All our instructors are professional trained artists with minimum 5 years teaching experience. We strive to give you the best art training. We deny rigid formula and craftmanship of art. We recognize each individual is different and assist you develop the techniques, method and styles that suit you the best in long term.
Chankerk has been a full-time professional artist since 2005. Chairman of Sentosa Artists Village (2001-2004), Chairman of Art critique group, Two Right Feet(TRF) (2003-2008), Founder of My Art Space, Chankerk has hold 8 solo exhibitions and 19 years experience in conducting various painting, oversea art tour, art appreciation, creativity and team bonding workshops for all walks of life at Singapore Art Museum, Nanyang Academy of Fine Art and many many more....
This intensive involvement has enabled him to develop an unique and creative learning philosophy, which allows participants to easily understand in-depth and abstract concept of art without feeling puzzled. Chankerk has become mentor for many emerging artists in Singapore.
Born and raised in Singapore (1985), Le Matt spent his formative years studying mathematics and science. In 2008, he left his engineering degree course to pursue his passion in traditional Western painting. Graduated from Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts in May 2011 (Diploma in Fine Art), Matt aims to create art that satisfies the eye and the mind.
He is the recipient of Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple Scholarship as well as ‘Leadership in Art Practice’ award and has exhibited at venues including The Arts House, Aliwal Arts Centre, Objectifs Gallery, Instinc Gallery and the Affordable Art Fair. His ongoing focus highlights the ‘humanimal’ condition where Man pits his logical faculties against his carnal impulses, and also serves as commentaries about our social milieu.
Le Matt is versatile in various medium from charcoal, acrylic to oil painting. He has 3 years experience in conducting professional art appreciation, workshop and team bonding art event for all walks of life and many corporate organization.
Award winning professional artist, graduate from Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts in 1996 and from the University of Central England in Birmingham with BA (Hons) in 2001. Experienced creative workshop instructor. Ping Ping is versatile in using different mediums like oil, acrylic, charcoal, pencil and mixed medium. Her professional training in both Fine Art and Interior Design has provided Ping Ping a solid ability in handling both space and abstract patterns of her paintings. Her painting style incorporates bold and decisive painting knife strokes with delicate pattern and colors.
Achilles T Estremos
An architect turned artist famous for his "unpredictable but personal" style of simplifying the layers of each of his complicated urban landscape. His unmistakable atmospheric artwork that resonates simplicity in his interpretation of light - effectively as an impression of what he sees and paints defines his works.
Tay Swee Siong (b 1968) is a versatile multi-media sculptor who would integrate craft, design and engineering as a hybrid sculpture form.
Swee Siong is an alumnus of Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (Diploma in Fine Arts) and Ngee Ann Polytechnic (Diploma in Electronic Engineering). He holds an MA in Contemporary Practice from University of Huddersfield (UK) and BA in Art from Curtin University (Australia). He had also attended Post Graduate Diploma in Higher Learning (NIE).
He believe that the classroom is a living art studio. Anyone with keenness would learn art through a set a learning methods and create art through interacting with classmates and art instructor. He would study what is best for the student’s need which can be achievable in a manageable learning pace.
Tam Kwan Yuen
Tam Kwan Yuen is an award-winning artist working primarily in watercolors.
Tam 's works have been regularly selected into international juried shows and have won several awards. In April 2016, his painting, "Good Morning, NYC!" has won the JAN GARY and WILLIAM D. GORMAN MEMORIAL AWARD in the prestigious 149th Annual International Exhibition of American Watercolor Society (AWS), in the historic Salmagundi Club, New York City, from April 4-24, and selected for the Travel Exhibition 2016 - 2017. In December 2015, his painting, "Turkish Delights", was accepted into the Shenzhen International Watercolor Biennial 2015-16 and exhibited in the Shenzhen Art Museum. His works have been featured in art publications, including the 17th Issue of the Art of Watercolor Magazine and selected as Winner in North Light Books' Splash 18: Value | Light + Dark Issue edited by Rachel Rubin Wolf.
Tam is a member of the Singapore Watercolour Society, Singapore Art Society and also a Signature Member of the Pennsylvania Watercolor Society (PWS). He is represented by Artcommune Gallery and Merlin Gallery in Singapore.
His works have gained international recognition and have been exhibited in the United States, Canada, Belgium, Greece, Slovenia, Thailand, Hong Kong, China and Singapore.
Low Kim Chit
Born in 1966, Malaysia.
Came to Singapore in the '80s. Graduated with a diploma in fine arts from Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts in 1994 and M.A. from the University of Central England in Birmingham U.K. in 1997.
A versatile artist who works with various mediums and techniques. His paintings are exceptional marked by his distinctive ability to blend the beauty of classical painting style in his creation of contemporary art pieces.
He is life member of The Society Chinese Artist, Lanting Art Society and Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts Alumni Association. His paintings are collected by local and overseas hotels, corporate and private collectors.
Loh Choi Ying
Obtained her Diploma of Fine Arts in 1994, and her Certificate in Printmaking in 1998, both from the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts. In 2002, she obtained her BA in Fine Arts and Diploma in Printmaking from the Utrecht School of the Arts in the Netherlands.
She was Highly Commended in the 16th, 17th and 18th UOB Painting of the Year competitions, and selected for the Tokyo International Mini-Print Triennial in 1998.