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  • Eric Quah

    Eric Quah is a Malaysian born artist who comes from Taiping Perak. Born in 1946, he uses art as a representation of his life journey where he states to make him feel like a gypsy.
  • Peter Harris

    The late Peter Harris is one of the most established foreign artists in Malaysia. Not to be confused with contemporary artist Peter D Harris of Canada, our very own Peter has been producing art in his native in the United Kingdom as well as in Malaysia.
  • Lee Eng Beng

    Lee Eng Beng is a Malaysian artist who was born in 1967. He is a self-taught artist who attended Han Chiang High School and then became an art teacher at the Eng Beng Art Centre.
  • Norleen Nosri

    Norleen Nosri is a Malaysian born artist who comes from Klang in Selangor in 1978. She studied at the Kelana Jaya Primary School and then went on to the Sri Aman Secondary School.
  • Teoh Joo Ngee

    Teoh Joo Ngee is one of the fine artists from Malaysia. Born in 1970 in Bukit Mertajam in Penang, Joo Ngee’s art is well established where she has had her works showcased in public and private art spaces around the country and abroad.
  • Zac Lee

    Born in 1968, Zac Lee is known to be one of most established fine artists in Malaysia. His work is known to be produced using his trademarked fluid strokes that use objects and forms which are generally metaphors for the community and individuals.
  • Heng Eow Lin

    Heng Eow Lin is a Malaysian artist-sculptor who is known for his happy-go-lucky and carefree attitude.
  • Zulkifli Yusoff

    Zulkifli Yusoff is one of Malaysia’s most established contemporary artists. He first took notice of art when his father gave him a copy of Art Today back in 1979. Since then, his passion in the arts grew by leaps and bounds where he will then continue to set a career in the discipline.
  • Hanim Hassan

    Hamidah Hanim binti Hassan was born in 1980 in Kuala Lumpur where she grew up in the southern state of Johor. The mother of one is married to Asrul Affendy bin Dato’ Houd.
  • Khalil Ibrahim

    Khalil’s work is known to have depicted the traditional village life and the daily routines which have been seen in most major art spaces around the country and abroad.
  • Datuk Ibrahim Hussein

    Datuk Ibrahim Hussein is widely regarded to be one of the ‘veterans’ in the Malaysian art scene. Born on 13 March 1936, Ibrahim comes from Kedah and passed away in 2009 at the age of 72. As an artist, Ibrahim has been instrumental in creating movements in the art scene while his works have been known for his techniques as well as his trademark.
  • Yeong Seak Ling

    Known to be one of the masters in watercolour art, Yeong Seak Ling is a self-taught artist who is also known for his body of art […]
  • Ivan Lam

    Ivan Lam is perhaps one of the most popular contemporary Malaysian artist in recent times. Started off with a Certificate in Graphic Design in Limkokwing Institute […]
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  • Rafiee Ghani

    As an artist, Rafiee has been actively involved in shows in both private and public galleries and art spaces around the world.
  • Dr Zakaria Ali

    Dr Zakaria’s artistic talents have flourished through 2 areas namely literature and paintings. His literature works encompassed all types of writing disciplines that include essays, journals, novels and poems while as an artist, he has been actively involved in the area of fine arts.
  • Alex Ong Boon Hau

    Alex Ong Boon Hau is one of the earlier generations of Malaysian artists. Alex learned his methods in art in the then very popular Kuala Lumpur College of Art in Kuala Lumpur back in 1977 and went on to establish himself through a career in art.
  • Adlan Aman

    Adlan Aman is a Malaysian born artist who was born in Kota Bharu in Kelantan in 1984. As an artist, Adlan has been involved in various art exhibitions where he has won awards to cement his standing among the established artists of Malaysia.
  • Yeo Eng Peng

    For someone like Yeo Eng Peng, the current contemporary Malaysian art scene might be a bit out of place for him as he is one of the serious watercolour artist of the modern community. One thing about Yeo is that he injects so much realism into his watercolour works that at times, they look more like acrylic paintings.
  • Sharmiza Abu Hassan

    Sharmiza Abu Hassan is Malaysian artist who graduated from the MARA University of Technology in Shah Alam with a Bachelor in Fine Art. She comes from Taiping in Perak where she was born in 1972 and is among the few female Malaysian artists who is known for her sculpture works and the more 3-dimensional visual works.
  • Dato’ Chuah Kooi Yong

    Dato’ Chuah Kooi Yong is one of the most active Malaysian artists today. Apart from having been involved in the development and growth of his artistic […]
  • Yeoh Jin Leng

    Yeoh Jin Leng belongs to one of the earlier generation of Malaysian artists. Born in 1929 in Ipoh, JinLeng’s work has been widely regarded to be one of the best among his peers and in the Malaysian art scene. JinLeng studied at the Anderson School in his hometown before embarking to a teaching course at the Malayan Teachers’ College in Kirkby in Liverpool.
  • Md. Yusoff bin Othman

    Md Yusoff bin Othman is a Malaysian artist and is one of the earlier generation figures of the Malaysian art scene.
  • Mohd Fauzi Sedon

    Mohd Fauzi Sedon is one of the established Malaysian fine artists who has been making waves in the Malaysian art scene since graduating from the MARA […]