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黃運南水彩畫工作坊 Ng Woon Lam NWS AWS-DF Watercolor Workshop

Posted by ngwoonlam on March 3, 2017

黃運南水彩畫工作坊
Ng Woon Lam NWS AWS-DF Watercolor Workshop
著名水彩畫大師黃運南來香港教授水彩畫工作坊!
日期 Oct 19-21, 2017
地點: 上環德輔道中 255號錦甡大廈十四樓
費用 :650 一堂
Oct 19, Oct 20
6:30-9:30pm
Oct 21
4-7pm
查詢:
Whatapp Calvin Li 92435018
Ng Woon Lam, NWS AWS-DF is a Singapore watercolor artists with signature membership from both American Watercolor Society (AWS) and National Watercolor Society (NWS). He has won a total of more than 50 international and national juried art awards. He received his Dolphin Fellowship (AWS-DF) from the most prestigious watercolor society, American Watercolor Society (AWS) after winning his second AWS Bronze Medal from AWS 147th Annual International Show in 2014.
He is currently teaching watercolor and drawing full time at School of Art, Design and Media, Nanyang Technological University (NTU). With his 30 over years of experience in art, especially in watercolor painting, he has recently published his art theory textbook, ‘Practical Applications of Color Theory & Design Concepts’ for art students as well as art enthusiasts.
Woon Lam’s articles and artworks are featured in most of the world-renowned art magazines, including, The Watercolor Artist, The Artist Magazine, International Artist Magazine, and French watercolor magazine (L’Art de L’Aquarelle).
This is a rare opportunity for you to learn from Woon Lam who has both theoretical and practical knowledge in watercolor art.
履歷
黃運南是一位新加坡水彩藝術家,擁有美國水彩畫會(AWS)和全國水彩協會(NWS)的署名會員資格。他贏得了超過50個國際和全國藝術獎。他在2014年全國水彩畫會第147屆國際展上獲第二次AWS銅獎後,獲頒海豚院士榮銜(AWS-DF)。
他目前為南洋理工大學(NTU)藝術設計和媒體學院助理教授,主講水彩和素描課程。他以三十多年的藝術經驗及知識,特別是在水彩畫,出版了他的藝術理論教科書,“應用色彩學與造形概念”。
運南的文章和作品刊登於大多數世界知名的藝術雜誌,包括水彩藝術家,藝術家雜誌,國際藝術家雜誌和法國水彩雜誌。
這是一個難得的機會,您可以從他的理論和實踐過程中學習水彩畫。

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Asian Art Review, In Search of Harmony

Posted by ngwoonlam on January 3, 2017

Asian Art News, Issue 26, Nov 2016, Review (pp37 – pp38)

Street Impression, Penang 2016
Watercolor on Paper
28cm X 38cm
In Search of Harmony 
Ng Woon Lam, NWS, AWSDF5th Solo Exhibition 
Opening: 5th Jan 2017 
On view until 13th Jan 2017 
Ng Woon Lam will showcase his latest exploration of watercolor artworks as his 5th Solo Exhibition at Bansomdejchaopraya Rajabhat University (BSRU), Bangkok, Thailand. The show is a collaborated effort by the artist and Professors at Animation 
& Multimedia DepartmentBSRU. 
Woon Lam’s show is also reviewed by two world class watercolor artists, Mr. Robert A. Wade, OAM AWS AWI FRSA FVAS and Mr. Ratindra Das, NWS AWS-DF 
“…look at the exciting, vibrant works of Woon Lam Ng. They are all individual approaches to his subjects and the figments of his very own imagination and vision. His style is so individual and so exciting, it can never be mistaken for the work of any other artist!  
His great success in the World of Watercolor is due to his personal approach and his painterly conceptions of color and design. If YOU are a fortunate owner of one of his works, just rest assured that you will never grow tired of it, Every time you look into that painting you will discover something new that previously you have not perceived. The other quality that shines out from his work is EXCITEMENT. The joy he has had in creating the paintings as personal statements, is immediately evident to every viewer.” – Robert A. Wade, OAM, AWS, AWI, FRSA, FVAS 
Woon Lam’s work is characterized by energized and recognizable brushwork. Space in his paintings is created without the vagaries of traditional perspective with convergent lines. It is increasingly getting rare to see work where an artist can be identified by wonderful, unique brushwork. Viewers will be entertained by this important element of design. The great American painter and teacher Robert Henri said, “ The stroke is just like the artist at the time he makes it. All the uncertainties, all the bigness of his spirit and all the littlenesses are in it.” I find the vigor and strength in his brushwork.  His travel paintings are more than “travelogues”, common among many watercolorists of our times. He has created the essence of a place, which he generously shares with the viewers. 
The debate about transparent and use of opaque medium will go on.  A small section of artists will vehemently oppose the use of gouache, casein and similar materials. Woon Lam has added a new dimension to watercolor painting with gouache. With his experience of painting in oil he has brought to us the best of both worlds. A few paintings show a translucency- a difficult effect to obtain with traditional layering method practiced by early English watercolorists. The “transparency” is indeed a myth. When a heavy-bodied paint is applied on paper, it loses the transparency since light is not reflected off the paper. However, when this opaque passage is applied next to a transparent layer of middle value, the middle value colors are enhanced. This enhancement of colors and luminosity is evident in many of this series of paintings.” – Ratindra Das, NWS AWS-DF 
About the artist 
Ng Woon Lam NWS AWS-DF is a dolphin fellow of the prestigious American Watercolor Society (AWS) and full signature member of National Watercolor Society (NWS). His current appointment is Assistant Professor at School of Art, Design & Media, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. His artworks are regular international award winners. His most significant awards are 2 times AWS Bronze Medal of Honor from American Watercolor Society 142nd and 147th Annual International Juried Show 2009 and 2014 respectively. 
His artworks are represented by Li Fine Art Gallery, Singapore. Art enthusiasts are invited to the preview of his artworks. Contact details here: 
For inquiries and more information, please contact, please contact Li Fine Art Gallery through E-mail: lifineartgallery@yahoo.com or TEL +65-8163-6853 or through this website: 

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In Search of Harmony, Ng Woon Lam’s Watercolors 2017

Posted by ngwoonlam on December 14, 2016

In Search of Harmony
Ng Woon Lam’s Watercolors 2017
Opening: 05 Jan 2017, 10am
Venue: 1st Level, Learning common zone, Library (Building 10 ) ,
Bansomdejchaopraya Rajabhat University
Bangkok, Thailand
Exhibition:
Date: 05 – 13 Jan 2017
Time: 9am to 4:30pm (Except Weekend)

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A Jazz of Colors and Shapes 形色从容

Posted by ngwoonlam on September 24, 2015

A Jazz of Colors and Shapes 形色从容
Ng Woon Lam’s Watercolors 2015 
黄运南水彩 2015
Opening : 20 Nov 2015, 6:30pm to 9:30pm
Daily from 20 Nov to 28 Nov 2015, 12pm to 6pmVenue: Li Fine Art Gallery 立画廊
#03-19, Tanglin Shopping Center
19 Tanglin Road, Singapore 247909
TEL: +65-6735-4033

Website: lifineart.com
 
 Collector preview by Appointment

Singapore Watercolour Society, Ng Woon Lam, NWS, AWS, AWS-DF, Affordable Art, Fair Price Joy of Aroma 25″ X 34″ (Collected)

Watercolor and Gouache on Paper

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Ng Woon Lam Watecolor Solo Exhibition 2015, 形色从容 A Jazz of Colors and Shapes

Posted by ngwoonlam on August 9, 2015

Ng Woon Lam Watecolor Solo Exhibition 2015,  
形色从容

A Jazz of Colors and Shapes

Preview
 
Dear Art Collectors,I am preparing my Watercolor Solo Exhibition 2015 in Nov. Now is my exhibition preview. If you are keen to see some of the originals, you may contact me.

I will email you a list of artworks available.

Here is the sample pages of my coming exhibition catalog: http://ngwoonlam.com/SampleCatalog/AJazzOfColorsAndShapesSamplePages.pdf

Cover page of my Exhibition Catalog:

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Tam Kwan Yuen’s Watercolour Solo Exhibition 2015

Posted by ngwoonlam on March 4, 2015

Tam Kwan Yuen’s Solo Exhibition 2015
Shifting Points
07 Mar 2015, 3:30pm : Opening
Artcommune Gallery @ Bras Basah Complex
#02-43
Date of Exhibition: 7 to 15 Mar
12pm to 7pm

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Singapore Watercolour Society Artist Ng Woon Lam nws aws 黄运南 新加坡水彩画

Posted by ngwoonlam on February 27, 2013

Ng Woon Lam nws was mfa
Singapore Watercolour
黄运南 新加坡水彩画家
High Key Tonal Structure Demo
en plein air, Blair Road
Low Key Tonal Structure Demo
Chinatown en plein air
Chinatown en plein air
Ng Woon Lam is represented by

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Tong Chin Sye 童振狮,新加坡水彩画会,Singapore Watercolour Oil Painting Artist

Posted by ngwoonlam on October 15, 2012

 

Li Fine Art

Gallery

Art of South East Asia

singapore fine art gallery
south east asia artist
singapore best art
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singapore painting
Corporate And Art
TONG Chin Sye

A full time artist who travels all over the world to explore and paint on location.

A key artist representing the 2nd Generation Singapore Art.Email lifineartgallery@yahoo.com to view or purchase

Singapore River Fullerton Bridge, Watercolor Painting

Tong Chin Sye

Singapore River, Fullerton Bridge

30″x22″

Watercolor on Paper

Tong Chin Sye Singapore River Skyline, Watercolor Painting

Tong Chin Sye

Singapore River, Skyline

43
“x31”

Watercolor on Paper

NEW

Tong Chin Sye Singapore River Skyline, Watercolor Painting

Tong Chin Sye

Old Singapore

43
“x31”

Watercolor on Paper

NEW

Singapore River Fullerton Bridge, Watercolor Painting

Tong Chin Sye

Singapore River, Old Boat Quay

22
“x15”

Watercolor on Paper

NEW

Singapore River Boat Quay, Watercolor Painting

Tong Chin Sye

Old Parliment House, Singapore River

30″x22″

Watercolor on Paper

NEW

Singapore Old Kallang River, Watercolor Painting

Tong Chin Sye

Singapore River, Old Kallang River

22
“x15”

Watercolor on Paper

NEW

Singapore Tian Hok Kin Temple, Watercolor Painting

Tong Chin Sye

Old Singapore

15
“x22”

Watercolor on Paper

NEW

Singapore River Old Clarke Quay Tong Chin Sye, Watercolor Painting

Tong Chin Sye

Singapore River, Old Clarke Quay

22
“x15”

Watercolor on Paper

NEW

Singapore River, Watercolor Painting

Tong Chin Sye

Singapore River

NEW
22″x15″

Watercolor on Paper

Singapore River Cavenagh Bridge, Watercolor Painting

Tong Chin Sye

Singapore River, Cavenagh Bridge

30″x22″

Watercolor on Paper

NEW

Singapore , Watercolor Painting

Tong Chin Sye

Old Chinatown, Singapore

30″x22″

Watercolor on Paper

NEW

Singapore River Old Boat Quay, Watercolor Painting

Tong Chin Sye

Back Alley, Old Singapore

30″ x 22″

Watercolor on Paper

NEW

Singapore , Watercolor Painting

Tong Chin Sye

Old Chinatown, Singapore

30″x22″

Watercolor on Paper

NEW

Singapore River Old Boat Quay, Watercolor Painting

Tong Chin Sye

Back Alley, Old Singapore

15
” x 22″

Watercolor on Paper

NEW

Born in 1939, Tong Chin Sye is a renowned Singaporean multimedia artist and part-time lecturer in Western Art at the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, Singapore. He won first prize in the PSA Art Competition in 1987 and has participated in many exhibitions both locally and abroad. He was invited to represent Singapore at the Flemish Watercolor Days held at Zaventen, Europe in 1998.A frequent traveler, Tong, with an open mind, continues to be inspired by architectural and cultural subject matters. Each new subject matter, be it a figures or an architectural structure, is well translated into his new spectrum of colors. All images captured by him never fail to present new excitement to viewers and art lovers.

His watercolors and oil paintings naturally blend in the beauty of Chinese calligraphy. Viewers are easily moved by the flow of lines and the dynamics of mark making.

His strength in sketching and drawing allows him to compose and work directly through sketch reference made during his trips. This truly expands his scopes in composing and designing picture surface, differentiating him from many painters who work directly from photographic references. His choice of colors is a balanced mixture of personality and visual memory.

Hong Kong Street Scene Oil Painting

Hong Kong Street Scene

43″x29″

Oil on Canvas
Chinatown Singapore Oil Painting by Tong Chin Sye
Chinatown I, Singapore
18″x13″
Oil on Canvas

Taiwan Watercolor

Taiwan

41″x29″
(SOLD)

Watercolor on Paper

Tong works on all media including chinese painting, calligraphy, watercolor, oil and acrylic. With his variety of styles, Tong is the most sought after art instructor in Singapore. His students range from beginner painters to artists. He has conducted numerous talks and workshops including a watercolor appreciation lecture and demonstration at the Singapore Art Museum.
Sketch is the heart of Tong’s artworks. He travels from continents to continents. With his master scripting skills, he summarizes visual images momentarily and vividly transcending them into high art. Through his artworks, viewers could relate the images while admiring his masterly execution and brushworks.
Seascape Sketch No.2 by Tong

12″x16″

Sketch No.2

Seascape Sketch No.1 by Tong

12″x16″

Sketch No.1

Seascape Sketch No.3 by Tong

30″x22″

Sketch No.3

Seascape Sketch No.4 by Tong

30″x22″

Sketch No.4

Seascape Sketch No.5 by Tong

30″x22″

Sketch No.5

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Kampong Lorong Buangkok en plein air painting 万国写生

Posted by ngwoonlam on October 9, 2012

Kampong Lorong Buangkok en plein air painting
 
Ng Woon Lam nws aws
Singapore Watercolour Artist
Watercolor on Paper
15″ X 22″
Ng Woon Lam is represented by

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武侠,Wu Xia, idea testing by Ng Woon Lam nws aws, Singapore Watercolour Artist

Posted by ngwoonlam on September 14, 2012

武侠,Wu Xia 
by Ng Woon Lam nws aws, 
Singapore Watercolor

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