Tiffany Yao’s “行 YAO, Hang 姚: The Extended Road Trip” @ *SCAPE (April 1-23)

Tiffany Yao’s 行 YAO “road trip” has been extended beyond the gallery wall of Detention Barracks, to a pop-up space on *SCAPE in Orchard Road!

Titled, “行 YAO, Hang 姚 : The Extended Road Trip” - the event exhibits from April 1st to 23rd (12pm-8pm daily), the festivities include Workshops and Talks, scheduled for April 15th and 22nd (from 3pm to 5:30pm each). Folks interested are to email “” to register (Limited to 20 pax per session).

Tiffany Yeoh is sponsored by Faber-Castell, and Detention Barracks has partnered with SCAPE and Faber-Castell to share art with the public.

On show would be the previously purchased artwork on loan from respective buyers, for the exhibition. Here are some snaps from the walls of unit #02-25 @ *SCAPE at 2 Orchard Link, Singapore, courtesy of DB-bossman, Yeo Beng Hong’s Instagram:

Here’s a recap video of what I saw at her gallery show in February, featuring her color pencil art:

”Tiffany (a.k.a. Tiffy) specialises in illustration| design| art. Equipped with 20 years of traditional art training and practice, Tiffy has built a strong foundation in understanding rudimentary modes of creation and having an eye for details. Her professional experience as Senior Barbie Designer at Mattel has enabled her to push the boundaries of her artistic practice by exploring diverse lifestyles and experiences from adventure-filled travels. Tiffy mixes commercial values with artistic touches, intertwining the contemporary with the traditional; a meld of realism and surrealism.

Travelling have definitely helped enrich Tiffy's life, allowing her to appreciate it with a curious mind, observant eyes and a grateful heart. This is represented in her artworks, many of which use colour pencils. To Tiffy, the medium conveys the dedicate yet glorious nature of life.

Identifying with the Teochew culture - of a dialect community which can be found in all corners of the world - she continues to live in and travel to different cities. Born and raised in Swatow, worked in Hong Kong and now currently living in Singapore with her family, these 3 cities serve as important milestones in her life."