Aaron’s passion for art goes way back to when he was a child. Flamingo’s Frisbee Club is inspired by a flock of flamingos running towards a shrimp thrown by their zookeeper. Aaron’s imagination runs wild as he imagines them not fighting for food but enjoying a fun-filled game of Frisbee instead. It is his critique of societal rat-race – that if people could live and work together in harmony instead of fighting to outdo each other, life would be more carefree and stress-free. Remember, not everything is a competition. Working as a team can bring us more joy and fun!
Art is Floyd’s integral tool for communicating what he’s not able to tell others in his limited world of words. Therefore his works are never bereft of a story or message. ‘Rainbow Transport’ conveys his thoughts and observations on Singapore’s transport system. Having an affinity for numbers, one can count on Floyd to be knowledgeable on this subject – foreign currencies, multiplication tables, Arabic numerals, and counting in Cantonese and Malay. Keep an eye out for numbers on this art work!
Noah is a 17 years old student in NAFA/ VSA Programme & also in Rainbow Centre’s Talent Art Programme. Colours and vibrant art is Noah’s strength as an artist. He has an impeccable taste in matching hues and shades, which is showcased in his work. His understanding of colours creates marvellous vivid aesthetics, keeping to clean lines and sense of harmony. These qualities have earned him both national & international awards . In 2018 , Noah has been awarded the MOE Lee Kuan Yew Exemplary Student Award , MDS Most Outstanding Student Award & Certificate of Recognition in SYF Art Exhibition.
Amelia Tan has proven her extraordinary abilities as a young artist. She is incredibly versatile, showcasing her familiarity with mixed-media, Chinese ink, acrylic, marker ink line work in her works. Despite being mildly autistic, Amelia’s works capture a sonder fact- the realization that everyone has a story. Her works conveys the complexities of human emotions, focusing on confronting the darkness within. ‘Melancholy’ is a commentary of feeling sadness amidst happy moments- an emotion many can relate.