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Mint (And Artemisia) Adrian Kay Wong

$4,250

In what Adrian refers to as “appendage paintings”, seemingly incidental circumstances of everyday life are depicted with a keen eye for detail and a profound sense of introspection. Read more

Available to ship starting May 24, 2024

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Materials Oil on canvas

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Traditionally, “still life” is defined as an assemblage of inanimate objects as its subject. For me, I interpret it more metaphorically, as I’ve always found it difficult to detach these said objects from their contexts. What of life does this stillness embodied in the work allow for? What can we discover when presented with the opportunity of stillness? Stillness, arguably, is both a commodity and sensation that feels ever waning in today’s world. Ultimately, we should refrain from defining it as a lack of action, or lack of anything for that matter. I’d argue that an intentional stillness is egregiously more difficult, complex, and, sometimes, powerful than action.

Adrian Kay Wong

About the Artist

Adrian Kay Wong explores interpersonal dynamics and the inherent narrative elements of everyday iconography within his hard-edged representational paintings.

News and Notables
  • Featured in group exhibition, Potluck, Hashimoto Contemporary, 2024
  • Solo exhibition, Softly, Hashimoto Contemporary, 2023
  • Exhibited at Art Singapore with Over the Influence, 2023