Teo Shih Chin (b.1975, Singapore) is an artist cum art educator. As an artist, she provides a respite from the bustle and bustle of modern living with images that encourage a quiet mind. Images range from watercolour sceneries to abstract paintings. Helmed with an Honours degree in Art and a Masters degree in Art Education, she believes that in order to nurture a nation that appreciates the value of art, the right approach to Art education must start from the very young. As such she aims to facilitate children in their natural artistic development and help adults express themselves through art.
Afternoon Ripples - is part of the water series, where ripples are depicted at different times of the day, morning, noon, afternoon and night. In the midst of our busy life, this work encourages viewers to soothe and quieten their minds for a time of quiet reflection, as they look upon a surface of quiet ripples.
Spiral Pink and Gold - is part of the spiral series, where the relief and flat surface interplays. What can the spiral be for you? A rose, a journey, a maze or a tunnel?