Let us celebrate beauty from the inside
ESTETICA x PATHLIGHT SCHOOL
WHERE BEAUTIFUL MINDS MEET
"Beautiful Inside: Where Beautiful Minds Meet", a collaboration between Pathlight School and Estetica, is a union that bridges and supports the unique, insightful art created by talented people with special needs.
Five art pieces from a collective of talents from Pathlight School, each with their own special style and art forms, have been shortlisted and put into this collaboration. These artworks will be produced on limited quantities of canvas pouches and available for sale from December 1st to 31st 2015. Estetica will initiate and fund this campaign, and designate a dollar-for-dollar match for all pouches sold. All proceeds will go to Autism Resource Centre (Singapore), Pathlight School's parent charity, to continue the cycle of creativity, and nurture new talents within this precious community.
The art pieces are "Milkland" by Mohd Khairul, "The Great Migration" by Tay Jun-Yi, "Townscape" by Glenn Phua, "Singapore City Map" by Jovan Neo as well as "30 Beautiful Minds" which was done by various Pathlight students.
The "30 Beautiful Minds" pouch will retail at $10, exclusively on Estetica's e-shop. The other four designs will retail at $5 and will be available at all Estetica e-shop and Beauty Studios island wide, as well as The Art Faculty by Pathlight.
To thank customers for their support, each pouch will include a 35% discount voucher that can be used for purchase of any Estetica treatment or product.
What better time to advocate and share the important message of autism awareness than during the beautiful time of Christmas. Shop with a heart and deliver an inspiring sentiment of being "Beautiful Inside" and out, during this season of sharing and love.
Khairul Bin Asmi
Khairul creates mesmerizing perspectives of bridges and architectural forms. He employs precise line work and plays up on the contrast of light & shadow, which he keenly observes.
Jovan loves telling you stories through his drawing. The Narrative in his art is so full of intrigue and surprises, you with be sure to discover new elements every time you look at them.
Glenn enjoys illustrating architecture and scenery in line-art. He has produced a vast collection, in the form of art prints and products, of unique perspectives of famous skylines, as well as heritage landmarks. Nothing escapes his high-stamina line-art renderings.
Jun-Yi loves to draw a myriad of animals in vicarious situations. He engineers subtle nuances of social interactions among the animals he draws, which he himself rarely takes the initiative to partake in. With just a black marker pen, he draws each animals without any hesitation and each carries a different expression
Limited Edition Pouches
ABOUT PATHLIGHT SCHOOL
About Pathlight School
Pathlight School is the first autism-focused school in Singapore. It provides a unique blend of mainstream academics and life-readiness skills for students with autism and related learning disorders, aged 7 to 18 years old. Invited by the Ministry of Education (MOE), it began operations in January 2004 with just 41 students. Today, with more than 1000 students, it is one of the fastest growing and progressive special schools in Singapore.
For more information on Pathlight School, visit www.pathlight.org.sg.
About Pathlight Artist Development Programme (ADP)
The ADP was initiated in 2011 to identify students with special artistic abilities and help develop their talent from young. Professional artists coach and nurture identified talents. Where possible, their artworks are also turned into art merchandise and student artists earn royalties from the sale of their works. They are also given platforms to be involved in public exhibitions and grow as motivated and confident artists.
The ADP received the Special Education Innovation Award by the Ministry of Education in 2012, in recognition of its innovation in enhancing students’ learning. Since 2011, the ADP has grown from 8 to 34 artists, each with their own special style and art forms.
About Autism Resource Centre (Singapore)
Autism Resource Centre (Singapore), Pathlight School’s parent organisation, is a not-for-profit charity
based in Singapore and registered in year 2000. It was started by professional and parent volunteers
dedicated to serving children and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) to help these individuals
lead meaningful and independent lives in society.
For more information on ARC(S), visit www.autism.org.sg.
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