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The Circle of Life
October 22, 2016, The Fullerton Hotel

  • Jeffrey Wandly
    Mackenzie Road II, Little India
    Ink, acrylic on canvas
    200 x 70 cm


    1 / 4

  • Jeffrey Wandly
    Blair Road V, Tanjong Pagar
    Ink, acrylic on canvas
    120 x 120 cm

    2 / 4

  • Midah Arshad
    Acrylic and charcoal on canvas
    120 x 120 cm


    3 / 4

  • Gazaly Haron
    Oil and acrylic on canvas
    78 x 104 cm

    4 / 4


SINGAPORE Maya Gallery is once again proud to support The Sarah Grace Sarcoma Foundation for the third yearin their fundraising gala for sarcoma cancer research. The gala and exhibition will be held at The Fullerton Hotel on 22 October 2015.

Maya will present 8 artworks by 3 Singapore artists for auction – Gazaly Haron, Jeffrey Wandly and Midah Arshad.


22 October 2016
Saturday, 6 pm – 1 am

The Fullerton Hotel

Tickets are available at

or email to
+6291 1760 /

Organised by
The Sarah Grace Sarcoma Foundation

The Sarah-Grace Sarcoma Foundation advocates increased research to find new and better therapies with which to treat patients with Sarcomas, which are rare and deadly cancers that affect hundreds of thousands of people worldwide. Founded by Dr Grace Moshi, the Foundation raises money to fund grants for the support of Sarcoma research through the John Curtin School of Medical Research at the Australian National University and the Australian Sarcoma Study Group (ASSG)  which is based at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre in Melbourne Australia; and also conducts education and advocacy efforts in order to create community awareness of Sarcoma.

About Maya Gallery
Originally located in historic Kampong Glam, Maya Gallery reopened in Ubi in April 2015. The gallery actively contributes in the promotion of Southeast Asian artists, with a strong focus on Singaporean artists. It has collaborated with various galleries and organisations, and participated in international art fairs and festivals in Indonesia, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Shanghai and Korea. Its activities range from art consultancy, exhibitions and talks to art programmes. Maya Gallery was officially opened in 2012 by Ms Janice Koh, former Nominated Member of Parliament (NMP) for the Arts. Since then, the gallery has shown more than 90 artists and 40 exhibitions, and contributed to numerous community and fundraising efforts. It is a member of the Art Galleries Association Singapore (AGAS).



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