Gee’s sculptures have been exhibited widely in Istanbul, Paris and at Jakarta. She has also had numerous exhibitions in Singapore since 2000 at venues including the Alliance Française, and the Art Loft at Volvo and subsequently at Geeleinan gallery when it was established in 2006 in the Wessex district and that Gee ran until her departure to Papua New Guinea.
Having lived in Asia for a greater part of her life, Gee finds her inspiration in the colours, objects and people of Asia. Her paintings reflect her lived experience, memories both varied and deeply felt. These are conveyed with strong tones, layered textures and swift strokes. Gee works almost exclusively with her palette knife, to apply colours and then taking them off, very much like sculpting with clay. This gives her paintings distinctive depth and creates evocative surfaces that seem to unravel slowly over time.
Equally accomplished and even more expressive are Gee’s sculptures. The flowing, smooth lines of the sculptures give the suggestion of movement. The limbs of the figures bend resulting in supple, almost poetic forms, delicate and striking at once. A series of sculptures inspired by maternal love are particularly poignant.
After a break of a few years from “the little red dot”, Gee is back in Singapore and has been showing her most recent works at the Affordable Art Fair of Singapore on November 2019 with EVART GALLERY, www.evartgallery.com.
Gee’s works can be seen throughout the year upon appointment. Please drop an email at email@example.com.