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Announcing Eswari Krishnadas’s Exhibition “Smile Silhouettes”

We are pleased to announce an exhibition Smile Silhouettes by Eswari Krishnadas on December 23 (Saturday) & 24 (Sun), as a result of her activity during her stay at Studio Kura.

From Singapore, Eswari Krishnadas is currently a Special Education teacher and Art coordinator. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts, majoring in ceramics from Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts in 2007. She is most expressive using clay as a medium as it allows her to create spontaneously. Her works mostly involves creating 3-dimensional organic forms which embodies evolving personalities of individuals. An inevitable phase for everyone.

Here are some words from the artist herself.

My artwork is inspired by “You smile, I smile” a contagious warm welcome remark I have learnt to embrace here at Itoshima. In our daily social life smiling is a perfect tool for forming an amiable, comfortable atmosphere in any situation especially for myself as I do not know how to communicate in the local language. The artwork will be collaboratively done by kids at studio Kura, students from Lee Kong Chian Gardens School-Singapore and myself.

Eswari Krishnadas “Smile Silhouettes”
Date: December 23 (Saturday), 24 (Sunday), 11:00 to 18:00, free entrance
* We will hold an exhibition closing party and an artist talk on 24th (Sun), starting at 15:30.
* The exhibitions by other current residence artists will be also held on the same dates.

Eswari Krishnadas

Eswari Krishnadas (Singapore) Residence: December 2017

From Singapore, Eswari is currently a Special Education teacher and Art coordinator. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts, majoring in ceramics from Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts in 2007.

She believes Art has led her to something extraordinary and she feels privileged to be given this opportunity. For the past 8 years, it has been a rewarding personal growth and transforming journey for her.

She is most expressive using clay as a medium as it allows her to create spontaneously. Her works mostly involves creating 3-dimensional organic forms which embodies evolving personalities of individuals. An inevitable phase for everyone.

At Studio Kura, she hopes to push the boundary of using clay as the key medium. She will be incorporating a local medium in a two-dimensional relief. Focusing on evolving personality; in an unfamiliar setting.

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