Claudia Koh is a Singaporean painter whose works explores the relationship between the beauty of humans and nature. With artistic influences as diverse as Hieronymous Bosch and Alessandro Michele, she creates art that speaks about personal curiosities and interests. Combinations of both her interests in fashion and fine art has allowed the expansion of different ways of looking at things around her, especially the relationship we have with nature and animals. Using cheery visuals with subtle hints of satire and eeriness in her paintings allows the audience to have a better understanding of the messages and opinions she portrays.


Claudia Koh was born in 1999 in Singapore. Having graduated from Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts with a diploma in Fine Arts in 2020, she has been constantly creating paintings while working at an art gallery. She will be graduating from Rhode Island School of Design with a BFA in 2026.