Art In Colour

Unleash your creativity with our Art In Colour series that brings to life the winning artworks of the UOB Painting of the Year competition.

Art In Colour is part of our new UOB Art Explorer, an online visual arts programme that helps you to learn and to explore the world of art through a comprehensive series of art tutorials, art therapy sessions and art storytelling.

Endless Love by Kit Tan

Endless Love is a visual treasure-trove of the Kit’s memories of her mother and exudes warmth and optimism.

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Berbagi Cerita (Sharing Stories) by Tito Tyramei

Berbagi Cerita (Sharing Stories) depicts a fish whispering to a child about the increasing high levels of ocean pollution.

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Three Worlds by Yang Kaiwen

Inspired by one of the world's famous graphic artists, Maurits Cornelis Escher, Three Worlds imagines isolation in a surrealistic setting.

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Movement of Earth by Byun Si Jae

Movement of Earth focuses on the relationship between nature and architecture, and bridges the two elements through the use of ink and acrylic on layers of transparent silk.

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Wind-Up Toys by Pairin Pupradup

Wind-Up Toys reminisces the simple pleasures the artist has of his childhood toys and the childlike feelings of happiness, innocence and imagination.

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Persistent Problems by Apiwat Banler

Persistent Problems features a network of highways, trains and cars, tightly bound together in a knot as they intersect and overlap with one another.

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Ah Ma$apos;s Kitchen by Yeo Tze Yang

Ah Ma's Kitchen depicts a scene Mr Yeo has known since young and still frequents – his grandmother's kitchen. The painting encapsulates the way his grandmother lives and the person that she is; it is ultimately a portrait of his grandmother, a picture of life, warmth and familiarity.

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Super Strength in Unity by Thongmai Thepram

Super Strength in Unity shows the importance of unity regardless of individual differences. The artist used forms and colours symbolically in place of the ‘self’ to represent the different superheroes found in individuals.

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