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    Singapore Art Museum by Veteran Artist Keng Tiang Tee

    Singapore Art Museum by Veteran Artist Keng Tiang Tee

    by kengttart (12/23/10) 194 views

    Singapore Art Museum at Bras Basah Road, Singapore –by veteran Singaporean artist Keng Tiang Tee, who applied his trademark thinwash over ink in the interpretation of this 1855 year old historic icon. This venerable building once housed St Joseph’s Institution, a Catholic boys’ school, run by La Salle Brothers. source http://www.kengtiangtee.com

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    Asian Watercolor Art - Temple Street by Keng Tiang Tee

    Asian Watercolor Art - Temple Street by Keng Tiang Tee

    by kengttart (12/14/10) 69 views

    Temple Street – by Keng Tiang Tee, a lifelong member of the Society of Chinese Artists and Singapore Watercolour Society. Detailed ink etchings overlaying thin wash is Keng’s trademark style in the early 2000s. Keng specializes in painting on the spot and does not prefer to paint from photos. Source: www.kengtiangtee.com

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    Asian Watercolor Art - Malay Fishing Village

    Asian Watercolor Art - Malay Fishing Village

    by kengttart (12/14/10) 26 views

    Malay Fishing Village – from the Malay Village series by veteran Singaporean artist Keng Tiang Tee, who is a lifelong member of Singapore’s Watercolour Society. Keng’s mastery of thinwash manages to capture a fleeting moment of the idyllic nature of these fast disappearing coastal villages off the Malaysian coast. Source: www.kengtiangtee.com

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    Asian Watercolor Art - Singapore Riverside In Transition

    Asian Watercolor Art - Singapore Riverside In Transition

    by kengttart (12/14/10) 58 views

    Singapore Riverside In Transition. Most Singapore river paintings typically show the river as the main topic. Keng Tiang Tee, a veteran artist and a lifelong Singapore Watercolour Society member who specializes in painting street scenes, completes this work in thinwash style, seeking an alternate view of the riverside scene. Source: www.kengtiangtee.com

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    Asian Watercolor Art - Malaysian Fishing Village

    Asian Watercolor Art - Malaysian Fishing Village

    by kengttart (12/14/10) 91 views

    Malay Fishing Village, 2007 – from the Malay Village series by veteran Singaporean artist Keng Tiang Tee, who is a lifelong member of Singapore’s Watercolour Society. Keng’s mastery of subdued colours manages to capture a fleeting moment of the idyllic nature of these fast disappearing coastal villages off the Malaysian coast. Source: www.kengtiangtee.com

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    Asian Watercolor Art - A Changing Orchard Road

    Asian Watercolor Art - A Changing Orchard Road

    by kengttart (12/14/10) 33 views

    An alternative view of changing Orchard Road – from the Vanishing Singapore series by veteran Singaporean artist Keng Tiang Tee, who is a lifelong member of Singapore’s Watercolour Society. Keng uses a synthesis of traditional Chinese ink brushstrokes and Western techniques to record and interpret the changing views of Singapore. Source: www.kengtiangtee.com

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    Asian Watercolor Art - Offering Joss Sticks at a Temple

    Asian Watercolor Art - Offering Joss Sticks at a Temple

    by kengttart (12/14/10) 148 views

    Offering Joss Sticks at DaBoGong Temple by veteran Singaporean artist Keng Tiang Tee, who is a lifelong member of Singapore’s Watercolour Society. Taoist DaBoGong temple, located at Kusu Island houses two principal deities, DaBoGong and Guanyin. Keng interprets the auspiciousness of the temple by applying red watercolour in his trademark thinwash-style. Source: www.kengtiangtee.com

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    Asian Watercolor Art - Fishing Village in Pontian

    Asian Watercolor Art - Fishing Village in Pontian

    by kengttart (12/14/10) 163 views

    Fishing Village in Pontian – Johor, by Keng Tiang Tee, a veteran Singaporean watercolour artist. Pontian is the observatory to look for the crescent moon marking the fasting month of Ramadan. Here, the inclusion of fishing boats in the background infuses an almost surrealistic ambience to the stillness of the village at dusk. Source: www.kengtiangtee.com

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    Asian Watercolor Art - Coffeeshop at Ann Siang Hill

    Asian Watercolor Art - Coffeeshop at Ann Siang Hill

    by kengttart (12/14/10) 200 views

    Coffeeshop at Ann Siang Hill by veteran Singaporean artist Keng Tiang Tee, who is a lifelong member of Singapore’s Watercolour Society. This painting is interpreted in ‘dan chai’ thinwash, to reflect the yesteryears when the days are less hectic and when coffee costs less than seventy cents a cup. Source: www.kengtiangtee.com

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