PANTONEMYART 2012: Colour in a state of nature
Following a successful first edition, the refreshing PantoneMyArt conceptual exhibition is back with a second crop of artists who have been brought together in the spirit and natural wonder of colour. Of diverse skills and aesthetics, 10 notable artists have been invited by tcc – The Connoisseur Concerto to create artworks in a predominant Pantone© colour tone of their choice. The remarkable results bring to light the versatility and dynamism of this proprietary colour matching system, loved and used by millions of design and print practices around the world.
PantoneMyArt is a showcase of 10 artists brought to you by tcc – The Connoisseur Concerto. This exhibition aims to involve, engage and invoke the appreciation of art in the buzz of everyday caffè culture; elevating the finer senses of coffee drinking experiences, while further fuelling the growth of Singapore’s colourful arts and culture scene.
The natural, symbiotic relationship between art and colour takes centrestage at the PantoneMyArt conceptexhibition in tcc’s Circular Road art boutique for the second year. Bringing together a new crop of 10 exciting artists in the mutual exploration and expression of colour, the exhibition sees each artist present works created predominantly in a Pantone© colour tone of their choice. The remarkable results – in mediums ranging from oil painting to digital art and photography – showcase the dynamism of this well-loved colour matching system.
This year’s carefully curated line-up of artists includes distinguished veterans Loh Khee Yew, Sepi Valeriu and P. Gnana, who bring decades of accomplished practice to the exhibition. Alongside these talented artists will be fresh perspectives brought on by the works of multi media painter Sandra Lee, digital art maven Brian Adams as well as painter Steve Chua. The colourful and vivid creations of Diana Francis and Ketna Patel will no doubt add brilliantly to the mix while the incisive photographs of Stefen Chow and Sir Michael Culme-Seymour will represent the photographic medium at this exhibition for the first time.