Post Cards for RICE & Children Home
Sales of these postcards goes to Buying RICE and Children Home phase 2 of the construction of piling, foundation works, ground level of the new integrated children home and training centre. We plan to start construction in 2016 and completed the construction within 2 years.
The site for the new home was bought and secured in December 2014 at Maesot, Thailand with a land size of around 10,000 sqft. The new integrated facilities is near to the schools and easily accessible. Building plans are for a 3 storey building with an estimated 18,000 sq ft build-up area. It will include facilities to house up to 150 orphans and children. The integrated facilities includes, a multi-purpose hall, library, computer lab, nursery, dining hall, kitchen, learning corners, study area, creative art studio, training rooms, playground, kitchen, boys’ rooms, girls’ rooms and other facilities.
1. S$50 – Giver
2. S$100 – Contributor’s
3. S$250 – Brick’s
4. S$500 – Supporter’s
5. S$1,000 – Friend’s
1. SGD50 – Rice for 5 children a month
2. SGD100 – Rice for 10 children a month
3. SGD250 – Rice for 25 children a month
Help us provide RICE and build a new home for these orphans and children in Thailand and Myanmar.
ART POSTCARDS – Limited Edition of 100 copies
Yuree Yuree Kensaku is a Japanese-Thai artist based in Bangkok and graduated from visual art department of Bangkok University. Yuree was one of the first students whose works were selected to exhibit solo in Brand New Project at Bangkok University Gallery in 2003. Known for narrative quality in large paintings, dense composition and child-like enthusiasm shown in brightly hued characters, Yuree employs various existing figures leading her stories such as Greek gods, Japanese cartoon characters, folklores and fairy tales, while playing a part is Yuree herself as the reoccurring bob-haired girl character. Yuree then became one of 100 Tonson Gallery most prolific artists where she produced several solo exhibitions there, ig, “It’s Spiritually Good!” in 2005, “Shortcut to Melancholic Hill” in 2011 and “Karma Police” in 2013, as long as international exhibitions such as Kuandu Biennale, Moscow Biennale for Young Art and Art Basel Hong Kong. Yuree’s works are now collected by several museum permanent collections in Asia and regarded as one of the most fast paced and outstanding artists from Thailand.
The world of William Sim’s art is a fantasia where the subjects are a blend of nature and mechanical objects, they collaborate individually and collectively to depict dreamscapes of love and optimism. William is a full time art practitioner and is a partner at Amphibios, a visual arts studio based in Singapore since 1997. Branding himself as the Merchant of Happiness, he has showcased his paintings in various group and solo exhibitions in Singapore and countries like South Korea, Taiwan and Hong Kong. He is also the author of the best selling colouring book title, Colouring the Lion City and newly released titles, Colouring the World and Colouring the Chinoiserie.
Fuel for the Feeding End and Return to Innocence are two pieces of work created specifically for Art & Hope. The mysterious boy with a melon helmet, a recurring character in William’s work helms mechanised biomorphic vehicles to transport precious cargos of love and fragile innocence.
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Bank account name: Art & Hope LLP
DBS Bank, Singapore
Bank Account Number: 288-900-6818
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