KUALA LUMPUR: Being locked down for two years did not dent the burning enthusiasm of a prominent abstract artist. Instead, Michelle Yap used the lull following the global Covid-19 pandemic to plan and create her artworks and work with a reputable gallery to organise an exhibition.
Through the exceptional vision of Malaysian artist Michelle Yap, a solo exhibition takes place at Qing Gallery located at Desa Park City.
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After being featured in a host of shows locally and internationally for more than a decade, Michelle Yap landed her first solo exhibition in Malaysia.
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The show captures both Yap's struggles and achievements in her years as an artist.
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Bentley’s Embrace Extraordinary Highlights How Artist Michelle Yap Is A Rising Star In The Art World
In the life of Malaysian abstract artist Michelle Yap, the truth of her genuine talent was founded on an extraordinary journey. Her fascination with art began at three to four years of age, witnessing how an artist using Chinese ink could materialise two goldfish on paper with the economy of two simple brushstrokes. “It was like magic,” she remembers.