Arts Picks: Dance production Crowd, and exhibitions Adrift In Colour and Wong Shih Yaw: Between The Parallels

Worldly thoughts and words!, a piece on display at Wong Shih Yaw: Between the Parallels, an exhibition of new and existing works which wil run through May 31. PHOTO: AC43 GALLERY
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Patterns in nature such as the ripple of waves, clouds in the sky, and the bark on trees inform the work for Singapore artist Valerie Ng.

In particular, the 44-year-old artist says she draws inspiration from the elements of air and water and the paintings in this exhibition "are a reflection of the way in which both elements flow around us".

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