Art in Wetlands

Sharing nature through art

25th anniversary Sungei Buloh Wetlands 7 Oct 018 October 7, 2018

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Nature Sketching at Botanic Gardens September 1, 2018

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Paint along with PuiSan August 22, 2018

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This Sunday 28 August we will meet at the ApiApi Lab at 830am, have a briefing there  and weather permitting go outside to explore the coastal forest, all the way to Eagle Point to do or nature sketching. Bring along  any art materials  you have and have fun learning to translate the wetlands in your own special way.

See you at the New Visitor Centre at  Sungei Buloh Wetlands on 28 Aug Sunday at 0830am.

Posted here is a graphite sketch of my favourite croc at the reserve. I call him Alex.

 

Artists get-together at Sungei Buloh Wetlands August 1, 2018

Does nature inspire you? Ever felt a burning desire to create art projects and dust Sungei Buloh with your magical artistic touch?

Gather your fellow artist friends and come join us for an artist get-together on 4 August (Saturday) at Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve! We’ll go on a walk and be inspired by nature for possible art projects around the reserve!

 Here are the details:

Date: 4 August 2018, Saturday

Time: 9am to 11 am

Location: SBWR, Visitor Centre, Kranji Way Entrance (60 Kranji Way, Singapore 739453)

 Kindly RSVP with the number of guests and their names to florence_sim@nparks.gov.sg

 Best regards,

Florence

 

 

Nature Sketching at Botanic Gardens 21 Jul2018 July 21, 2018

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Say Bye to my exhibition at Singapore Botanic Gardens, Beyond Gingers: Tham Pui San’s Encounters With Nature July 7, 2018

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Sharing my Passion with the Community


All good things must come to an end.
For nearly 3 months I had the privilege to share much with so many people from all walks of life.
It was truly a fulfilling and meaningful experience.
Appreciating and enjoying Nature through my art has certainly reached out and touched many who turned out to view the exhibits and who had the chance to listen to my nature encounters and translating them visually in the many mediums I employed.
Some will be converted to take notice of our nature wonders, possibly indulging in some creative expressions of Nature, but certainly the message of cherishing our natural heritage would have been well received.
Tomorrow is the final day and I will conduct one more tour at 10am to end the this 3 months of meaningful connection with the community.
You are welcome to join in.

 

Beyond Gingers Exhibition Last Day on 8 July 2018.

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