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Glass artworks by four Singaporean artists a major draw at Dale Chihuly's exhibition

Singapore's 'Dale Chihuly: Glass in Bloom' exhibition will feature a galore of events this year, including an exclusive display of artworks by four local artists that is sure to mesmerise crowds. 

'The Colours That Surround Us' (2021) by Tunku Khalsom
'The Colours That Surround Us' (2021) by Tunku Khalsom. Photo courtesy: Hustle&Bustle

'Glass in Bloom', a major garden exhibition by Dale Chihuly, one of the world’s most-renowned glass artists from Seattle, will end on October 3. 

The artworks by the four Singaporean artists Florence Ng, Jahan Loh, Koh Dawn and Tunku Khalsom are currently on display.

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'Discover Your True Self' (2021) by Koh Dawn. Photo courtesy: Hustle&Bustle

'Circle of Life' (2021) by Florence Ng, a pioneer glass artist from glass art and design studio Synergraphic Design. This piece is displayed at the 'Dale Chihuly: Glass in Bloom' Exhibition Gift Shop.

'Adam and Eve' (2018) a bronze artwork by Jahan Loh, a well-known contemporary artist based in Singapore, can be found at Saraca Plaza.

'Discover Your True Self' (2021) by Koh Dawn, a Paper Sculpture Artist, is on display at Bloom by Commune Café.

'The Colours That Surround Us' (2021) by Tunku Khalsom, an international artist whose works feature bold and colourful expressions inspired by her childhood experiences, is also on display at Bloom by Commune Café. 

A special coffee table book featuring a myriad of photographed artworks by Dale Chihuly set against the phenomenal landscape of Gardens by the Bay, messages and quotes from him, and exploring his most recognised series of works featured in his exhibition in Singapore, will also be available for sale. 

The public can also look forward to a host of additional programmes celebrating Chihuly’s glass art, including Comprehensive guided tours of the exhibition. 

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'Adam and Eve' (2018) a bronze artwork by Jahan Loh. Photo courtesy: Hustle&Bustle

Visitors can sign up for a specially curated guided tour to take a deep dive into the mind of Dale Chihuly. This personalised experience promises to provide exclusive insights into the Dale Chihuly’s: Glass in Bloom experience.  

“Despite the challenges faced in putting together a show of this scale amid a raging pandemic, we have been very proud to be able to present the works of such a celebrated contemporary glass artist in Singapore. Just as Chihuly is a symbol of resilience, as portrayed in his mastery of the beautiful and delicate art of glassblowing, we hope we have inspired people with his artworks and life story at this exhibition, and hope to plan more exciting shows in the future,” said Michael Lee, CEO of Hustle & Bustle, on the partnership with Chihuly Studio.

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'Circle of Life' (2021) by Florence Ng. Photo courtesy: Hustle&Bustle

 

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