Home to over 50 talented professional & budding artists, ART:DIS Studio values the unique strengths and perspectives of persons with disabilities and believe the arts offers us a lens to understand who they are, to connect with and to experience the world together.
Tall, lanky and a man of few words, unless the topic is on colours, Noah has a natural talent for harmonizing colors and shaping compositions. Drawing inspiration from role models like Yayoi Kusama and Romero Britto, Noah crafted his own unique art style.
Avlynn may be petite, but she's a formidable Wushu athlete. When not performing martial arts, she's in our studio, painting bold, expressive strokes. With few able to communicate with Singapore Sign Language, the canvas becomes a receptacle for Avlynn’s thoughts and feelings.
Yao Qing sees patterns in everyday life. His study of things such as tiled sidewalks are fuel to his imagination, which when unleashed is a riot of colours and shapes on paper.
Joshua is an expressive artist who enjoys experimenting with vibrant hues and abstract expressionist forms to share his feelings and thoughts. To better understand tints & shades, Joshua explored the diverse spectrum of greys in this monochromatic study.
Hugh's tall stature and vibrant personality make him stand out in any crowd, but don't let his demeanor deceive you. Behind his cheerful grin lies a math prodigy. Case in point, his artwork was constructed using pi, the infinite mathematical constant.