The abstract works of Chua Ek Kay convey a sense of luxurious elegance, while simultaneously bringing character vibrancy to homes.
An artist who has been hailed as the bridge between Asian and Western art, Chua Ek Kay (b. 1947, China - d. 8 February 2008, Singapore) was the first Chinese ink painter to win the United Overseas Bank Painting of the Year Award (1991). The artist incorporated his surrounding environment into his paintings, and his distinct style was influenced by Western artists such as Jackson Pollock, Matisse and Picasso, as well as the free style of the Shanghai school.
Featuring Chua Ek Kay