Ascott Orchard Singapore

Shui Water

Sculpture, Hairline and polished stainless steel, 2016
Artist:  Chua Boon Kee (b.1953), Singapore
 
Location:  Ascott Orchard Singapore, Singapore

 

Water is believed to be an auspicious element which can symbolise life, blessing, renewal, purification, and good fortune. Chua Boon Kee studied, redesigned, and reintepreted the Chinese character for water, and created a forged stainless steel sculpture in the style of his signature Chinese Calligraphy Sculpture series.

Artist’s Biography

Chua Boon Kee majored in sculpture at Singapore's Baharuddin Vocational Institute. He committed to being a full time sculptor from 1996 and has since won several awards and recognition, including outstanding overseas Chinese artist by China's Ministry of Culture, and Merit Award at CDL's Singapore Sculpture Award.

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