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Thursday, 19 August 2021

ADVISORY ON COVID-19

ADVISORY ON COVID-19Maya Gallery welcomes you to our art space. Your well-being remains our concern.In line with the latest return to Phase 2 (Heightened Alert), all visitors to the gallery must abide by the following:Wear face masksHave temperature takenCheck-in using TraceTogether-only Safe EntryPractise responsible social distancing at our premisesMay visit in groups of not more than 5If you are unwell, please rest at home. More on Safe Management Measures here:- National Heritage Board- National Arts CouncilThank you! . . .
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Saturday, 8 May 2021

First exhibition at the new gallery space!

Maya Gallery kicks off its first exhibition, 'Reflection', on 8 May 2021 at its new gallery space! The gallery started in Kampong Glam in 2012. It later moved to Ubi in 2015, and once again settled down in a bigger premise on the fifth floor of 57 Genting Lane in April this year. 'Reflection' marks the month of Ramadan, celebrated by Muslims all over the world. A period of fasting with steadfastness, it is a time to renew one's faith, reflect on one's actions and recollect memories of loved ones. Denoting values of peace, kindness, patience and love, Ramadan reminds us to share joy and inspirations especially during difficult times like the pandemic. The exhibition also welcomed the month of Syawal, celebrating the end of the month-long fast. Known as Eid or Hari Raya Puasa, this holiday is marked with gratitude and strengthening of bonds amongst family and friends. A visual celebrat . . .
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Saturday, 8 May 2021

A-List: Reflection

‘Reflection’ is the Maya Gallery’s first exhibition at their new space! It also marks the Islamic month of Ramadan—a period of fasting, to renew one’s faith, reflect on one’s actions and remind us to share joy and inspirations especially during difficult times like the pandemic. The exhibition also welcomes Syawal, where Muslims celebrate the end of the month-long fast in commemoration of Eid or Hari Raya Puasa, with gratitude is forged and of bonds amongst family and friends are strengthened. A visual celebration through the eyes of various artists , ‘Reflection’ presents fine work incorporating Islamic calligraphy, mosques, local landscapes and abstract expressions across various mediums like oil, acrylic, watercolour, batik, photography, ceramics and mixed media. https://www.a-list.sg/event-details/?event_id=a-list-sg_reflection-11&fbclid=IwAR01RqGZsaga9 . . .
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Tuesday, 23 March 2021

Maya Gallery has relocated!

Maya Gallery has relocated to a new space! Our home is now at 57 Genting Lane #05-00. Thanks to you, our artists, collectors and friends, for your kind support since we first started in 2012. Each move comes with new vibes and we are excited to continue our journey with you. Do look out for our upcoming exhibitions in the coming months, where we feature our treasured artists and introduce new talents. Amidst the move, we continued to uphold our commitment to community projects. Maya Gallery is proud of the appointment of our gallery cofounder and director Masturah Sha'ari as Chairperson (Working Committee) for Voices & Visions, the fourth edition of the Singapore Women Artists Exhibition. Organised by the Federation of Art Societies (Singapore) in conjunction with International Women's Day, the exhibition showcased more than 100 Singapore female artists with works ranging from paintin . . .
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Tuesday, 1 April 2014

Buffel Art Project: Artistic Vibes

Jeffrey Wandly, 50, and Masturah Sha'ari, 45, Founders of Maya Gallery —Q: You are both founders of Maya Gallery and are greatly involved in other art-related businesses too. Do your kids have similar artistic inclinations? Jeff: Art is part of our lives and it's been with us since we were kids. When you do art, your world view changes and we like to encourage that for our kids too. Whenever we go overseas, we'll definitely bring a bag of art supplies, so they can doodle and sketch when they feel inspired. Q: You do illustrations in your free time and have even published a book. Is that something we'll be seeing in your creation? Mas: I did illustrations of origami animals in a children's book that was published. I'm thinking of using this same 3-D technique for the bull sculpture. There'll be bright colours and origami effects, but instead of crayon, I may go for acrylic, which pro . . .
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Friday, 20 July 2012

Collaboration between Singaporean and Indonesian artists

Maya Gallery Singapore is pleased to showcase a group exhibition, Maya+Barrack, which explores the artistic journeys of Singaporean and Indonesian artists and shares their thoughts on social, cultural, political, economic and other global issues. The exhibition will run from 18 July to 1 August 2012.Singaporean artists Sunar Sugiyou, Rosihan Dahim, Jeffrey Wandly and Sufian Hamri, team up for the first time with Indonesian artists from the Yogyakarta-based Barrack Art – Stefan Buana, Afif AF, Ahmed Zafli, Bayu W., Harlen Kurniawan, Rully Rahim and Wira Purnama.With this show, we hope to offer opportunities for young artists to showcase their works by placing them with experienced artists, and in the process encourage further friendships and creative collaborations.Afif AF or Afif Abdul Fatah (b.1985) often depicts in his works the strength of the human spirit, which allows one to step . . .
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