Focusing on: Ashley Yeo

Encompassing drawings and art objects, Ashley Yeo’s practice stems from private thoughts and ontological questioning.  She is  interested in maintaining a relationship with nature. Her practice revolves around themes of lightness and slowness, beautifully portrayed both through her drawings and her intricate paper-cuts.

Marigold no. 2, 2019, hand-cut paper sculpture with gold leaf, 15 x 15 x 5cm

Drop of Light (Pyramid), 2019, hand-cut paper, 6.7 x 6.7 x 15cm

Ashley Yeo was the first Singaporean artist to achieve a place in the Loewe Craft Prize finals (2018), with her piece ‘Arbitrary Metrics II’.  Chosen from more than 1,900 international submissions, her small delicate paper sculpture comprises an intricate hand-cut floral motif of her own design.

Arbitrary Metrics II, 2018, hand-cut paper, 3.5 x 3.5 x 3.5cm

You can find more of her work by clicking on the links below as well as on her Instagram page.


About Claire B

I'm a passionate printmaker, paper-maker and a poor sketcher (which I'm working to improve). I've stitched from early childhood and am a perpetual student, loving learning and participating in everything creative.
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2 Responses to Focusing on: Ashley Yeo

  1. dbeestontpgcomau says:

    This work is exquisite and amazing. The highlighting of the shadows in the way it has been photographed is also terrific. WOW.

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  2. Claire B says:

    That’s a person with a good eye and a very steady hand. Bet she goes through a lot of knife blades!

    Liked by 1 person

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