This is Ada’s own vision. During her childhood, she enjoyed playing with kaleidoscopes, and the vivid colours and graphic details inside were a source of endless amusement. It is evident in her work that she has a fascination for colours. Learning to draw opens up a whole new world for Ada. Geometric figures, unique compositions, and a broad range of bright colours combine to create an abstract aesthetic. By combining different abstract perspectives for expressing objects in her work, she conveys her spiritual world in a kaleidoscope-like manner. Children’s ability to think independently is stimulated by creation, not just the accumulation of colours. They are encouraged to incorporate their own opinions in creating their own art. Ada’s artwork conveys the aesthetics of her own perspective on life. Additionally, it embodies her artistic vision, as well as her thoughts – simplicity and purity.
The mission of HiArt, a first-class children’s art school in Singapore, is to encourage children’s artistic awareness. HiArt’s classes will introduce children to basic painting techniques while also tailoring courses according to their different development stages and ages. Children who are learning creative skills and methods are also being taught responsibility and moral growth by their teachers. They were equally excited and enthused about the charity exhibition. The pair hope to spread positivity and inspire others through their artwork. A small act of kindness can make a big difference. The Singapore Children’s Association will receive all proceeds from this exhibition to support children, youth and families in need.