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A Remarkable Chance: Artworks Below $5000
This collection features works by acclaimed artists such as Wu Qiong and Eva Armisen- which are all priced below $5000! This is definitely a remarkable chance to purchase their works at an excellent price, which you do not want to miss.
Masters of Ink
Ink painting has been an integral part of Asian cultures for thousands of years, but within the last few decades, contemporary artists have begun to innovate and elevate the style beyond its traditional origins. This collection feature works by three masters of ink; Lim Tze Peng, Hong Zhu An and Qin Feng, whose striking paintings incorporate contemporary concepts and renew this long-standing genre with splendour.
A Place of Solace
Leave your worries behind and take a breath of fresh air with this soothing range of works by artists such as Hong Viet Dung, Elizabeth Langreiter, and S.Dwi Stya Acong. Featuring tranquil landscapes and imagery, these paintings will calm your mind and soul, and transport you to the wonderful world of art.
Velocity In Motion
Powerful, mesmerizing, weightless. The artworks in this collection defy conventions and boundaries with their innovative mediums and subjects, and generate a thrilling sense of energy, dynamism, and incredible velocity. Rainer Lagemaan produces a powerful freeze-frame of gestures and emotions with his sculptures, while Patrick Rubinstein and Patrick Hughes invite viewers to become the animator of their thrilling kinetic artworks, which come alive according to their movements.
Figurative Magnificence: Sculpture Collection
This collection celebrates sculptures from a diverse range of artists, such as Indonesian artist Adi Gunawan's charming bulbous figures, and Japanese artist Hiro Ando's Neo-Pop Cats. These artists create visual poetry through three-dimensional sculptural forms. Their works are a manifestation of unique artistic vision and exquisite craftsmanship, and will imbue your home with vibrancy for generations to come.
On The Horizon: A Journey Through Stunning Landscapes
Landscape paintings are a long-standing tradition of art history that finds roots both in Western and Asian art, and contemporary artists are still working on this rich genre today. Evocative and colourful nature sceneries are an elegant way to add colour and personality to your space. Let the stunning textures and intriguing perspectives of these works transform the mood of your home, and transport you to magnificent lands!
Innocent and Whimsical: Naive Art
Innocent art seeks to depict the authentic experience of our world, much like the way it is seen through the eyes of children, with vivacious and joyful color palettes. This collection features a selection of innocent and whimsical works by artists such as Eva Armisen and Coplu, which will instantly brighten your space, and transport you back to the wonder of your youth with their charming imagery and themes.
This exciting collection features a diverse range of emerging artists who are at the forefront of artistic innovation, creating mesmerizing masterpieces with unique techniques and subjects. From Patrick Rubinstein's thrilling kinetic artworks to Fonne's striking drip technique, these artworks dazzle and delight audiences of all ages.
Ren Zhen Yu's Pop and Politics
Ren Zhenyu's interpretation of other emblematic figures of the last 50 years include Albert Einstein, Winston Churchill, Queen Elizabeth II, Diana, Princess of Wales, Barack Obama, Francis Bacon, Lucian Freud, Deng Xiaoping, Lee Kwan Yew, Damian Hirst etc.
Through his bold, mesmerising portraits, Ren investigates the concept and nature of the term 'icon', raising questions about what makes a figure iconic and how that perception is perpetuated.
In Ren's portrait of Deng Xiaoping, leader of the Communist Party of China, Deng was a reformer who led China towards a market economy. Deng became the core of the "second generation" of Chinese leadership. He is considered "the architect" of a new brand of socialist thinking. Deng opened China to foreign investment, the global market, and limited private competition. He was generally credited with developing China into one of the fastest growing economies in the world for over 30 years and raising the standard of living of hundreds of millions of Chinese.
Unabating Spring - Hong Zhu An
Hong Zhu An's paintings glow with the layered pigments that are placed stroke by stroke upon rice paper, the under-layers burning their way to the surface of the blocks of the colors. Each layer consists of thousands of calligraphic strokes, creating an expanse of color and depth.
Hong Zhu An has a deep love of the line or stroke and his understanding of its importance as a fundamental of Chinese artistic expression does not contradict his search for new avenues in Chinese art. Wielding his brush fearlessly even as he charts new artistic territory, Hong Zhu An allies eye and hand in brave new ways to connect with the age old Chinese sensibility, the ability to converse with nature and make it scintillate on intellectual, philosophical and spiritual levels that are uniquely his. His works are resplendent because they reveal the beauty of the world, life, and man. From oracle bone inscriptions, to calligraphy, to the glaze blue arabesques of Ming porcelain, the line is more aesthetically and philosophically fundamental to Chinese culture, so necessary that painters spend a lifetime mastering it.
A Burst of Pop
Using bold and strong bursts of colours to express an artist's creativity and art intent, this pop collection showcases our very best colorful works. From laser cut metal, print on canvas, to resin sculptures and mixed media on wood, these works instantly brighten up a space with their eclectic use of colours and innovation.
Liu Zhengyong's New Form of Movements
A young acclaimed Chinese artist with a strong focus on expressionism painting, Liu Zhen Yong will exhibit his latest works at the much anticipated Art Stage 2016 Singapore on behalf of Ode to Art Gallery. His artworks have its roots in traditional Chinese painting. Through his artworks, viewers can discern the essence of Chinese painting, namely yi qi —a standard of good paintings in ancient China— and shen si —images of people and mountains that are in a state similar and dissimilar to the original forms. Liu had Exhibited in international shows in France, Italy, USA and Germany.
Encountering the Dark - Park Seung Mo
Born in Korea, sculptor Park Seung Mo, who received his degree in Fine Arts at Dong A University in Korea in 1998, creates giant ephemeral portraits by cutting layer after layer of wire mesh. Each work begins with a photograph which is superimposed over layers of wire with a projector then, using a subtractive technique, Park slowly snips away areas of mesh. Each piece is several inches thick and each plane that forms the final image is spaced a few finger widths apart, giving the portraits a depth and dimensionality.
The Mimetic of Form
From slender silhouettes to portraits of vitality, from painterly representations to pinpoint facets of body speech, figurative representation remains one of Art's most definitive canons to this day. Browse our collection of figurative artists from around the world and their diverse methodology of contemporary takes on the eternal mimetic of form.
Carrying an epic history, monumental present and a future of grandeur, China is a land of diverse and rich heritage that has steadily grown into a global symbol of resilience and progress. Recount its story, pay homage to its journey and revel in the fruits of its artistry wit the collection of some of China's finest established and rising artists who have made it the testament of their art to uphold the struggle of their people and the triumph of their determination
South East Asian Originals for $4500 and Under
Experience guilt-free Art splurging with our collection of original works by some of South East Asia's top emerging artists at $4500 and under.
Unrestrained East- A Collection of Indonesia's Finest
Brimming with energy, charged with emotion and shouting aloud sharp social commentary, the full bodied art of Indonesia refuses to be ignored, gripping its way into the world of modern contemporary Art. Often carrying heavy political critique masked by fluid aesthetics, every artwork- whether abstract or representative- promises both intellectual and sensory piquancy, and an unforgettable gimpse of the Unrestrained East
Pocketful of Art - A Miniature Collectible Series
Put away your sculpture inhibitions and enjoy our series of miniature sculptures that make delightful and accessible additions to your collection. From Asian to International- Here's your chance to collect works from some of the biggest contemporary sculptors today!
Adamantine: Contemporary Metal Works for the Contemporary Collector
Revolutionizing the art of sculpture, the introduction of Metal as a medium opened infinite avenues of art direction- bringing with it the promise of both antiquity and modernity,encased in adamantine creativity. Be it show piece works that draw the eye or temperate aesthetics that complete a space- Metal is a medium of the contemporary.
The City Speaks- A Collection of Singapore's Finest
From connoisseurs of ink, to watercolour veterans and minstrels of acrylic- Singapore's vast and dynamic host of artistic innovators have taken the world by storm, establishing their creative offerings into international renown.
Spanning generations of cultural and stylistic development, Ode to Art boasts an extensive collection of Singaporean talent, covering second generation legends, international headliners, and emerging artists alike, who have transmuted their uniquely Singaporean backgrounds into cultural medleys and skilled expositions. Be it a homage to the city-state's history, or artistic testaments of technical virtuosity- with every work of Singaporean art- the city speaks.
Born of capricious imaginations and playful wanderings, there is unbounded beauty in art that captures the soul of the whimsical. Mischievous, fantastical, and yet, poignant with their inherent emotional and nostalgia, the works of visual poet Christian Pendelio, stylistic veteran David Bromley and the ever endearing Eva Armisen create imaginative playgrounds of carefree innocence and the fancies of forgotten idealism . Be it for your child, or for your inner child, these whimsical retellings are sure to not only please the senses, but warm the heart and stir the soul.
Singapore's Master of Watercolor - Ong Kim Seng
Behind luscious strokes and the iridescent blend of aquarelle, lies the hand of a man enchanted by light, devoted to colour, and inspired by the sincerity of original artistic creation. A self-taught observer, traveller and passionate learner, Ong Kim Seng has ascended the ranks of formal appreciation to claim his title as one of the most celebrated watercolourists of our age. His work has propelled his name into international renown and made him a modern-day cultural treasure.
Voluptuous in Vogue - The Works of Fernando Botero
Using his images as his language of expression, Botero is a narrator. He is a teller of fables, with his power lying in the depiction of the sedentary. Notions of wisdom are wrapped in subtleties of irony and, at times, scathing commentary. Turning traditional concepts on their head and shifting viewpoints from societal stereotypes to unassuming endearment, the forms of Botero are champions of the unspoken and unseen. They are expressive and grandiose, creators of their own standards of beauty.
Ode to Art is proud to display a glimpse into the jolly, rotund world of the great Fernando Botero. A wide array of sketches, paintings and sculptures are testament to the prowess, versatility and creative ingenuity of this landmark artist.