In a modern country like Singapore, it’s easy to lose track of traditional art techniques. So aren’t we glad when an already successful art director in the industry, like Leng Soh, takes up such a fading craft like ceramics.
“An art director at Kinetic Singapore, Leng has over 19 years of industry experience under her belt. Taking her love for art beyond work, she took up pottery four years ago, making time for her new pursuit by opting for a four-day work week. Leng was first mentored by Iskandar Jalil; she is now under the tutelage of Lim Kim Hui at Ceramic House. She particularly revels in this medium which allows her to freely articulate herself. Veering away from the traditional and functional, Leng’s creations are sculptural, fluid in form and rich in texture.” (SOURCE)