Feat of clay
Published on Jan 7, 2013 4:02 PM
Classes with master potter Iskandar Jalil, started Suriani Suratman's journey with clay.
The lecturer at the National University of Singapore's Department of Malay Studies loves working with raku, a coarse form of clay that lends an organic texture to the fluid forms she creates.
This can be seen in her first solo titled Alam, a Malay word which refers to the world, the environment and the natural surroundings.
The exhibition, which opens at Art-2 Gallery this Thursday, includes 60 works priced between $100 and $800.
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