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Ye Ruoshi is a Singaporean painter (full-time) renown for her flower inspired oil paintings. She first debut as a professional painter in 2004 with a solo exhibition entitled 'Flowerism' featuring 100 oil paintings. That was after spending a decade of her life as an illustrator and account executive for a graphic design firm which she co-founded after graduating from the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (NAFA) in 1993. Though she majored in graphic design at NAFA, her passion has always been for drawing and paintings.

She was accepted as a member of Angkatan Pelukis Aneka Daya (APAD or Association of Artists of Various Resources) in the year 2000 and has actively participated in their exhibitions and has received numerous other invitations from various organisations.

Ruoshi's paintings celebrate our existentiality through her eloquent transformation of tropical flowers that line our streets into splendid representation of bliss. Spider lilies and heliconias are among her favourite species. Besides her passion for flowers and paintings, she is also active in the Cantonese opera scene as a leisure singer/ performer.

More details and current updates on her blog: flowerism.wordpress.com

Exhibitions

2007:

  • Kampong - Group exhibition by APAD, Malay Heritage Centre

2006:

  • reAction (Sangkar) - Group exhibition by APAD, The Substation Gallery
  • On Being a Mom - Four women artist exhibition, Singapore General Hospital
  • Utterly Magic - Group Show at Utterly Art, 229A South Bridge Rd

2005:

  • Apad's Contemporary Show at Artrium@MICA
  • Motherhood - The 2005 Flowerism Collection (2nd Solo Exhibition) - Utterly Art, 208 South Bridge Rd

2004:

  • International Women’s Art Exhibition 2004 (Singapore) “Burst of Artistic Blooms” - ARTrium@MITA
  • Flowerism (1st Solo Exhibition) - Utterly Art
  • Apad's Racial Harmony Day 2004 Art Exhibition - Braddell Heights C.C.
  • Tree Planting Day 2004 - Tanjong Pagar Town Council
  • Best of Singapore Art 2004 - CityLink Mall

2003:

  • CINTA: Apad’s first women art exhibition - ARTrium@MITA
  • Different Races, United Passion. Racial Harmony Day 2003 Art Exhibition - Braddell Heights C.C.

2002:

  • APAD “Forty” Contemporary Art Exhibition - ARTrium@MITA

2001:

  • APAD Contemporary 2001 Art Exhibition - Singapore Calligraphy Centre




Ye Ruoshi @ Ruoshidah Yip Abdullah
Singaporean,
Born August 1973

© 2009 Flowerism