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Art At Home

"Art is not what you see but what you make others sees"
- Edgar Degas
An online art enrichment tutorial to learn art making techniques and to explore the world of art with our UOB Painting of the Year winning artists.
Create a 3-dimensional apple using coloured pencils in a few simple steps.
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Learn floral drawing techniques using oil pastels.
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Learn splatter painting using toothbrush and natural dyes.
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Learn dot painting technique using acrylic paint.
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Learn still life drawing using pencil.
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Create an artwork using eco-friendly materials.
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Step-by-step guide to learn landmark painting using acrylic paint.
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Step-by-step guide to learn how to create graphic art using liner pen and watercolour.
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Step-by-step guide to create a seascape painting using geometric shapes.
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Step-by-step guide to create a loose painting of a bird.
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Step-by-step guide to create a snowflakes artwork using watercolours and paper quilling.
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Step-by-step guide to create a bamboo and blossoms artwork using acrylic paint, sponge and cotton buds
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Step-by-step guide to create a plum blossoms and sparrow artwork using watercolours
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Step-by-step guide to create a sunflower artwork using acrylic paint.
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Step-by-step guide to create a desert artwork using coffee ink.
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Painting of the Year

Driven by a passion to encourage talented artists in their creative pursuits, UnitedOverseas Bank (UOB) started the Painting of the Year competition in Singapore in 1982.Today, the annual art competition is the longest-running in Singapore and one of the most prestigious in Southeast Asia.
Held in Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand, the UOB Painting of the Year competition has helped to uncover a new generation of Southeast Asian artists and contributed to greater awareness and appreciation of art.

Mr Goh Beng Kwan, one of Singapore’s masters of modern art, was the inaugural winner of the competition in 1982. Mr Goh went on to receive Singapore’s most distinguished art award, the Cultural Medallion, in 1989. Other well-known artist who won the competition are the late Mr Anthony Poon and Mr Chua Ek Kay in 1983 and1991 respectively. Both artists are recipients of the Singapore Cultural Medallion.
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