Art Exhibitions in 2022
Singapore in Pastel
August - October
An artist once said, to know an artist's skill, look at his portrait paintings. "Singapore in Pastel" showcases Low Hai Hong's pastel paintings, with special focus on his portrait paintings.
March - June
"Impressionism" showcases the breathtaking oil on canvas paintings of Low Hai Hong's Paris and Shanghai.
Nanyang in Pastel
January - February
In conduction with Singapore Art Week, "Nanyang in Pastel" features Low Hai Hong's pastel paintings. Nanyang refers to the Southern Seas and in Singapore's art history, it generally refers to the areas of Singapore, Malaysia and Bali.
Art Exhibitions in 2021
This is My Country
July - August
Celebrate National Day with Low Hai Hong's oil on paper paintings of Singapore, with the iconic Padang and Old Supreme Court Building, Chinatown and Singapore River.
Bali in Pastel
May - June
"Bali in Pastel" features Low Hai Hong's pastel paintings of Bali. You will be amazed at the neon green, bright orange, dazzling blue in his pastel paintings, that make traditional and cultural Bali look contemporary and pop.
March - April
"Smooth Sailing" features oil paintings of the iconic bum boats on the Singapore River, the struggles of fishermen in the East Coast of Malaysia and the fishing village of Pualu Ketam in Malaysia. Let's set sail!
January - February
"Spring Rhapsody" is a collection of oil on paper paintings of blooms by Singapore artist Low Hai Hong. It's the season of new beginnings and love!
Art Exhibitions in 2020
A Singapore Artist in Paris
November - December
Singapore artist Low Hai Hong spent six months in Paris under a NAFA residency programme in 2001. "A Singapore Artist in Paris" showcases 20 of the oil on Chinese rice paper paintings he painted during his time there.
A New Chapter
Our first exhibtion at our new art gallery! Featuring oil on canvas paintings by Singapore artist Low Hai Hong, "A New Chapter" is a milestone that will kick start ARTualize's long and meaningful journey in art.
Art is unquestionably one of the purest and highest elements in human happiness. It trains the mind through the eye, and the eye through the mind. As the sun colours flowers, so does art colour life. - John Lubbock