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Viewers were invited to pick up the torchlight and direct its beams to the flip side of the artwork to discover a hidden design.
Viewers were invited to put on the red and green lens to see two completely different drawings on the same piece of artwork



Wonders of Her World

My 3-year old child’s naive yet surprisingly honest observations of her
surroundings have extended the way I look at the people and things around
me. Her ability to observe without imposing preconceptions, make connections
and express uninhibited thoughts has opened up a new world of wonderment
for me. In her acts of mischief or moments of thinking out loud, I am often
amused and amazed by her imagination. I hope to reactivate some lingering
childlike sensibility in the audience as they interact with my illustration pieces to
reveal hidden visuals. For it is through play, that we discover.




For reasons highlighted above, featured below are the thoughts that the artist had considered in the making of Wonders of Her World and the processes the artist had gone through. Take your time to appreciate the work that had gone behind the single piece of final work. We hope that you too will be able to see that the value of art lies not solely in the outcome but also in the thoughts of the artist and how that was translated through a physical medium. May this will start your creative juices flowing. Happy art-making!

 Artist’s sources of inspiration:


Art by: Hew Soo Hun


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