LEE SHIMIN
CHIJ Secondary (Toa Payoh)
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2021
Paper on Paper
Coloured pencils on paper
14.9 x 21 cm

This series reflects the beauty of the smallest things in life. Paper takes on different forms in these objects, and they are carefully coloured to portray even the smallest folds. It brings across the message that every part of a piece of paper is beautiful and each has its own way of representing its beauty. Every fold and crease in the paper can be and is art, just like our bodies, where every stretch, scar, roll and flaw should be appreciated and loved, as they are all part of an artwork. 

0
2021
Paper on Paper
Coloured pencils on paper
14.9 x 21 cm

This series reflects the beauty of the smallest things in life. Paper takes on different forms in these objects, and they are carefully coloured to portray even the smallest folds. It brings across the message that every part of a piece of paper is beautiful and each has its own way of representing its beauty. Every fold and crease in the paper can be and is art, just like our bodies, where every stretch, scar, roll and flaw should be appreciated and loved, as they are all part of an artwork. 

0
2021
Paper on Paper
Coloured pencils on paper
14.9 x 21 cm

This series reflects the beauty of the smallest things in life. Paper takes on different forms in these objects, and they are carefully coloured to portray even the smallest folds. It brings across the message that every part of a piece of paper is beautiful and each has its own way of representing its beauty. Every fold and crease in the paper can be and is art, just like our bodies, where every stretch, scar, roll and flaw should be appreciated and loved, as they are all part of an artwork. 

Secondary 2
Paper on Paper 2021 Coloured pencils on paper 14.9 x 21 cm

This series reflects the beauty of the smallest things in life. Paper takes on different forms in these objects, and they are carefully coloured to portray even the smallest folds. It brings across the message that every part of a piece of paper is beautiful and each has its own way of representing its beauty. Every fold and crease in the paper can be and is art, just like our bodies, where every stretch, scar, roll and flaw should be appreciated and loved, as they are all part of an artwork.