Conceptual, impressionistic and provocative - some might even say Danny’s works are controversial.
Singaporean painter Danny Raven Tan’s survived pancreatic cancer in 2010. Danny was mentored by Mr Poh Siew Wah, a Singaporean artist known for his powerful Abstract and Expressionistic styled paintings, for only two years when he was a student in Nanyang Junior College. Conceptual, impressionistic and provocative - some might even say Danny’s works are controversial. In 2015, Danny left LASALLE College of the Arts, where he spent six years marketing the college ,and decided to pursue his dream as a painter. He co-founded THE TIFFIN GALLERY, a unique art appreciation space nestled in the heartland of Singapore, Ang Mo Kio. The eclectic gallery is converted from a 4 room HDB flat, which he feels tourists will be keen to explore and understand the Singaporean culture. Danny's work were acquired by private collectors from UK, USA, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Thailand. Viewing is by appointment only. Kindly email firstname.lastname@example.org