Shop for artwork based on themed collections. Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Tired - Transparent by Meg
Tired by Meg
Happiness - Transparent by Meg
Happiness by Meg
Chibi Wolfboy - Transparent by Meg
Chibi Wolfboy by Meg
Rising Star of Science - The AI Expert by Kristofina Kapewangolo
Rising Star of Science - The Chemist by Kristofina Kapewangolo
Sister Agetta Prays by Kristofina Kapewangolo
Ankole Cattle Come Home by Choo KW
Samsui Woman at Work - Builders of the Nation Series by Choo KW
Marina Bay cityscape at night by DAWEArt
Rain approaches on the Singapore skyline by DAWEArt
Gardens by the Bay by DAWEArt
Singapore chili crab by DAWEArt
Evening skyline in Singapore by DAWEArt
The cattle come home - Life among the Mbunza series by Choo KW
Osemba by Kristofina Kapewangolo
Seda Kala by Kristofina Kapewangolo
He who fears the sun will not become a leader by Amahle Battiss
Sticks in a bundle are unbreakable by Amahle Battiss
Look for who remains placid to find who holds power by Amahle Battiss
A big chair does not make a big boss by Amahle Battiss
Lost in thought by Heng Hui Ting
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About Sanaa Tendaji
Sanaa Tendaji is my nom de pinceau or nom dâ€™artiste. Historically, adoption of a nom de pinceau has been common practice among artists of the Far East. The artistâ€™s name is not fixed but is fluid, changing with the development of the artistâ€™s career and style of expression. Changes in a name can mark important life events or metamorphoses in the style and mood of the art produced. I find this a refreshing perspective. It is a counterpoint to the Western tradition in which collectors and art lovers sometimes purchase art as an investment based on the name of the artist. Emphasis on the name of the artist depersonalises interaction with art as we are pressured by the weight of reputation carried by the name. Appreciation of what is good in art becomes a social construct enforced by external approval of the artistâ€™s name. In contrast, the use of a changeable nom de pinceau turns the spotlight on the quality and impact of the work itself. Interaction with the art becomes more personal. We are freed from the baggage of the artistâ€™s name to let the work speak directly to us.
I was born in Tanzania and currently live in Singapore. I have always had a passion for art. In my travels across Africa and Asia, I have collected numerous pieces that have deeply moved me. I have continued to follow the development of many of the artists whom I have known.
This artifact is a project exploring cultural identity in African and Asian art. I present a curated selection of my collection representing works of contemporary artists from Africa and Asia. My dream is that these works will move you and speak to you as they do to me.
The galleries are currently under construction. Please, bear with me, and the first works will be up within a few weeks.