STUDENT GALLERy & TESTIMONIALS
to teach is to learn!
I've enjoyed sharing my printmaking skills in programmes with National Gallery Singapore, National Library Board and LASALLE College of the Arts. I also offer workshops at my studio in Toa Payoh (near Novena).
Check upcoming workshops in Singapore. I also host corporate workshops and private classes.
Please explore my student galleries and testimonials below and if you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact me!
express fabric block printing: Chinese New Year
ENJOY A SPECIAL CHINESE NEW YEAR EXPERIENCE
Bring on good luck by creating a Chinese New Year inspired table runner! Experience a unique crafting session and make a stylish table runner or table cloth ready for use in your home.
express fabric BLOCK printing
Love the look of block printing on fabric and just want to have a try?
Busy beginners will enjoy using specially pre-carved Peranakan inspired linocut blocks in a range of popular heritage colours. Create a fully washable textile length to use as a scarf or interior decoration. Read more.
beginner FAbric Block Printing
Learn to transfer, carve and print your own gorgeous hand-made textiles!
Enjoy carving your own linoleum block and hand-printing on fabric in this fun workshop aimed at complete beginners! Your bespoke length of fabric will be fully washable and great as an interior decoration or as a 'furoshiki' handkerchief. Take home your hand-carved block for use in future projects – cards, gift wrap, or even wallpaper! Read more.
heritage linocut PRINTING on paper
want to learn to carve and print?
Learn to create your own linocut prints and be inspired by Singapore's rich heritage! Suitable for beginners through to seasoned crafters, this workshop teaches practical and low-cost ways to print by hand. Enjoy using new soft rubber linoleum - so easy to carve!
BEGINNER JAPANESE WOODBLOCK WORKSHOP
learn the magic of an ancient art
A two-day workshop that teaches you the foundation of Japanese woodblock printing - the same technique used by Ukiyoe masters including Hokusai. The translucent nature of watercolour paints mixed with washi paper create amazing textures and patterns in unusual ways.