Chloe Ho Chloe Ho (born in 17.1.2008) started learning art from teacher Lynn when she was very young and enjoyed experimenting with different materials and styles. Her favourite subject matter […]
Chloe Ho (born in 17.1.2008) started learning art from teacher Lynn when she was very young and enjoyed experimenting with different materials and styles. Her favourite subject matter is elephant and quite a number of her artworks are of elephants. She loves acrylic painting and has exhibited her works in the National Library, Art House Gallery, Art House’s Screening Room and a cafe in Singapore. She also sold her art at Chijmes to raise funds for the needy and was involved in the making of Christmas toys for a welfare home. In 2017, she was awarded a special award for a national photography competition.
I hope that through my artworks, others will be inspired and know that art is not just about drawing or sketching what we see in our daily lives, but being creative and having the courage to showcase our imaginations.Chloe Ho
Kiera Koh (born in 14.1.2007) enjoys working with her hands. Under Teacher Lynn’s tutelage, she is exposed to different art forms; sketching, painting, working with clay and plaster. She is currently experimenting with water colours but is open to exploring any form of art expression. She has been actively involved in pay it forward projects by being an assistant instructor in a public library. She also created Christmas toys for a welfare home. In 2017, she garnered 3rd place in a national photography competition and in 2019, she won a Golden + Artist award in an art competition. Her works have been showcased in the Art House Screening Room, Art House Gallery, National Library and a cafe in Singapore.
I hope that we can make the world a better place for animals through environmental conservation. Let’s preserve resources like their natural habitats so that they can continue to live in the wild.Kiera Koh