Art in Wetlands

Sharing nature through art

THERE’S HOPE FOR OUR WETLANDS August 5, 2016

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Sometimes you need to look hard to find seedlings sprouting on the mudflat. But they are there waiting to grow up.The presence of these cute young plants gives one the renewed hope and faith in mother nature.
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Today, 6 August 2016::8 YEARS ON AFTER POSTING THIS, I STILL BELIEVE THAT OUR WETLANDS HAD DONE WELL AND CONTINUE TO THRIVE

Tham Pui San, Nature Artist

 

Straits Times, Community Page 21JAN 2016 January 21, 2016

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trash bin art December 7, 2013

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Sungei Buloh wetlands celebrated its 20the anniverary on 7 Dec2013. Trash bin painting was one activity enjoyed by volunteers and visitors.

 

Egrets Grooming November 21, 2013

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A miniature pen sketch (4x5cm) to decorate my pocket Moleskine journal front page.

 

Jezebel Artists @HortPark July 18, 2012

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I am starting a new art  group in the park  for garden lovers and volunteers at HortPark.

The first  session will begin on 21 July at the Hands-on House in the HortPark from 9 to 11am, Saturday.
i will introduce nature sketching and landscape for the first few sessions. The other activities will be using art to decorate and beautify areas of the HortPark as we  progress. Hope  you can come and join  us in this  fun and creative way to enjoy our gardens.

There is no fees to be paid except that you bring your own pencils and drawing materials, and register with the Visitor Centre.

Tham Pui San, 18 July 2012.