Yuki Tham

Rejuvenate I

Rejuvenate I

Yuki Tham
150 x 110cm
Oil on Canvas
2023

Rejuvenate I

Yuki Tham
150 x 110cm
Oil on Canvas
2023

Artist Statement

This artwork explores the connection between sleep, nature, and vitality. The soft fabric represents comfort and the act of sleeping as a necessary process of bodily repair. Meanwhile, the presence of flowers and plants represents the cyclical nature of decay and growth, paralleling the process of cellular regeneration within our bodies. Through this connection with nature, we are able to recharge our bodies, minds, and souls, renewing our sense of vitality and energy to continue moving forward.

Rejuvenate II

Rejuvenate II

Yuki Tham
150 x 110cm
Oil on Canvas
2023

Rejuvenate II

Yuki Tham
150 x 110cm
Oil on Canvas
2023

Artist Statement

This artwork explores the connection between sleep, nature, and vitality. The soft fabric represents comfort and the act of sleeping as a necessary process of bodily repair. Meanwhile, the presence of flowers and plants represents the cyclical nature of decay and growth, paralleling the process of cellular regeneration within our bodies. Through this connection with nature, we are able to recharge our bodies, minds, and souls, renewing our sense of vitality and energy to continue moving forward.

Sentiment #7

Sentiment #7

Yuki Tham
94 x 159cm
Oil on Canvas
2022

Sentiment #7

Yuki Tham
94 x 159cm
Oil on Canvas
2022

Sentiment #1

Sentiment #1

Yuki Tham
130x135cm
Oil on canvas
2022

Sentiment #1

Yuki Tham
130x135cm
Oil on canvas
2022

Reflection II

Reflection II

Yuki Tham
93x125cm
Oil on Canvas
2021

Reflection II

Yuki Tham
93x125cm
Oil on Canvas
2021

Vague

Vague

Yuki Tham
120x180cm
Oil on Canvas
2018

Vague

Yuki Tham
120x180cm
Oil on Canvas
2018

I am here

I am here

Yuki Tham
120x150cm
Oil on Canvas
2018

I am here

Yuki Tham
120x150cm
Oil on Canvas
2018

Rain in the Heart

Rain in the Heart

Yuki Tham
90 x 90cm
Oil on Canvas
2024

Rain in the Heart

Yuki Tham
90 x 90cm
Oil on Canvas
2024

Artist Statement

Clouds are formed by the condensation of water vapor. They appear light and float in the air, but when they fall as rain, they feel heavy on the skin.

The artist wants to depict the state of clouds gathering before a rainstorm, akin to emotions churning deep within. Many seemingly insignificant emotions, like these water vapors, gradually accumulate into clouds. Clouds constantly change; some drift away with the wind, while others condense into thick clouds. When they can no longer hold themselves, they turn into a downpour.

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