will be reunited with my children once again.” - Alex Liong

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Boundless Horizon

Alex Liong

Clay and mixed media on reinforced board
38 x 25cm
2021

 

RM 1,000 / Available

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“This artwork allows me to reminisce about the times I had with my long-lost uncle prior to Covid-19. Before the pandemic, while on the way to visit my uncle in Australia, I came across a desert in the outskirts of town. All around me, millions of sandstones formed together to create pillared structures in this lonely place. Since I was young, my excitement grew whenever I expected to meet my uncle. Like a cactus in the desert, he lives alone, sustaining himself in this strange and challenging environment. His positive attitude in life serves as a strong encouragement to me and I will always be thinking of him and his relevance in my life.” - Alex Liong

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Survival of the Fittest

Alex Liong

Clay and mixed media on reinforced board
38 x 25cm
2021

 

RM 1,000 / Available

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"“Lost in different dimension” adalah sebuah karya yang diinspirasi daripada pengalaman pengkarya dalam menterjemahkan keadaan semasa pendamik berlaku terhadap dirinya.  Seperti berada dalam keadaan kekeliruan, tanda tanya, dan tersekat. Karya ini dihasilkan dengan menggabungkan visual “invert” dan visual biasa bagi menyampaikan mesej yang tersurat dan tersirat" - Hasbi  Hazairin

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Lost In different Dimension

Hasbi Hazairin
Acrylic, oil, soil and soft pastel on Canvas

60 x 60 cm

2021

 

RM 1,300 / Available

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“This artwork is an expression of my perspective of this year's celebration of Independence Day. We've come a long way since our first 'Merdeka' celebration during the pandemic last year. Last year, it was all about staying strong and finding meaning behind celebrating that special day since we underwent lockdown. Personally, at that time, I felt that we were all united in fighting against Covid-19. However, as time passed, we saw many of our great icons and leaders fighting amongst each other, corruption becoming more apparent, incredulous policies implemented and double standard treatment by government officials becoming clearer that the hashtag ‘#KitaJagaKita’ was commonly used in the media. People were disunited, broken and hopeless by the country's situation. This caused me to question the meaning of this year’s Independence Day.  How could we celebrate without acknowledging the issues at hand? Was last year’s fight all for naught?” - Ana Alasri

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Torn Mask

Ana Alasri

Ink on paper

29.7 x 42.0 cm

2021

 

RM 200 / Available

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Survive l

 

Yong Hui Lin

Acrylic, charcoal, soft pastel on canvas

150cm x 120 cm

2019

 

RM 3,000 / Available

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After the Splendid Moment

Yong Hui Lin
Mixed media on canvas
120 x 120 cm (diptych)
2020


RM 4,000 / Available

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Kamar Merah

Firdaus Ismail
Acrylic on canvas

92 x 75 cm

2021

 

RM 2,600 / Available

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“The landscape has the vibrancy of emerging through weather and exposing the untamed sublime beauty of the earth. Creating our own beautiful world with darkness and light intermingled throughout our days” - Adeline Shatsala

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