Goh Jia Jie Singaporean, b. 1997
Goh Jia Jie, a graduate from Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts does mainly figurative drawings and paintings and is interested in describing the figures and portraits in her works with bright flashes of colour.
Goh is inspired by old school animations and painters including Norman Rockwell and John Bauer. Being fascinated in the process that leads to the outcome, she lets the materials and colours transform themselves as the art. She also experiments in making her own paints and materials for artmaking.
The Singaporean artist has interned and exhibited at Art Village Gallery and Studio in 2019 as a teaching assistant.
2020 New Beginnings, Group Exhibition, Cuturi Gallery, Singapore
New BeginningsGroup Exhibition 17 Oct - 5 Nov 2020 ExhibitionsCuturi Gallery is delighted to present its first group exhibition in its brand-new home at 61 Aliwal Street. The new gallery is nestled in a conservation shophouse of 400 sqm, standing in Singapore’s vibrant arts and cultural precinct of Bras Basah.Bugis , home to a myriad of independent art spaces...
Inaugural Singapore Gallery WeekendHo See Wah , Art and Market, November 18, 2020
ART EXHIBITIONS, TOURS AND MORE AT THE INAUGURAL SINGAPORE GALLERY WEEKEND FROM NOV 20 TO 22Toh Wen Li, The Straits Time, November 18, 2020
Arts Picks: Venice Biennale exhibition comes home, SAtheCollective's web performance series, and moreToh Wen Li, The Straits Time, October 22, 2020
Cuturi Gallery Moves Into a Restored Shophouse in Kampong GelamDewi Nurjuwita, TimeOut, October 20, 2020