76 x 56cm
The skyscrapers of glass and steel are plastered with billboards and logos of globally recognised brands, with the glaring words and symbols assuaging our vision. The square is filled with a mass of people and vehicles - headlights, car bodies and human figures dissolving into a combined trail of watercolour. In this day and age, solitude and peace are hard to come by amidst a bombardment of advertising and cacophony of sound. With access to an endless mass of information, it is indeed becoming true that 'more is less.'
- +Artist Bio
Born in 1979, Aaron Gan graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce (Dean’s List) from the University of Western Australia in 2003. As a watercolorist with a passion for landscapes, he constantly strives for new and innovative approaches to watercolour. He began painting full-time in 2012 after joining the Singapore Watercolor Society, and is also a member of the NAFA (Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts) Club and Singapore Art Society. He was one of three Asians selected to participate in the International Watercolour Biennial in Belgium in 2012. His favourite artists include Wu Guanzhong, Chen Wen Hsi and Alvaro Castagnet. Following his sold-out debut show, he sold over 250 paintings in his first three years. Corporate clients include GIC, Keppel FELS and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Works presented at Art Apart Fair 2014
Solo Exhibition ‘Vivid Vistas’, Utterly Art Singapore
Duo Artists Exhibition ‘My Dreams. Our Hopes’, LWH Gallery, Shanghai
Solo Exhibition A Point of View’, Utterly Art Singaporee
Group exhibition with Utterly Art 12th Anniversary Show
Exhibited at ‘Singapore Celebration” at 7 Adam
Exhibited at the International Watercolour Biennial Belgium
Exhibited with Utterly Art at Affordable Art Fair
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