Dive into the ethereal beauty of ‘Sunset Changi Beach’ by renowned Singaporean artist William Lee. Crafted with finesse in acrylic on canvas, Lee’s masterpiece unveils the serene allure of Changi Beach through a mesmerizing tapestry of small, delicate paint strokes. The artwork not only captures the vibrant hues of a coastal sunset but also reflects the artist’s profound connection to the natural beauty of Singapore’s landscapes. A testament to Lee’s skillful brushwork and a celebration of the enchanting moments found in our own backyard.

Dimensions 600 × 730 mm
Medium Acrylic on Canvas
Year 2022
Categories Curator's Picks, Paintings

Sunset Changi Beach

Artist

Dimensions 600 × 730 mm
Medium Acrylic on Canvas
Year 2022

$4,350.00

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Dive into the ethereal beauty of ‘Sunset Changi Beach’ by renowned Singaporean artist William Lee. Crafted with finesse in acrylic on canvas, Lee’s masterpiece unveils the serene allure of Changi Beach through a mesmerizing tapestry of small, delicate paint strokes. The artwork not only captures the vibrant hues of a coastal sunset but also reflects the artist’s profound connection to the natural beauty of Singapore’s landscapes. A testament to Lee’s skillful brushwork and a celebration of the enchanting moments found in our own backyard.

Dimensions 600 × 730 mm
Medium Acrylic on Canvas
Year 2022
Categories Curator's Picks, Paintings
William Lee Jik Yun
William Lee Jik Yun

Singapore

Born in 1964, William Lee Jik Yun has lived in Singapore all his life. Art has always been a passion of his since his childhood. During his adolescence, his passion for the arts developed and grew into full bloom where he studied art under the tutelage of the late Brother Joseph McNally at the then St Patrick School. Growing up has led him to realize that everything is transient, places that used to exist such as the Van Kleef Aquariums, have all but become photographs of the past. Through his works, he hopes to be able to share with the viewers a glimpse of the Singapore that he has grown up in, to cherish what is still here and reminisce Singapore what was like. His paintings are mainly done with…