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About subhashini

Subhashini Balasubramanian : A Masters graduate from Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts and University of Huddersfield, she is a practicing artist in Singapore. She has been teaching and conducting art workshops for the past 10 years.

A Flower A Day : Salvia Signum

Today I found this beautiful purple flower named Salvia Signum. Advertisements

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A Flower A Day 25 Oct 2015

I am continuing to explore more flowers from my garden. I don’t know their names yet. Will add the names once I find out.

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Art Carnivale @ Burrendah Primary School.

A community Fundraiser Event at Burrendah Primary School conducted an art exhibition of their students. A wonderful concept visualised by the very inspiring art teacher of this school, Mrs Danielle Eitzen  had every class come together and create a collaborative artwork on … Continue reading

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Mehndi Workshop with Subhashini Balasubramanian

Mehndi Workshop with Subhashini Balasubramanian Sat 15th Aug | 10a. – 12 am | $48.00 Bookings essential. Enrol at Exhibition Workshop, call 94329555 or visit FAC reception. Mehndi is the art of applying temporary henna tattoos. This ancient Indian tradition serves … Continue reading

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Colourful Batik Painting @ Fremantle Art Centre

Colourful Batik Painting for kids was a two hour workshop which was conducted as part of the Fremantle Art Centre’s kids holiday program on the 10th July 2015. The group of 9 kids had an engaging time learning about traditional technique … Continue reading

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Adobe Education Exchange Launches in Singapore

I have benefited so much from this forum and have shared some of my experiences and resources with the members. I felt so honoured when they approached me about using my profile and interview  for their promotion their launch.

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Doodle session inspired by

Students of classes 1 – 5 of Global Indian International School, Queenstown campus had an exciting doodle session last week during their Art class. Inspired by the German artist Stefan G Bucher’s, the students explored finding their own monsters … Continue reading

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