As we know, most of us are going to be unable to get out of their houses over the next few months. And while nothing can replicate the calm of the beach or the quiet rustling in the park on a morning, there are ways to enjoy these experiences without the need to step out of the house. What better way to do this than to do it with art! American dancer, Twyla Tharp once said, “Art is the only way to run away without leaving home”. Thankfully, in light of the virus outbreak, many art galleries have begun to launch virtual galleries. So unlike before, when it was impossible to grab a ticket and fly off whenever you felt like it, you can now visit your favourite iconic scenes and leisure spots at the click of a button.
Palazzina by Patrick Hughes, Ode To Art
Ocean Race by Elizabeth Langreiter
Check out art galleries such as our local leading contemporary art gallery Ode To Art that curates a diverse collection of art installations from a wide spectrum of international and local artists. The gallery houses some of the most distinguished names in contemporary art in the likes of Mauro Perucchetti, Qin Feng, Fernando Botero, Lee Jung Woong, Lim Tze Peng, and Chen Wenling. As well as Ode To Art, there is Addicted Art Gallery, an online gallery which houses a large collection of Pop, Urban and many other forms of contemporary art, and Art Loft Asia, which curates a unique selection of Asian contemporary artworks that will get your creative juices flowing while bringing you on a journey at the same time!
Images by Ode To Art