Kumari Nahappan (b.1953), Malaysia - Singapore

Infinite Rice

Sculpture, Painted bronze, 380x0cm , 2013
Location:  The Nassim Level 1, Singapore

 

A symbol of life and considered the fruit of the earth, the unassuming 'Rice Grain' is associated with purity and a blessing from the divine. Created in a celebratory mood, the form pays homage to this life source.

Artist’s Biography

Kumari Nahappan was trained in interior design in Willesden College of Technology and pursued a successful interior design career, before studying fine arts at LASALLE College of the Arts. She holds a Master of Fine Arts degree from RMIT University. Her artworks have been exhibited in Asia, Europe, and the USA. Kumari has received many accolades including the 2011 Sculpture of the Year at Shanghai Art Fair.

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