Born in Singapore, Gloria Keh, has been painting since childhood. Her late father, the oil painter, Martin Fu, was her first art teacher. She studied mandala art and symbolism in Melbourne, Australia for over 10 years and also attended a short course in art therapy at La Salle, Singapore. In 2008, Gloria founded Circles of Love, a non-profit charity outreach programme, using her art in the service to humanity. All her paintings are sold 100% for charity. Gloria has participated in over 50 exhibitions, both in Singapore as well as internationally. Her first overseas solo was held at the Gallery Steiner in 2018 in Vienna, Austria. She has also won 11 international art awards.



June Edition

Müberra Bülbül

The artist uses mythological characters as a symbolic language in his works. Although myths from the past to the present day vary from society to society, they continue in the same way in different cultures and beliefs. The artist has established a connection between past and present and has placed these legends with various archetypes …

Patricia Borges

Patricia Borges was born in Brazil in 1974. In 1990 she started her drawing and painting classes with master Luiz Carlos Andrade Lima. In 1995 she moved to Vienna, Austria, where she first studied photography. Back to Brazil she engaged at art history and art theory courses with professors Fernando Carneiro and Maria Cecilia Araujo de …