A fundraiser exhibition exploring abstract nude female drawings rendered in the mediums of Chinese ink, crayons and acrylic.

By Jane Goh
19 Oct – 5 Nov 2023
Lower Gallery, Objectifs
Free admission

Opening | Thu 19 Oct, 7pm – 9pm
Closing event: Dancing on Paper – A Reading | Sun 5 Nov, 2.30pm – 4pm (Click here to find out more and RSVP)

Dancing on Paper by Jane Goh is an exploration of abstract nude female drawings rendered in the mediums of Chinese ink, crayons and acrylic. This exhibition invites you to embark on a journey into the boundless realm of femininity, where form meets abstraction and lines converge to celebrate the sheer beauty of the female body.

Her works captivate with their delicate dance between abstraction and representation. With each stroke, the artist evokes a symphony of emotions, echoing the complexity and diversity of womanhood.

This is a fundraiser exhibition. All proceeds will go towards the Objectifs’ 20th Anniversary Fundraiser.

About the Artist
Jane Goh (b. 1947) embarked on her artistic journey at 50, when she took up a part time figure drawing course at LASALLE College of the Arts under the guidance of Mr. Sawn Huang, an abstract art enthusiast. Her passion for drawing grew as she continued to draw weekly with her peers at Substation. This lasted for 2 years and they named themselves the ‘Mark-makers’ group whereby they organised group exhibitions, selling their works to raise funds for different charities. Jane then learnt to paint with watercolour for 1 year at Tanjong Pagar Community Centre. Since 2018, she has been painting regularly with a group of great friends, which included professional artists and enthusiasts, at her office on alternate Saturday mornings to horn her craft.

Inspired by her friend, Wai Fong, she developed a unique style of painting, blending abstraction and distortion. Jane’s art is a therapeutic exploration of flow, gesture, and freedom, appreciating the creative endurance of her models.