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Valerie Khoo Drunken Apostrophes
‘Drunken Apostrophes’ from the ‘Flying Apostrophes’ series. Acrylic on wood panel. 40cm x 40cm. A quirky look at all those misplaced and misbehaving apostrophes in the world! This has been announced as a finalist in the Petite Pieces Art Prize 2018 and will be exhibited in a group show at Aspire Gallery in Brisbane.
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Valerie Khoo Catching Creativity by the Tail
This commissioned artwork in now in a beautiful home in Melbourne. It’s called ‘Catching Creativity by the Tail’ and was created especially with its new owner in mind. She is an amazing, creative and compassionate woman who has so much creativity to harness and turn into beauty. The artwork depicts the concept that there can...
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Valerie Khoo Shipstern
‘Shipstern’ has now winged its way over to its new home in Tasmania. Inspired by the waters around Shipstern Bluff, this piece was created for a creative an dynamic couple who are surging into a new adventure in their lives.
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Valerie Khoo Making Waves
Living near the beach, I wanted to capture the movement and playfulness of the waves at Avalon.
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Valerie Khoo Just take my hand
‘Let’s Go Down to the Sand’ is a commission from a writer and editor based in Melbourne. She wanted the artwork to reflect water – and I love painting water! She grew up near a beach and this piece is inspired by an iconic Eighties song by an Aussie band, filmed at Maroubra Beach –...
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Valerie Khoo Raine and Horne
I was recently commissioned to create a triptych for the reception area of the new office of Raine & Horne in Lane Cove, Sydney. This image depicts the Lane Cove area, specifically Linley Point, Riverview, Longueville, Northwood and Greenwich. As a former resident of Lane Cove for many years, this was a project that was...
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Valerie Khoo Ascension
‘Ascension‘. This wood artwork was painstakingly constructed from separate pieces of wood over many weeks. Each piece has been hand sawn with a Japanese saw, individually hand-painted and then assembled to create a unique artwork. It is truly one of a kind. It was inspired by the concept that it only take a small push...
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