Having FunThis series is dedicated to all those who believe that life can be and should be fun! There is a time to work and a time to play - no matter what age we are at. Without fun, the world would be a dull place. Having Fun is a series of sculptures caste in solid aluminium with stainless steel finishing. The series was launched in December 2011, sponsored by National Art Council, National Geographic & People\\\'s Association.
Painted SculpturesEach and every pice in this series of aluminium sculptures is individually caste, finished and primed before they are used as three dimensional canvases for Wei Huang to spontaneously unfold a series of painted motifs, designs and narratives. The Teddy Bears are Wei’s most iconic works. They evoke emotions of familiarity and nostalgia in his viewers, The Torsos on the other hand come across as captivating works, confronting the viewer with their body language, literally. Every one of Huang’s teddies, knights and torsos is unique, distinct and beautiful. Contemporary in relevance and meaning, they could definitely be statement works of art for any collector.
PaintingsKY Huang alternates between sculpting and painting. Below are a collection of painting series produced by him. The Barcode Painting series comes across as both cheeky and playful. It appeals to people from all races and regions. The Singapore series is a tribute to Huang’s beloved nation. One of his paintings was short listed in the art competition, “On The Road” by Uber and Art Loft in 2015.
ProsperityFishes have always been known as symbols of prosperity and wealth. Nine (and multiples of nines) represent continuity. Together, they represents continuous and endless prosperity and wealth. Skilfully composed on recycled teak roots from the forests of East Java, in accordancewith their natural grains and form, every sculpture is a study of fluidity and movement and a delight to behold.
Bough Of Abundance
Bough Of AbundanceThe Bough Of Abundance series is another one of KY’s nature series. Adorned with colourful birds and fruits, these are both charming as well as pleasing to the eye. This series is especially suitable for collectors with limited wall space. Most of the configurations in this series are between 60-90cm, however, boughs up to 2.5m can be specially commissioned.
Special CommissionBoth the Huangs love commissioned works, especially massive ones! They consider them as opportunities to create something extraordinary. Besides many commissions in Singapore, their works can be found in resorts in India, Australia and Malaysia. One of their works was acquired by the Carlton City Hotel in Singapore.
Power And Grace
Power And GraceWei Huang is very fond of horses. He is attracted to their magnificence, speed and power. He takes to horses as an object of artistic expression, most of all for their symbolic significance and excellence. Every time one beholds a horse, one associates it with splendour and power.
On GuardOn Guard is a series of sculptures by Wei Huang inspired by the game of chess. These represent power, magnificence and beauty. These are exquisitely etched with intricate designs and each piece is a unique work of art.