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Carolyn Law
Carolyn Law graduated with her Masters in Fine Arts in 2012. She is the founder and programme planner of ARThaus, a painting studio for art enthusiasts from all walks of life. For the past 15 years, she has been teaching both children and adults in various schools and her studio.

Carolyn’s current works suggest the expression of self, the intricacies and complexities of one’s identity. Her works are self-reflective and self-reflexive as she seeks to unravel all that makes up her identity. Her works also address today’s fast-paced society and questions the possibility of a better-appreciated life in contemporary city living. The collision of ‘old’ and ‘new’ culture in her paintings is an apparent illustration of the role culture plays in the present. Her works are distinctively vibrant, modern with her trademark gold embellishments and a staggering amount of detail paid to every individual masterful work.

Carolyn dwells in the reconstruction of a symbol of wholeness and completion, an equal balance of the spectrum of colors, the spectrum of one’s identity is convoluted and complex but all to be appreciated. She pensively chooses her subjects and weaves together her philosophical beliefs and life experiences in every of her paintings.

Carolyn’s newest works portray the prodigiously scintillated sky set as a backdrop to the ever abiding mountains. She explores means to express her innermost desire for peace amongst the mountains — strong and solitary — a perfect symbolism of the quietude she finds when embraced in nature.

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Aisha Ramat
Aisha Ramat graduated from Lasalle-SIA College of the Arts in 2004 and is also trained in graphic design. She is the programme planner at ARThaus where she teaches drawing, traditional and abstract painting to adults and children alike. Aisha is now a full-time art educator with 7 years of teaching experience.

From 2004 to 2007, Aisha co-owned retail store HAUT where she focused on expanding the business creatively, harmonising art and fashion. She applied her painting skills to customise trendsetting outfits, gaining the recognition of local magazines and TV shows.

Aisha’s oeuvre showcases a wide range of mediums such as graphite, charcoal, watercolour, pen, acrylic, pastel, oil and mixed media. Her practice has evolved from observational to narrative to experimental to abstract and finally to abstract realism. Her works are mainly inspired by current events, her travels, and life and teaching experiences.

Aisha lists her works under the label Project Wonderwall, seeking to document her process and growth as an artist. She lives by peace where "Life without art is like lasagne without cheese".

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