Oil on canvas
Dimensions: 101.6cm (H) x 76.2cm (W) x 2.5cm (D) / 40" (H) x 30" (W) x 1" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
This is a contemporary oil painting of Buddha in meditation, a contrast from the traditional ubiquitious symbols. The colour palette of purple evokes a calm and peaceful energy, that will help in your meditation and everyday life. A beautiful minimalist piece that will bring joy, happiness and serenity to your space. This simple abstract style will easily compliment any home or office, adding a tasteful touch to your home or office decor.
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Last Updated Feb 17, 2021
Based in: Singapore
~ the artist that paints peace
Growing up, societal norms and expectations of a traditional Asian family led Yin to choose a degree in Communications over an Art education. For years, she redirected her creative energy into advertising and photography – founding Red Ink Communications and Littlemissrabbit Photography. She loves what she does, but deep down, lays a nagging desire to pursue that childhood dream.
“To be an artist.”
In mid-2016, Yin finally made a gradual transition towards painting. Now, she finds joy and fulfillment creating her pieces.
Yin’s art is mostly inspired by the spiritual practice of meditation and her personal experiences and views on society. She hopes to be known as the artist that paints peace and strives to spread the message of self love through her art.
Yin studied Art during her Junior College years and graduated with honours from The School of Communications, Nanyang Technological University, specialising in advertising. She also used to paint at My Art Space.
- 100 Ways Home, 2017, Singapore, a joint charity exhibition for a village in Nepal along with a fellow artist.
- Artist Night Out, part of Singapore Night Festival, 2017.
- NParks Parks Festival 2017
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