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Exhibition

PURRealism

Exhibiting Artists: Michelle Chang

Venue: Utterly Art 229A South Bridge Road > venue details

Dates: 15 Dec 2010 - 26 Dec 2010

Michelle's new collection for her first solo exhibition will not only continue the adventures of Angel and Halo (the Russian Blue and Ginger Tabby duo from CatmaSutra), it will also introduce, in a bigger way, her other love, Pfeiffur, an apricot-coloured poodle (seen in Fish Food).

As the title of the exhibition suggests, PURRealism is all about the state of being Content (A Late Harvest), Happy and Spontaneous (Dancing In The Moonlight). While Angel and Halo inspire Freedom (The Night Tripper), Pfeiffur, brings on the Smile (Pfeiffee), a simple expression. For the first time, Mysh has embellished one of her paintings (Eat. Play. Meow) with Swarovski crystals! Through Purrealism, Mysh hopes to capture the balance between free spirit and real love...



Exhibited Works

Fish Food

2010

24in x 36in
Acrylic on canvas
SOLD

Eat.Play.Meow

2010

18in x 24in
Acrylic and Swarovski crystals on canvas
SOLD

A Late Harvest

2010

20in x 20in
Acrylic on canvas
SOLD

The Night Tripper

2010

24in x 18in
Acrylic on canvas
SOLD

Dancing in the Moonlight

2010

24in x 18in
Acrylic on canvas
SOLD

Blankee Kittee

2010

18in x 24in
Acrylic on canvas
SOLD

Night Swimming

2010

24in x 24in
Acrylic on canvas
SGD$1200

Cat Country

2010

24in x 18in
Acrylic on canvas
SGD$1200

Peace

2010

12in x 12in
Acrylic on canvas
SGD$550

Skull

2010

12in x 12in
Acrylic on canvas
SOLD

Pfeiffee

2010

12in x 12in
Acrylic on canvas
SGD$550

Bearbee

2010

12in x 12in
Acrylic on canvas
SOLD

Hootee

2010

12in x 1in
Acrylic on canvas
SOLD

Rabeet

2010

12in x 12in
Acrylic on canvas
SGD$550

Artist

  • Michelle Chang

    Singapore

    Michelle Chang (or Mysh, for short) has a unique body of captivating and vibrant cat-inspired art that has been well-received since her debut as an artist in 2002. Her work has been described by collectors and critics as "naive". Others draw comparisons with aboriginal or byzantine mosaic art. For Mysh, her technique which she simply calls "dotting" is a painstaking style that is at once therapeutic and magical.

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