Christmas Collective, at Scotts Square
01 December

Red Square Gallery is proud to present “Christmas Collective”, as part of a series of exhibitions showcasing a carefully curated selection of pieces by a diverse group of artists hailing from various parts of the world. This exhibition features the paintings of eminent Armenian Abstract Naturalist Artour Sarkissian-Oshakantsi, who uses colour as a means of spiritual expression in his work.

As a stylistic counterpoint to Oshakantsi’s brand of vivid, bold Abstract Naturalism, the exhibition will also showcase works by in-house favourites such as award-winning Bosnian painter Mersad Berber, Spanish-born British romantic realist Goyo Dominguez, metaphysical Portuguese artist Luis Geraldes, Chinese painter Gao Jing Jun and Croatian graphic artists Mario & Mirjana Naletilic.

Closer to home, vibrant creations courtesy of prominent Singapore/Indonesian artist Florence Suryawan and locally-based artists Tatiana Alieva & Kateryna Pervak will also be on display.

Red Square Gallery was established in 2011 by a group of art enthusiasts led by Lili Micevic, whose love for fine art fuelled their desire to share the creations of talented artists from around the world with local and by extension South East Asian audiences. The gallery currently represents several of the most distinguished names in contemporary art from Asia, Europe, and other parts of the world, and promotes international emerging artists from their various genres of art.

“We are delighted to have the kind support of our Venue Sponsor Wheelock Properties,” said Gallery Director Oleg Micevic. “It means a lot to boutique art businesses like Red Square Gallery when multinational corporations commit themselves to the cause of sharing the beauty of fine art with the rest of the world. This very commitment not only aligns perfectly with our belief that art transcends geographical and cultural divides, but also shines a spotlight on each and every one of the artists we represent, who each have their own unique message that they convey through their work.”

“Christmas Collection” will be open to the public between the hours of 10:00am and 9:00pm daily from Monday, 2nd December 2013 to Friday, 31st December 2013.