Pauline Phoon aka Phoonies is a Singaporean artist who studied Art in school and has recently revived her love for drawing. Currently a social entrepreneur working with youths, sketching is the quiet space for her to reflect and process. She is drawn to the simplicity of lines with minimal colours, a contrast to our complex world. Besides ink, she also uses pencil and acrylic while experimenting with other mediums. Largely monochromatic, these sketches evoke a sense of nostalgia, reminding Singaporeans of how far the nation has come.
Here is the collection of her sketches. Some physical locations where you can see and purchase her drawings:
For work in progress and updates, you can follow phoonies sketch on Instagram and Facebook.
If you will like to purchase my original work or for commissioned work, please contact me directly.
Not the usual mirror reflections. =)
This is one of the rare moments I painted. I was fixated on sheep since Dec 2022. For my Christian friends, Psalm 23 became the main meditation since. So I crossed into 2023 with sheep in my head. It only occured to me late Jan 2023 that Psalm 23 aligns with the year 23 as well. I don’t usually paint at home as I don’t like wet mess in my home but this time the desire to put this visual in my head on canvas is stronger. A deeper sharing of each painting can be found on my Facebook and Instagram.
These 10 postcards of 4″ x 6″ will be displayed and for sale at Pameran Poskad on 2-11 Dec 2022 at ION Art Gallery, Singapore.
To capture the night scene of lighthouses in Singapore, a mix medium drawing using Sumi-e, both black and iridescent colours are used to bring out the nuances of black and light in the dark. These pieces have different tones and feel when different amount of light is cast on it. The usual pen lines can be seen when zoomed in for the details.
The 3 originals are on display and for sale at Ace Framing Gallery (226 River Valley 238284).
These 5 sketches are available as a limited print postcard set at https://www.phoonies.com/product/red-brick-singapore-limited-print-cards/
Special A3 art print without frame for the Supreme Court is available at The Gallery Store (The National Gallery Singapore) .