Happy Place, Happy Space
Nicknamed “The Grandfather of Singapore Sculpture”, Dr Ng Eng Teng was acclaimed for his innovative modern sculpture over a career spanning four decades… Particularly known for work carrying warm humanist themes, Dr Ng’s sculpture brings life and vibrancy to these public spaces.National Gallery of Singapore
I have an affinity for Mother & Child images. So, Loving Husband and I set out this week to the National Gallery of Singapore to seek out the other Mother & Child by this sculptor.
“I look on the whole emotional aspect of mankind: the struggle, the heartache, the love, the hatred and the bitterness of life; all this (is expressed) with Mother & Child.Ng Eng Teng, sculptor
Which Mother & Child speaks to you more?
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Reading your Joyful Posts brings me to my happy place. I hope having them in one place makes it easier for you to find when you need a bit of happy therapy, too.
If you would like to join in, ping back to this post and I will include you next week.
- Amanda at SomethingToPonderAbout’s Embracing Edamame Beans: extolls the virtues of edamame beans with a delicious idea
- Carol Ann Siciliano‘s Delights: enjoys the Ocean City Air Show in comfort
- Deb’s World’s What’s the point of a world without fun: ponders the idea of “fun”
- Gary Wilson‘s Decisions Decisions: shares a contemplative story
- Laurie Graves‘s At Their Best: gives us a peek into her beautiful summer garden
- MarkusUndMicah‘s How to live a holiday life or better yet create a life you love: chooses an intentional life
- Natalie the Explorer‘s Big House Canoe & Corktown: brings us to a floating art installation to celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day
- ReflectionsOfAnUntidyMind‘s A Water Birth: contemplates water on our planet
- Thistles and Kiwis’This Week’s Small Pleasures: vacations in sunny Auckland
- Trent’s World‘s The Weekly Smile: enjoys a scenic kayak paddle on an early summer break
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