The Blue Who Swims All This Way

Hug soft sculptures, climb into giant rocks and observe a shimmering display of colours as you explore The Blue Who Swims All This Way by artist Betty Susiarjo

For all ages.

Artist: Betty Susiarjo

About the Artist

Betty Susiarjo is a mixed-media artist based in Singapore, whose work engages concepts of temporality, materiality and beauty. She received her MA (Fine Arts) with Distinction from Winchester School of Art and has participated in solo and group exhibitions in Singapore and internationally. Besides practicing art, Betty currently serves as a lecturer at LASALLE College of the Arts, Singapore. 


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