Art in Wetlands

Sharing nature through art

Water Color Wetlands by Tham Pui San November 18, 2013

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View of main pond on the right from the Main Bird Hide.
This painting is a memorable one. A group of eight otters appeared below the deck, and a water snake was their object of fun and teasing right before my eyes.

The next paintalong session will be conducted at Platform 2 on 24 Nov 2013 from 0830 to 1130am.

 

Nature Art On Trash Bins July 31, 2009

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Volunteers Work of Art

Volunteers Work of Art

Trash Bin Art: The next time you visit Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve be sure to enjoy the beautiful artwork done by our conservation volunteers and the Buloh Dabblers. A special activity for the Volunteer Appreciation Day on the 18 OCt, 2008, was the trash bin painting contest. Volunteers were given 2 hour to paint these bins, on all 5 sides if they had the time. And most met the challenge headon and managed to complete. The finished panels were simply beautiful and brightens up the images of the otherwise taken for granted bins. Thanks to all who participated.
Tham Pui San, 20 Oct 2008

 

A Charcoal Sketch to record my walk September 23, 2008

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Sungei Buloh vs Johor Bahru skyline

Sungei Buloh vs Johor Bahru skyline

One of my favourite walks I take at Buloh is at this mangrove boardwalk. I could see Malaysia across the straits. The contrasting  shapes of mangrove trees silhouetted against  the city skyline of Johor Bahru caught my  attention, making it a telling image of nature vs man, complementing perhaps in terms of aesthetics or silently declaring our co-existence is in imminent disruption. Neither aspect was the reason for my sketch. I scanned the horizon, everything there look tranquil and still. No human presence, no traffic noise and no trash washed ashore this morning. The silence is only broken by occasional bird calls.  Its another perfect morning to start my new day. 

Tham Pui San

23Sep 08

 

Coming soon: oil series for Sg Buloh June 2, 2008

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pen sketch showing the 4 egrets at reststorm clouds over BulohWatch out  for my next exhibition at Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve in Dec 08.

 Here are two thumbnail references for plein air painting at the Main Hide on 2 June, 08.

 Tham Pui San, updated 2 June 08.

 

Sketching in Chiangmai Tour Nov 2017 August 22, 2017

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Paint along with PuiSan August 21, 2017

Dear friends, This coming Sunday (27 Aug 2017) our end month outdoor art session will be conducted at Sungei Buloh ‘s new Visito r Centre. Please meet there at 830am. If you are late please ask the security guard for directions to our sketching spot.
See you there and enjoy your weekend outdoors in our beautiful wetlands.
Try spotting the kingfishers in the painting.

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Parks for Everyone Publication of Nparks and The Straits Times 30 June 2017 July 1, 2017

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Festival of Biodiversity 2017 May 29, 2017

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Paint along with Pui San 28 May 2107 May 26, 2017

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Paint along with Pui San April 24, 2017

On 30 April 2017 ( Sunday) our next outdoor art session at Sungei Buloh will be conducted at Shelter 3 of The Mangrove Boardwalk.

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We will meet at the WETLANDS CENTRE ( the old VISITOR CENTRE) before we move on to Shelter 3. Please bring along any art materials you like.

See you at Sungei Buloh WETLANDS CENTRE .

 

Installation Art at Sungei Buloh April 12, 2017

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An initiative by Friends  Of Sungei Buloh, to engage the community and encourage  greater appreciation of our wetlands. Loyang Secondary School is our first group of students to participate in this environment related  art project to celebrate International Coastal Cleanup in Sep 2107