Sunday, October 10, 2010

Looking for a gallery assistant

We are looking for a full time Art Gallery Assistant. This position is suitable for those interested in entering the art world as we offer an excellent environment for a budding artist to pursue his/her work in art while at work.

If you are an artist, just imagine what it would be like to be able to produce your own work while learning about the marketing and presentation of artwork, in addition to experiencing a gallery atmosphere.

Interested Candidates please call CS at 012-2980028 or
send your resume with a recent photo, current and expected salaries in MS Word format to

I am very disappointed with some of the institutions in Malaysia. I thought an institution would be more than happy to help their students by conveying our requirements to their graduates. Who knows, this may launch the career of another artist in Malaysia. But sadly, this is not happening.

Thursday, August 5, 2010

Paintings for Feng Shui Purpose

One of the more popular paintings that can be used for Feng Shui purpose is this, Lucky Lot. 8 fishes. 8, to some chinese, denotes prosperity, and the fishes denote an abundance of, ie an abundance of prosperity....

Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Hong Li

I understand Hong Li's been rather busy producing lots of good work. I also understand from my buyers that you can also buy his prints. Well, will find out more if you are interested to know
I guess it is as good a time as any to post some of his paintings that can be found at our gallery.

Power of the Sun

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Sample of Artists' works

Please accept our apologies for the very infrequent update due to various constraints. The website is still being held 'hostage'. Let's hope we can get them up soon.

meanwhile you are invited to take a look at the art pieces that is available, at this website

If you wish to view more, either online or at the gallery, I would be happy to hear from you. 012-2980028, or via my email.

Have a great day

Friday, February 5, 2010

Giacometti, the new Picasso

Art Market Insight reported that on February 3rd, Sotheby's London's evening sale was a time for a new world record. L'Homme qui marche I, Alberto GIACOMETTI's human-size bronze was auctioned £58M (£65M premium included), for a £12M-18M estimate, and is now the most expensive artwork ever auctioned.

Giacometti has superseded Pablo Picasso's Garçon à la Pipe that sold for $93M (£51.8M) on 5 May 2004 at Sotheby's. Giacometti has exceeded his own 2009 total sales revenue with one single auction record.

This sale's global revenue is Sotheby's London's most profitable sale (£146.8M premiums included) and points out to the art market revitalizing in 2010 after a 1 and a half-year crisis.

Sunday, January 31, 2010

Introducing Louise Low

Just occurred to me that these paintings (acrylic on canvas) had not been highlighted before. Well worth collecting these works from a very talented young artist. Prices range from RM800 to RM3200

"Towards Renewal and Hope"

Repositioning of Hope