Artist gaya


Gaya’s artistic journey began at the age of seven when she was influenced by the ancient frescoes and the rich culture she was born into, and surrounded by, presenting the perfect setting for beautiful creativity. She was also mesmerised by the beautiful work of the indigenous artists of Australia, where she comes from. Her artistic talents took her far and wide in the field of performing arts, and she toured the world as a performing artiste. Her performances included prestigious venues such as the Sydney Opera House and The Esplanade Theatres On The Bay. Gaya has received critical acclaim in Shape magazine, Seventeen magazine, the Sydney Morning Herald and the Sun-Herald Australia. She has also appeared on the Channel Nine television network in Australia, Strait Times Singapore, Tamil Murasu Singapore and on MediaCorp Singapore. Her passion for the visual arts continued throughout her years as a performing artiste, and she spent her non-performing hours as a painter, taking on various art forms, including but not limited to, the fine art of Batik painting. She has dedicated a life-long commitment to expanding her knowledge of the visual arts, spending time with masters and experts from around the globe, in all genres of visual art. As an Australian and a resident of Singapore, her art is also in some ways influenced by the culturally rich Australasia, where she has drawn inspiration from the diverse cultures and indigenous communities she has had the privilege of interacting with, and learning from.Now as a full-time visual artist, she concentrates on oil, acrylics, watercolours and mixed media. Gaya’s work is in many private collections worldwide, notably: Singapore, Australia, New Zealand, China, New York, California, Indonesia and UK. Gaya’s artwork has been purchased and commissioned by companies including fashion labels. Gaya’s art and art prints, as well as her licensed product lines, have been sold worldwide. Her most recent solo exhibition was at Art Basel Miami 2016, group exhibition at the Singapore contemporary art show 2017 at Suntec Convention & Exhibition Centre, The Affordable Art Fair Singapore 2017 and The National Art Gallery 2017. She has also created commissioned work for multinational companies, organisations and creative entrepreneurs.