Revered for her distinctive utilization of colors in her artworks, Tunku Khalsom is an artist that seeks to ask viewers into her technicolour world. And ranging from this month until October 3, followers of Tunku Khalsom can head over to Bayfront Pavillon at Singapore’s Gardens by the Bay to take pleasure in her new exhibition known as “The Colors That Encompass Us”.
For Tunku Khalsom, her obsession with colors stems from the flexibility it confers. For instance, she loves how contrasting hues can mix collectively properly and what outcomes from the mixture usually provides her a pleasing shock. “I like to see what occurs once you layer colors and textures, and you might be by no means fully positive what you’re going to get,” mentioned the artist in an interview with Art Republik.
Extra than simply the aesthetic appeals of colors, Tunku Khalsom is within the psychological affect it has on her viewers. “It’s mentioned that taking a look at heat, brilliant colors similar to pink and purple releases the ‘really feel good hormone’ dopamine, bettering our temper and a focus. Sure brilliant colors make us really feel energised, and different cooler hues have a relaxing impact,” says Tunku Khalsom in an announcement.
One other recurring motif of Tunku Khalsom’s artwork items is butterflies. She as soon as talked about defined her liking for butterflies and the way it’s a common image of change and private progress — the symbolic creature as soon as once more graces her works.
The usage of colors and butterflies are extremely apt in our present occasions. The multi-hued visuals convey vibrancy whereas the butterflies characterize rebirth. As our society slowly emerges out of the shadows of the pandemic, the colorful future awaits us. Tunku Khalsom’s physique of works provides her viewers a glimpse into what’s in retailer and we can’t watch for it to take flight.
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