"I draw inspiration from things that hold significance and meaning in everyday life. I have begun to ponder what matters in our environment which we are not always able to 'see' in their intangible forms.
My idea for this series of work is about urbanisation consuming our space and the following creation of a packed environment that provides us with a physical and spiritual abode embodying the visible and invisible."
April received her Diploma in Fine Arts (Western Painting) from Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts in 1989 and graduated with a Master in Fine Arts (Printmaking) from The Slade School of Fine Art (UCL), UK, in 1993.
Her works have been exhibited in numerous shows locally and internationally, including Portugal, Taiwan and the United Kingdom.
April approaches her artistic practice as a reflection of her attitude to life – simplicity. Her works are inspired by nature; nature distilled to its simplest forms and shapes, re-imagined as abstract landscapes that exuberate an atmosphere of calmness and mediative silence.