SINGAPORE - Maya Gallery is pleased to present\'Colourful Chaos\', a group exhibition of three contemporary women artists. These women from Turkey, Brazil and Malaysia come together to bring you an array of abstract works that will leave your mind ticking.Deusa Blumke(Brazil),Valerie Ng(Malaysia) andNaz Kaya(Turkey) showcase works with bold contrast in textures against colours, and visual impact against emotions provoked. They seek to create an international feast for the eyes, to whet the local appetite here in Singapore.
The exhibition is inspired by the idea of spontaneity and unpredictability in our journey of life, here represented by the artists\' unexpected changes and inspirations they faced in their walk with life. The works will definitely create a debate, between what you see through their creations and what you may already know from your own personal life experiences.
DEUSA BLUMKE, Brazil
Born and raised in Brazil, it is no wonder that Deusa Blumke’s works burst through the canvas with the most vibrant and intense colors. And the spontaneity evident in the strokes and textures of her works bear testimony to her living in different countries through her course in life. Based in Singapore, Deusa is a Fine Arts graduate from the LaSalle College of the Arts.
VALERIE NG, Malaysia
Valerie Ng (Val Ng) was born in Malaysia, and began to focus on painting after she first attended the Alternative Foundation in Fine Art at The Slade Summer School, The Slade School of Fine Art, University College of London, UK. From then on, there has been no turning back. This Singapore-based artist has exhibited her works all over the world, and they have found homes with collectors from Sweden, Germany, New Zealand and The United Kingdom, amongst others. Her works reflect her connection with nature, and how it inspires her – through the textures and colors.
NAZ KAYA, Turkey
Having studied in Turkey, and then moving to Indonesia, Naz Kaya has been exposed to various changes in environment and cultures. Her way of dealing with recognizing and acknowledging these changes, is through her art. Naz’s works shows a flow of energy, surging through the colours and forms on the canvas. Her works portray life through her eyes while she lived in Indonesia, a testimony to everyday happenings. She is now based in Houston, Texas.