JTMUSES-Awards- Ceramic Tile-FRAME
A ceramic tile is a picture-perfect memoir to be given as a service award or appreciation gift. Easily customizable with name or logo or a different mixed media illustration. See https://www.glimpsesofedenart.com/tmp-artworks for more of the artist's illustrations
Buying this product is supporting the cause of Decent Work & Economic Growth, and Reduced Inequalities by:
- Buying items or services made by supported beneficiaries
- Direct donation to individuals in need
- Providing education about the cause
- Providing work opportunity and income
- Providing education to beneficiaries
- Providing educational materials
Many corporates use it as a long service award or token of appreciation.
See https://www.glimpsesofedenart.com/tmp-artworks for more of the artist's illustrations
Available in 2 sizes. Priced from $60.00 - please enquire via the online form
square 20 x 20 cm, with WOOD FRAME 23X23 CM
Tile on a wood stand or framed in wood with attached base plug - see options in images.
Price ranges from $60-68 (without wood frame). Add $$7 for wood frame
A. Quintessential SG shophouses: This mixed media piece is the first collaborative piece of artwork by differently-abled artist Douglas Leong, under a mentor/mentee arrangement.
The subject of the shophouse was chosen because it showcases Singapore Shophouses along Koon Seng Road. This is his attempt to capture this slowly disappearing icon on paper. The art piece is further spiced with interesting bits of Straits Peranakan elements on the artwork.
B. Tributes to Singapore’s Past, Present & Future Playgrounds ( as featured)
iconic buildings are: old national Theatre of the 60s, Cathay Cinema of old, Red Lantern Revolving Restaurant, Big Splash, Upper Seletar Rock Tower, Old Kallang Airport Tower, City Hall/National Gallery, Town Hall/Victoria Concert Hall, Anderson Bridge since 1910, and the new Jewel at Changi Airport. Evoking connections and memories of play are musical pieces, the way we stringed firecrackers of old and the old kites we used to play with.
C. Joo Chiat Residential Shophouse and Singapore Plumeria Tree
Pretty Joo Chiat residential shophouses are a living legacy of Singapore's Peranakan culture.The artwork portrays HAPPINESS - 幸福 and is digitally drawn by Jayden Ong, an artist with autism. He adds Plumeria blooms and birds of many feathers and cats to bring joy into his shophouse.