Past Exhibitions

Captured Moments

Just like how the Impressionists aimed to capture the passion of a fleeting moment on their canvases, this part of the exhibition showcases precious moments captured by the artists using a range of contemporary media. Ordinary objects and places take on new meaning as we smell the flowers, appreciate the architecture of buildings around us, walk past empty places, pack our belongings and stare at shadows cast on the floor. Time seemingly slowed down for many of us this year as we spend more time reflecting and taking stock of our lives. These ordinary but precious moments are eternalised in the works in this section.

Future Ready

As technology becomes an indispensable part of our lives, works in this section reflect and address the impact of technology on our human existence at multiple levels. The works explore how technology has changed many aspects of our lifestyle, from how we live, how we interact with one another, how we make art, to even how we perceive the world around us. While technology opens up new worlds and dimensions, it also brought with it new dangers and challenges.

Home Truly

What is home? It is a place where someone has a connection with. These artworks show the appreciation of the unique and special culture of their home. Whether it be unique locations such as Marina Bay Sands and Changi Airport or the history of the Singapore River, there are many places yet to be discover. Through this exhibition, the artists explore moments and experiences that express their identities through what they believe to be their Singapore.

I Wish...

Everyone’s ideals and wishes are different. Whether it be simple things such as a walk in nature or something more complex like happiness. While this pandemic has momentarily put a stop to many things in our lives, one can always dream and wish. This part of the exhibition allows the artists to showcase their innermost desires and wishes through their own art styles. The different mediums and art styles also give the artworks personal touches too.

Introspective Spaces

Introspective spaces examines the artistic process of mindful introspection as the artists reflect upon their internal mindscape using abstract and semi-abstract components. Works in this section play with basic art elements such as shapes, forms, textures and colours to create compositions that visually express the artists’ state of minds, which may encompass complex emotions, stories and hopes they hold dear.

Thank You ...

Undoubtedly, this year’s pandemic has brought disruption to our daily lives. Through the constraints, challenges and inconveniences, we’ve learnt that strength comes in numbers and we are stronger by banding together. With this, the importance of community comes to light and we become more appreciative of the people around us. We work together towards becoming a more inclusive society.  Here, our students express their gratitude to the frontline workers such as doctors and nurses, our domestic workers who help build our city and even teachers who overcame obstacles to ensure learning continues.

Virtual Choir

In view of the continued uncertainty amidst the COVID-19 situation and its implications to existing norms, the National Day 1992 rendition “It’s the Little Things” was chosen to inspire everyone to appreciate ‘the little things’ that we may overlook in our lives. At the same time, the musical collaboration presents a great opportunity where students from the W7 Cluster of schools can work together to inspire all of us with their varied musical talents and moving voice.

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  • 2020
  • Captured Moments
  • Future Ready
  • Home Truly
  • I Wish
  • Introspective Spaces
  • Thank You ...
  • Virtual Choir

An Inclusive Society

Title: An Inclusive Society School: Bukit Batok Secondary School Student Artist(s) & class: Chan Jun Kai (4A2) Artist Statement: Have you found time recently to offer kind words to a stranger or support a cause close to your heart? To be in an inclusive society, every action matters. When we care, we inspire others to [...]

Stronger Together

Title: Stronger Together School: Bukit Batok Secondary School Student Artist(s) & class: Ivan Nyeow Zu Hong (2A6) Nur Diyanah Alisyah Bte Azhar (2A7) Fu Cheng Xuan (4A5) [1st row from the left] Artist Statement: Amidst all the different experiences that transpire in this difficult times, one thing remains – our resilience to overcome the challenges [...]

A New Beginning

Title: A New Beginning School: Bukit Batok Secondary School Student Artist(s) & class: D’lya Tijani Bte Mohd Rayme (3A4) Rindiany Bte Zulkarnaen (3A2) Choocit Aries Ananda (3A1) Artist Statement: 'A New Beginning’ brings awareness to organ donors as they open new chapters for organ failure patients and grant them a second chance in life. Igniting [...]

Heroes in Crisis

Title: Heroes in Crisis School: Bukit Batok Secondary School Student Artist(s) & class: Ryan Tan Yi Ren (2A4) Geraldine Chua (2A6) Lau Zi Suan (2A5) Jaishree D/O Rajamoorthi (2A2) Rachel Chang (2A4) Nur Arinah Thaqifah (2A7) Gonzales Nadine Maliwat (2A4) Kristen Chang Yi Ting (2A4) Alyss Dannissya Umairah (2A2) [from the left] Artist Statement: ‘Heroes [...]

My ‘Personal Values’

Title: My ‘Personal Values’ School: Bukit Batok Secondary School Student Artist(s) & class: Chong Xuan Yu (1A6) Artist Statement: My ‘Personal Values' depicts the items in my room. I enjoy the feeling of sleeping on a suspended bed to get a sense of freedom. The Rainbow light illuminate my room dimly, which is my prefered [...]

My Hero

Title: My Hero School: Fuhua Primary School Student Artist(s) & class: Iris Victoria – 3 Hope Artist Statement: This artwork is about teachers as they are like superheroes to me and they help me a lot in my learning journey. In this artwork, I made the teacher appear to be floating among the clouds, just [...]

Rainbow of Happiness

Title: Rainbow of Happiness School: Shuqun Primary School Student Artist(s) & class: Chloe Aw / Pr 4B1 Artist Statement: In my artwork, the background is a wavy rainbow, which is one of the things that makes me happy and excited. The rainbow also adds a pop of colour to the artwork. Other things that make [...]

Construction Workers

Title:  Construction Workers School: Fuhua Primary School Student Artist(s) & class: Usaith – 4 Respect Artist Statement: We should treasure the foreign construction workers in the country. They work hard under the hot sun to build our schools, homes, roads and malls. Cheers to our foreign construction workers! Medium: Colour pencil and watercolour paint Actual [...]

Foam

Title: Foam School: Yuhua Secondary School Student Artist(s) & class: Amela Rizqi Ng Ying Hui / Class 301 Artist Statement: The clear spiral acrylic represents foam on the beach that will eventually evaporates into the air. The silver coloured acrylic are waves that folds and pushes te foam on the beach till it evaporates. The [...]

Twisted Flower

Title: Twisted Flower School: Yuhua Secondary School Student Artist(s) & class: Nur Maria Rahmat / Class 301 Artist Statement: The ball of twisted acrylic that look like fluffy white flower explosion, represent state of mind. The petal like acrylic represents the people in my life who are also my support. Even with all the confusion [...]

Intertwined

Title: Intertwined School: Yuhua Secondary School Student Artist(s) & class: Ou Rui Ting / Class 307 Artist Statement: This work is a reflection of how different individuals can come together to perform an act of beauty. We learn to accommodate and accept each other’s weaknesses and find strength that others help shape. Medium: Acylic Sheet [...]

Unfolding

Title: Unfolding School: Yuhua Secondary School Student Artist(s) & class: Suhaila Muhamad / Class 306 Artist Statement: I never realised how a cold, hard and seemingly unbending material like a piece of acrylic sheet can be shaped into an organic and almost life like form. It reminds me of how even the hardiest of people [...]

The Dance

Title: The Dance School: Yuhua Secondary School Student Artist(s) & class: Lee Jie Yee / Class 307 Artist Statement: Have we ever noticed how graceful nature can be? We never realize how nature performs under our noses on a daily basis until we slow down and smell the flowers. Medium: Acylic Sheet Actual size of [...]

Digital Banner

Title: Digital Banner School: River Valley High School Student Artist(s) & class: Banner 1: FELICIA YEO SI MIN (2J) CHAI WEI LIN (2J) TAMMY OH YILING (2J) SHI YUN HAO, LYON (2J) Banner 2: GAIUS MAK ZHUN YONG (2F) NG SHI QING, EUGENIA (2F) KHO ZHE XIAN (2F) NEO ZHENG KANG (2F) Artist Statement: In [...]

Expressing through Abstract Painting

Title: Expressing through Abstract Painting School: River Valley High School Student Artist(s) & class: JOVIA LOW XUAN XUAN (1I) ANTHEA CHEE YU TING (1I) LI CHENJIA (1G) CHONG CHEE WEN (1I) YANG LIN XUAN (1F) XIONG ZIHAN (1I) CHAM JING XUAN (1I) NEO SHI TONG (1I) HOO RUI EN (1I) CHIN XIAO ROU (1I) Artist [...]

Colours in Bloom

Title: Colours in Bloom School: Princess Elizabeth Primary School Student Artist(s) & class: Collaborative artwork created by P3 & 4 students. Artist Statement: As part of our school’s PAM Day celebration, we worked together in groups of 3 to 4 to create these colourful paper sculptures. We arranged folded papers in a pattern to create [...]

Thrill

Title: Thrill School: Shuqun Primary School Student Artist(s) & class:Akshay M / Pr 4B1 Artist Statement: Bike racing is an enthusiastic sport that involves intense excitement in watching and competing. Some people may not like to ride bikes but when they see a bike race, they feel exhilarated. People who compete love the feeling when [...]

Happy Moments

Title: Happy Moments School: Shuqun Primary School Student Artist(s) & class: Clarisse Goh / Pr 4B1 Artist Statement: This drawing portrays a girl who is trying to study but instead day dreams about all the things that make her happy. Food, reading, being with friends, sleeping and even receiving gifts. I am just like this [...]

Candyland

Title: Candyland School: Shuqun Primary School Student Artist(s) & class: Xu Jia’En / Pr 4B1 Artist Statement: In a child’s mind, everything is simpler and easier to achieve. Therefore, I portray euphoria in a way a kid does not have to worry about bills, overeating or how full he or she will be. The child [...]

What We Missed Most

Title: What We Missed Most School: Rulang Primary School Student Artist(s) & class: Kayley Toh (3G) Alyssa Reia Tang (3G) Giselle Eng (3G) Low Yu Xuan (3G) Artist Statement: COVID-19 has changed our lives so much. We missed a lot of things during the Circuit Breaker period. We missed going out with our family, like to [...]

Little Things in Life

Title: Little Things in Life School: Rulang Primary School Student Artist(s) & class: Aufa Nufael (2F) Li Ruoke (2F) Raelyn Seah (2F) Tan Minxi (2F) Artist Statement: It’s the little things in life that matter the most… Our artworks illustrated what we missed doing during the COVID-19 Circuit Breaker period - from going to the beach, [...]

Circuit Breaker Blues

Title: Circuit Breaker Blues School: Rulang Primary School Student Artist(s) & class: Chloe Toh Xin Ying (4G) Liu Xiyuan Jeanine (4G) Tan Heng Quan (4G) Tan Rongyu (4G) Artist Statement: During Circuit Breaker period, we had to stay at home. Besides doing school work and attended HBL lessons, we were glad that we could cultivate new [...]

Life during Home-Based Learning (HBL)

Title: Life during Home-Based Learning (HBL) School: Princess Elizabeth Primary School Student Artist(s) & class: Hamza Mirza (6-Integrity) Artist Statement: My school’s art challenge gave me an opportunity to convey the story of my Covid-19 stay-home experience. I added a lot of comedic elements in this project such as jokes and puns I had shared [...]

The Things We Appreciate

Title: The Things We Appreciate School: Rulang Primary School Student Artist(s) & class: Lim Xi Ya (5G) Crystalyn Er (5G) Chloe Teo (5G) Dayna Ang (5G) Artist Statement: We missed going places and doing things we like prior to Circuit Breaker period. Some of us missed going to the park where we could exercise or chilled [...]

My ‘Personal Values’

Title: My ‘Personal Values’ School: Bukit Batok Secondary School Student Artist(s) & class: Chong Xuan Yu (1A6) Artist Statement: My ‘Personal Values' depicts the items in my room. I enjoy the feeling of sleeping on a suspended bed to get a sense of freedom. The Rainbow light illuminate my room dimly, which is my prefered [...]

Icons of Singapore – Gardens By The Bay(Flower Dome)

Title: Icons of Singapore – Gardens By The Bay (Flower Dome) School: Bukit Timah Primary School Student Artist(s) & class: 2 Graciousness Artist Statement: The Garden with Bees Flying upon the bushes Going up and down Medium: Mosaic Art Actual size of work: 60 cm x 84 cm

Gratitude for Singapore

Title: Gratitude for Singapore School: Princess Elizabeth Primary School Student Artist(s) & class: Reyes Tan, Goh Siak Xuan, Lim Hui Chen  Meredith, Tai Cen Qian Adelle & Puteri Nur Zerina (3-Self-Discipline) Benjamin Xu Kaicheng, Tan Mu Jun, Aloysius Bo Shun An, Neo Cayden, Nur Viviana, Shannon Tan Shi Ting & Lew Hui En Grace (3-Respect) [...]

Kites

Title: Kites School: Fuhua Primary School Student Artist(s) & class: Elizabeth Lee – 4 Respect Artist Statement: When our country went into lockdown due to the pandemic, I had to stay indoors with my family all the time. I missed all the fun things I used to do outdoors. One of my favourite things to [...]

By the Singapore River

Title:Gratitude for Singapore School: Princess Elizabeth Primary School Student Artist(s) & class: Reyes Tan, Goh Siak Xuan, Lim Hui Chen  Meredith, Tai Cen Qian Adelle & Puteri Nur Zerina (3-Self-Discipline) Benjamin Xu Kaicheng, Tan Mu Jun, Aloysius Bo Shun An, Neo Cayden, Nur Viviana, Shannon Tan Shi Ting & Lew Hui En Grace (3-Respect) Artist [...]

Icons of Singapore – Dragon Playground

Title: Icons of Singapore – Dragon Playground School: Bukit Timah Primary School Student Artist(s) & class: 2 Resilience Artist Statement: Fun Dragon Playground Children playing happily A unique icon Medium: Mosaic Art Actual size of work: 84 cm x 60 cm

Icons of Singapore – Changi Airport

Title: Icons of Singapore – Changi Airport School: Bukit Timah Primary School Student Artist(s) & class: 2 Harmony  Artist Statement: Tall and majestic Looking out for air traffic Pride of Singapore Medium: Mosaic Art Actual size of work: 60 cm x 84 cm 

Icons of Singapore – Esplanade

Title: Icons of Singapore – Esplanade School: Bukit Timah Primary School Student Artist(s) & class: 2 Respect Artist Statement: Sharp beautiful spikes Love and passion for the arts Light up Singapore Medium: Mosaic Art Actual size of work: 84 cm x 60 cm 

Lost In My Virtual World

Title: LOST IN MY VIRTUAL WORLD School: COMMONWEALTH SECONDARY Student Artist(s) & class: You Hui Yuan S2N Artist Statement: Oh the undermining control of technology on me little by little! As the school day ends, I would be lost and totally consumed in a dreamy virtual world with my mobile which seems to be far [...]

‘IRUSU’ (Fake Out)

Title: ‘IRUSU’ (Fake Out) School: Commonwealth Secondary School Student Artist(s) & class: Lim Jia Xuan S3C Artist Statement: “Irusu” is a Japanese word about this little act of pretending to be out when someone knocks on their door…because modern life today in social media has taken over without any warning and we just like distance [...]

Is Technology Polluting Art Bit By Bit?

Title: IS TECHNOLOGY POLLUTING ART BIT BY BIT? School: COMMONWEALTH SECONDARY Student Artist(s) & Class: Lim Yong Zhen S3P (Lead Artist) Daphene Lee Yun Jia S3P Wan Jia Qian S3C Zhang Wen Xin S3P Ashley Lum Xuan Yi S3S Eunice Ivan Reijian S3O A’isy Qashrina Binte Hidir S4S Nurul Hana Binte Mohamed Rafie S4O Tan [...]

2000s

Title: 2000s School: Millennia Institute Student Artist(s) & class: Oh Kai Hui (18A2) Artist Statement: 2020 is a year of change similar to the change during the year of millennium 2000s- where new way of life, language and learning occurs. This work drew inspiration from Fiona Rae’s artworks and the Kebaya costume. Modern visual communication [...]

Distance

Title: DISTANCE School: MILLENNIA INSTITUTE Student Artist(s) & class: Clara Tan Rae Yu (19A1) Artist Statement: This self-portrait is inspired by how technology has impacted the way we interact with others. While seemingly increasingly connected with the world, surrounded by memories captured via my mobile phone, I am physically alone. This reflects the virtual state [...]

Towards Utopia

Title: TOWARDS UTOPIA School: FUHUA SECONDARY SCHOOL Student Artist(s) & class: Krystal Lim Jia Xuan (4E4) Ong Xing Yin (4E3) Zhang Yu Wendy (4E3) Angeline Yu Kai Xin (4E3) Ma Mya Thee Char Tin Oo (4E2) Hu Cong Ying (4E1) Ng Yi Lin (4E3) Zou Muyan (4E2) Elaine Chai Ee Leng (4E6) Nicholas Cho Zheng [...]

One Earth

Title: ONE EARTH School: FUHUA SEONDARY SCHOOL Student Artist(s) & Class: Edwyna Lee Zi Wei (3S5) Rainer Tan (3S7) Jason Yeo Kar Meng (3S1) Karisma Luthfitanto (3S1) Chen Lemin (3S4) Tham Yong Ying (3S1) Ee Zhi Ying (3S2) Lai Jun Xiang (3S7) Kwa Jun Hao (3S7) Donovan Dua Jun Liang (3S7) Lee Dawn (3S7) Artist [...]

Different Worlds

Title: DIFFERENT WORLDS School: FUHUA SECONDARY SCHOOL Student Artist(s) & class: Lim Yan Ning (2I2) Artist Statement: This work explores the use of technology to create new art forms. The artist enjoys digital painting as it is a forgiving medium that allows her to explore her imagination freely. In art making, one can be transported [...]

I Am Here

Title: I AM HERE School: FUHUA SECONDARY SCHOOL Student Artist(s) & class: Lim Yan Ning (2I2) Lim Li Heng (2I7) Seoh Kaiyan Claire (2I4) Muhammad Hairul Bin Roslan (2I6) Mabel Ong Hui Xian (2I5) Nurul Rohayati Binte Rosman (2I6) Neo Yu Xuan (2I6) Pang Kai Ning (2I3) Tricia Yeo Jing Hui (2I5) Nicole Huang Wan [...]

W7 Cluster Virtual Choir (Year 2020)

In view of the continued uncertainty amidst the COVID-19 situation and its implications to existing norms, the National Day 1992 rendition “It's the Little Things” was chosen to inspire everyone to appreciate ‘the little things’ that we may overlook in our lives. At the same time, the musical collaboration presents a great opportunity where students [...]

Improvising a Composition

Title: Improvising a Composition Medium: 4B pencil on drawing paper Actual size of work: 21cm x 29.7cm each School: River Valley High School Student Artist(s) & Class: YEO WEN WEN, NICOLE (2E)TEO SHAN XI (2E)SIAK JING WEN (2E)ONG SZE KEE (2E)KEE HUI JIE (2E)CARISSA LIEW HUI WEN (2C)ANG YI EN, JERLENE (2D)SU TONG (2C)ELAIN GAN GUOSHUANG (2E)GOH [...]

Little Treasures

Title:  Little Treasures Medium: Mixed Media (Small found objects) Actual size of work: 75cm x 52cm School: Fuhua Primary School Student Artist(s) & Class: Mae Goh – 4 LoyaltyKadence Lim – 3 RespectSavina - 3 TrustLer Yao – 5 HopeSabrina – 4 DiligenceIris Victoria – 3 HopeLer Yi – 3 TrustSee Ya Ting – 4 [...]

2020

Title:  2020 Medium: Video School: Millennia Institute Student Artist(s) & Class: Tsai Hui Xuan (19A1) Artist Statement: In response to the year 2020, this video presents the inner emotions of the constant need of mental and physical space. This video looks at the details of the everyday ordinary object spaces and items. Combining the use [...]

Embrace

Title:  Embrace Description: 'Embrace' is a collective series of photographs taken by our P5 aspiring photographers, featuring everyday spaces around the school during the pandemic period. Medium: iPad Photography School: Lakeside Primary School Student Artist(s) & Class: Darwisy Syazwan 5AMohamed Riffqi 5AAmirah Zahara 5BAlya Binte Muhamad Kamal 5CTng Yu Jie Jovan 5DPavithran S/O Murugesan 5EMuhamad [...]