Since 2014, Gallery@OURF has been blessed with partnership of friends, ex-students and family members who kindly supported what Gallery@OURF does for children from World Vision and other social causes.
You can get to see Pin Lay's paintings at the following venues:
The French Table
154 West Coast Road, #02-26, West Coast Plaza, 127371
Tel: 6777 9483
91 Tanglin Rd, Tanglin Place, #03-08 Singapore 247918
Tel: 6720 0178
The Commerze @ Irving, #01-22, 1 Irving Pl, Singapore 369546
World Vision Singapore
Click to see paintings at WV
10 Tannery Ln, #06-01, 347773
The two series of Journal Books being launched are taken from paintings from "Pattern Liao Liao" Art Exhibition and "Journey In Ink" Art Exhibition. Each Journal book is priced at $20.
The journal books are designed as a companion 伴 for the traveller, the doodler, the notetaker, the random writer and the meticulous planner. All paintings featured are by Chi Pin Lay. Her solo ink exhibition, “Journey in Ink 知己。墨。若悟” was featured in Lianhe Zaobao, 联合早报 on 31 Jul 2014.
Chi Pin Lay 紀濱麗 (chi.pinlay.com) is a social artist and educator in the little red dot, Singapore. Her paintings and artworks have been sold in Singapore Botanics Gardens (2014) and The Arts House (2014,15). She has sold close to 100 paintings since her exhibitions in 2013. Her paintings are at The French Table, The Oven, Elements Pilates and Gallery@OURF. Pin Lay’s paintings and artworks have travelled to Bhutan, China, Cambodia, Myanmar, South Hebron and Zambia.
Part proceeds from each journal sold will be given to social causes - World Vision and also to help a dear friend rescue stray animals.
The Story behind Gallery@OURF
26 Bt Batok East Ave 2 #10-04
Hillview Regency S(659920)
Gallery@OURF was "born" after Pin Lay's first solo exhibition "Pattern Liao Liao" in May 2013.
A friend's gift of hooks and lines help spark her interest to convert her apartment into a gallery.
Thereafter, one thing followed another. In 2014, her sis-in-law, J, who does lighting, decided to gift her with a set of studio lights for the whole apartment.
In 2015, Gallery@OURF was the proud organiser and host to fellow artists, including the visually impaired from Dialogue in the Dark as well as paralymptic table tennis athlete, Eugene.
Read more about our latest exhibition, SG50 Art Exhibition: Art and Diversity
Bo, a Myanmese helper receiving the journal book "Harmony, 和" as a encouragement for her diligence in attending the IT courses conducted by Pin Lay at My Helper, a social enterprise.
Journey in Ink 知己。墨。若悟" is a journey of self discovery through Chinese ink that documents my trips to World Vision communities in Cambodia, Myanmar, Jerusalem, Zambia and India during 2009-2014. My art works highlight the beauty of the rural landscape, the villagers and their animals. 50% goes towards helping World Vision communities.
Click to see the paintings: