Singapore Watercolor Paintings by Ng Woon Lam NWS AWS 黄运南 - 新加坡水彩与油画家

黄运南 - 新加坡水彩与油画家 Features recent watercolor paintings by Singapore Watercolour Society artist Ng Woon Lam NWS AWS. Winners of various International Awards. His mentors include master watercolor painter late president of Singapore Watercolour Society Mr. Gog Sing Hooi, Associate Professor Emeritus Cheng Khee Chee, Associate Professor Don Southard, Professor Edward Schmidt.

Saturday, March 15, 2014

A Vibrant City, Jack Tia Kee Woon, Zhu Hong & Ng Woon Lam

A Vibrant City 

A joined exhibition by 3 artists:

Jack Tia Kee Woon, Zhu Hong & Ng Woon Lam
 @ Hakaren Art Gallery
Opening : 22 Mar 2014
Exhibition: 23 Mar to 31 Mar 2014

Address : #02-43, Tanglig Shopping Center
19 Tanglin Road, Singapore 247909

Contact : 6733 3382




Sunday, March 02, 2014

Telok Ayer en plein Watercolour Painting by Ng Woon Lam nws aws

Telok Ayer en plein Watercolour Painting 
by Ng Woon Lam nws aws
Singapore Watercolour Society

15" X 11"
Watercolor on Paper


15" X 11"
Watercolor on Paper



15" X 11"
Watercolor on Paper

Represented by Li Fine Art Gallery,


Friday, February 21, 2014

American Watercolor Society, 147th International Juried Show 2014, AWS Bronze Medal of Honor

American Watercolor Society
147th International Juried Show 2014, 
AWS Bronze Medal of Honor

By Ng Woon Lam NWS AWS
Singapore Watercolour Society

2014美国水彩画会 147 届大展 铜牌奖

A Sunlit Morning, Companions
25" X 34"
Watercolor on Paper
(Location, Club Street, Singapore)
 


Friday, November 29, 2013

Singapore Art Society Dr. Tan Tsze Chor Art Award Presentation & Opening Ceremony


Singapore Art Society Dr Tan Tsze Chor Art Award 
Presentation & Opening Ceremony
新加坡艺术协会
陈之初博士美术奖 
07 Dec 2013 (Sat), 3pm
A talk by winning artists at 4pm.
Exhibition Date & Time:
7 to 11 Dec 2013, 11am to 7pm



Westminster Impression 2013, London
1st Award in Western Art Category
Watercolor on Paper
40" X 25"
by Ng Woon Lam, nws, aws

Monday, September 16, 2013

Ng Woon Lam nws aws Singapore Watercolour Society

Ng Woon Lam nws aws
Singapore Watercolour Society

Piccadilly Impression I
Watercolor on Paper
25" X 34"



Piccadilly Impression II
Watercolor on Paper
25" X 34"


 Ng Woon Lam is represented by

Tuesday, July 02, 2013

Ng Woon Lam Watercolors and Oil Paintings 2013, A Tale of 3 Cities

A Tale of 3 Cities
三城记

Ng Woon Lam 3rd Solo Exhibition

黄运南 水彩与油画展 2013
@ Penang State Art Gallery

槟城州立艺术画廊

Address : Ground Floor, Dewan Sri Penang
Penang State Art Gallery
Light Street, Penang, 10200, Malaysia

(604) 226 1461
(604) 226 1439




05 Aug 2013 to 18 Aug 2013
Open daily from 9am to 5pm
Close on Public Holidays.


Pls. take note that 08/08 and 09/08 are Hari Raya holidays.
Museum will be closed.
 
enquiries@penangmuseum.gov.my


You may download a copy of my catalog sample pages here:
http://ngwoonlam.com/sample3rdSolo/3rdSoloCatalogSamplePages.pdf
Opening : 05 Aug 2013
3pm @
Penang State Art Gallery
槟城州立艺术画廊 
 






Saturday, June 08, 2013

论写实 Realistic Art ~~ 黄运南 Ng Woon Lam nws aws

One Arbitrary Write-up that will be published in my new art catalog: 论写实 (Realistic Art), a short paragraph here...
观物者,以眼观物,以心感受;眼观为被动,心思为主动;比较主动思考与被动见物,前者其积极性的记忆,所产生的冲击感会更强烈,因此在某种思考的左古下,产生了强烈的视觉共鸣,而视其为‘真实’,所以能传神。例如:我知道榴莲是香的,见到榴莲就先入为主地想到它的香,而它的香,又与其肉的质感与颜色相连贯,只要画出此两种视觉效果,榴莲就香了。如果完全照抄,其它的像处反而喧宾夺主,抢了前两者呈现香的力量。更简单的说:写实要达到神似,要经过思考、过滤和简化才行。

My concept in realistic art allows me to understand why the delusive likeness is above shape and color duplication. Observation is a passive process while composition is an active process. Therefore, composition process creates a large impact visually. From selective memory and selective decision in composition, an artist creates visual resonance to viewers. Great sense of reality is imposed to viewers through this delusive process, which is meant by spiritual likeness in Chinese art. For example, I know a durian smells good. When I see an image of a durian, my mind starts to relate it to good smell. Its good smell is directly linked with the texture and color of its fruits. If I am able to depict these two qualities, viewers will delusively translate them to its smell. If an artist just duplicates an observation of a durian, the less important parts are equally represented which in turn will reduce the strength of the former two factors. Hence realism here is a result of an essential summary by an artist to allow visual delusion for ‘likeness’.
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