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Exhibition

Utterly Art partcipates in the very FIRST Affordable Art Fair to be held in Asia with a diverse selection of several new works from its gallery artists. After 11 successful years in London, New York, Melbourne, Sydney, Milan, Amsterdam and Brussels, the brand comes to Singapore with all artworks available at SGD$10,000 and below.

Look for us at Booth A1 to the right of the main entrance. Limited free passes for two to the Private View and Arty-licious Party are available in our gallery on a first-come, first-served basis. These passes allow entry to all events on subsequent days. For directions, transport, ticket sales and more information, check out www.affordableartfair.sg .

Thursday 18th Nov   Private View   6pm - 10pm
Friday 19th Nov    Public Day 1  11am - 10pm
  Arty-licious    6pm - 10pm
Saturday 20th Nov   Public Day 2  11am - 7pm
Sunday 21st Nov Public Day 3  11am - 5pm



Exhibited Works

Mamang Sorbetero ( Ice Cream Vendor)

2010

24in x 16in
Oil on canvas
SOLD

Ice on the Go

2010

24in x 16in
Oil on canvas
SOLD

Maize on the Go

2010

24in x 16in
Oil on canvas
SOLD

Sa Malamig Po! (Fruit Drink Here!)

2010

24in x 16in
Oil on canvas
SOLD

Eskinita (Alley)

2010

24in x 64in quadriptych
Oil on canvas
SOLD

On Higher Ground

2008

75cm x 60cm
Acrylic on canvas
SGD$2500

On Higher Ground II

2008

90cm x 75cm
Acrylic on canvas
SGD$2700

On Higher Ground III

2008

90cm x 75cm
Acrylic on canvas
SGD$2700

Dream Island

2010

55cm x 100cm
Acrylic on canvas
SOLD

Night Fishing

2010

60cm x 100cm
Acrylic on canvas
SGD$3300

The Tide

2010

60cm x 100cm
Acrylic on canvas
SGD$3300

The Day Before the Ceremony

2010

69cm x 103cm
Acrylic on canvas
SOLD

Temple of the Sea (Tanah Lot, Bali)

2010

80cm x 80cm
Acrylic on canvas
SGD$3500

Raising Lazarus

2010

5ft by 4t
Oil on canvas
SOLD

Slumber

2010

5ft x 6ft
Oil on canvas
SOLD

Mater Dolorosa

2010

5ft x 4ft
Oil on canvas
SGD$4800

Oblation

2010

4ft x 3ft
Oil on canvas
SGD$3000

Grip (bottom)

2001

4ft x 2ft
Oil on canvas
SGD$2000

Grip (top)

2010

4ft x 2ft
Oil on canvas
SGD$2000

Grip

2010

8ft x 2ft
Oil on canvas
SGD$3800

Pussy 1

2010

30m x 30cm
Spray paint and wool string on canvas
SOLD

Pussy 2

2010

40cm x 30cm
Spraypaint and wool string on canvas
SOLD

Laugh Now...

2010

60cm x 40cm
Spray paint, wool string and needle on canvas
SOLD

Puck Feace

2010

60cm x 40cm
Spray paint and wool string on canvas
SOLD

GTFO

2010

60cm x 30cm
Spray paint and wool string on canvas
SOLD

STFU

2010

50cm x 50cm
Spray paint, wool string and needle on canvas
SOLD

An Eyesore for an Eyesore

2010

50cm x 50cm
Spray paint on canvas
SGD$1300

Say What?

2010

50cm x 50cm x 2 pieces
Spray paint and wool string on canvas diptych
SOLD

Stringapura

2010

61cm x 92cm
Spray paint, wool string and needle on canvas
SOLD

Watching You

2010

92cm x 61cm
Spray paint and wool string on canvas
SOLD

State of the Art

2010

46cm x 91.5cm each; combined at least 138cm x 91.5cm
Spraypaint, wool string and needle on canvas
SOLD

Through This

2010

77cm x 57cm
Aquatint and screenprint edition of 3
SGD$1400 without frame; ed 3/3 available

Construction with Shophouse and HDB

2010

68cm x 138cm
Chinese ink on rice paper
SOLD

Construction with Towers and Rail

2010

138cm x 68cm
Chinese ink on rice paper
SOLD

Townscape

2010

138cm x 68cm
Chinese ink on rice paper
SOLD

Match Point

2010

56in x 45in
Oil on canvas
SGD$4800

Accidentally On Purpose

2010

48in x 60in
Oil on canvas
SGD$4800

Bad Side of the Moon

2010

45in x 45in
Oil on canvas
SGD$4200

The Devil is in the Details

2009

48in x 36in
Oil on canvas
SGD$3800

Floating on High

2010

Brass, acrylic on Pyrex glass, stainless steel wire, wood
SOLD

I'm Not Leaving My Jet Plane

2010

Brass, acrylic on Pyrex glass, stainless steel wire, wood
SOLD

Hold On Tight

2010

Brass, acrylic on Pyrex glass, stainless steel wire, wood
SOLD

Still Life with Hurricane Lamp

1991

Pastel on paper
SGD$4000

HDB series #45

2010

65cm x 65cm
Chinese ink on rice paper
SOLD

HDB series#44

2010

65cm x 65cm
Chinese ink on rice paper
SOLD

HDB series #40

2010

65cm x 65cm
Chinese ink on paper
SGD$800

HDB series #31

2010

65cm x 65cm
Chinese ink on rice paper
SGD$800

HDB series #28

2010

65cm x 65cm
Chinese ink on rice paper
SGD$800

HDB series #25

2010

65cm x 65cm
Chinese ink on rice paper
SOLD

HDB series #23

2010

65cm x 65cm
Chinese ink on rice paper
SGD$800

A Fair Trade?

2010

80cm diameter
Oil on canvas
SGD$1800

A Fair Trade? #2

2010

80cm diameter
Oil on canvas
SGD$1780

And The Winner Is

2010

80cm diameter
Oil on canvas
SGD$1800

Some Days I Just Wanna Be Blue(r)

2010

80cm diameter
Oil on canvas
SGD$1800

Just Another Shade of Yellow

2010

80cm diameter
Oil on canvas
SGD$1680

Artists

  • Aiman Hakim

    Singapore

    Aiman Hakim graduated from the LASALLE-SIA School of the Arts in 2004 with a Diploma in Fine Arts. Awards he has obtained include the LASALLE-SIA Scholarship, Georgette Chen Scholarship and the Winston Oh Travel Award. He has participated in several group exhibitions in Utterly Art, Art Seasons and the Earl Lu Gallery in LASALLE.

    Virgillio 'Pandy' Aviado

    Philippines

    Virgillio ‘Pandy’ Aviado (b. 1944, Manila) is a much-celebrated Philippine printmaker and senior artist. He graduated from the Philippine College of Music and Fine Arts in 1967, and in 1969, he was awarded a fine arts scholarship in Spain under the auspices of Relaciones Culturales de España. He studied at the Escuela Superior de Bellas Artes de San Fernando in Madrid, obtaining certificates in Pintura Libre (painting) and Grabado (engraving) in 1970. He has trained with the best print work

    Michael Cacnio

    Philippines

    Nearly twenty years in the art scene, TOYM (The Outstanding Young Men) Philippines 2006 awardee Michael Cacnio is considered to be one of the country’s finest brass sculptors today. Since his graduation from Fine Arts at the University of the Philippines in 1991, he has made himself much beloved as a sculptor of the everyday Filipino, depicting children playing traditional games, workers engaged in cheerful and industrious labour, tender scenes between parent and child or people facing the dil

    Chng Chin Kang

    Singapore

    Chng Chin Kang (b.1963) graduated from the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts with a Diploma in Fine Arts (1988) and from the University of Central England (Birmingham,UK) with a Masters in Arts and Education (1998). A multi-award-winning artist, he won Juror’s Choice at the Philip Morris Singapore Art Awards twice (1996, 1997), First Prize (Representational Medium) (1997) and subsequently Grand Prize (1998) at the UOB Painting of the Year Competition.

    Anthony Chua Say Hua

    Singapore

    Chua Say Hua graduated from the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts in 1992 with a Diploma of Fine Arts, and then with High Distinction from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in 1994. He obtained a Postgraduate Certificate in Fine Arts from Goldsmith's College, University of London in 1997. He has exhibited internationally with 9 solo shows to his name. In 2001, he was conferred the Young Artist Award by the National Arts Council, Singapore.

    Melvin Culaba

    Philippines

    Melvin Culaba (b. 1971) graduated from the University of Santo Tomas with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in 1993, and has exhibited extensively in the Philippines, Korea and the United States. He has been a Finalist at the Philip Morris Philippine Art Awards from 1995-98 and 2006, and won several top awards at the Art Association of the Philippines annual painting competition and Metrobank Young Painters annual competition.

    Norman Dreo

    Philippines

    Norman Dreo (born 1970) topped the talent test upon entering the College of Fine Arts at the University of the Philippines in the mid-80s. His art has been exhibited extensively in the Philippines, Singapore, Vermont, USA and in Europe. He has won several prizes at the Metrobank National Art Competition, Art Association of the Philippines and Ateneo Art Awards. In 2000, he was awarded Juror’s Choice at the Philip Morris ASEAN Art Awards in Singapore and the Philippine

    Hong Sek Chern

    Singapore

    Hong Sek Chern (b.1967) graduated from the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts with a Diploma in Fine Art (1995) and from Goldsmiths College, University of London with an MA Fine Art (1998). She likes to work with flat surfaces and uses linear, non-linear or multi-point perspective in her work. Sek Chern’s interpretation of the Singapore urban landscape in Chinese ink has won her several awards in Singapore. Her works belong in the collections of the Singapore Art Museum, Taipei Fine Art Museum, Nati

    Tamae Iwasaki

    Korea, South

    A graduate of the Tokyo Zokei University in 1998 with a licence in teaching profession of art, Tamae has held solo shows in Tokyo, and participated in several group shows in Japan and Singapore. Tamae is also a printer at the Singapore Tyler Print Institute.

    Randy "Andoi" Solon

    Philippines

    Randy 'Andoi' Solon holds two degrees in the visual arts: a Bachelor of Fine Arts, major in Painting, at the University of the Philippines, and a Certificate in Advertising from the Philippines Women's University. Solon is the recipient of numerous awards from national art competitions. His works have featured in major SE Asian auctions.

    TR853-1 (TraseOne)

    Singapore

    Beginning as a self-taught graffiti artist in 1999, TraseOne (TR853-1) is highly regarded as one of the boundary-pushing pioneers of the local street art movement. In 2005, he was granted the inaugural Goh Chok Tong Youth Promise Award to expand his knowledge in art, eventually graduating with a Bachelor in Fine Arts (Honours) Degree in 2007 from the LASALLE-SIA College of the Arts.

    Crispin (Cris) Villanueva Jr.

    Philippines

    Cris Villanueva Jr.'s works draw ideas from commonplace objects, classical and popular culture, literature, art,  history and his own life, and he has a signature style of painting bubble wrap over his finished painting to 'own' the work indelibly. He is a member of the historic groupings of Salingpusa and Madruguada, and a triple winner at the Philip Morris Philippine Art Awards, including Juror's Choice (2006, 2010) and the Grand Prize (2005).

    Yeo Siak Goon

    Singapore

    Yeo Siak Goon 杨昔银 has an enduring fascination for the female form, whether decked in full costume regalia as in his Balinese dancers, or serenely bereft of clothing as in his sensual beachside nudes. Playing extensively with negative space, Siak Goon loves to conceal as much as he reveals, deliberately omitting key portions of his figures for one’s mind to connect limb to torso, and indulge in a game of visual peek-a-boo. Born in 1957, Malaysia, he presently lives and works in Singapo

    Zulkifli Yusoff

    Malaysia

    Malaysia’s sole representative to the Venice Biennale in 1997, Zulkifli Yusoff (b. 1962 Yan, Kedah) might be styled as the enfant terrible of Malysian art, with his candid assessments of Malay society and his unorthodox, innovative presentations. One of the first Malaysian artists to investigate installations and digital prints, Zulkifli has also made tin sculptures as well as ceramic paintings and sculptures.

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