Press Release 2003-2011

METRO HARIAN

METRO HARIAN

Corporate Journey Magazine july 2011

Corporate Journey Magazine july 2011

Corporate Journey Magazine july 2011

Corporate Journey Magazine july 2011

Corporate Journey Magazine july 2011

Corporate Journey Magazine july 2011

Corporate Journey Magazine july 2011

Corporate Journey Magazine july 2011

Corporate Journey Magazine july 2011

Corporate Journey Magazine july 2011

sin chiew newspaper April 2011

sin chiew newspaper April 2011

interviewed by TV Channel from China about Entrepreneurship

interviewed by TV Channel from China about Entrepreneurship

Women's Weekly Magazine

Women's Weekly Magazine

METRO HARIAN

METRO HARIAN

Metro Harian

Metro Harian

KOSMO MALAY MAIL

KOSMO MALAY MAIL

GARDEN Art Magazine

GARDEN Art Magazine

KLCC EXHIBITION

KLCC EXHIBITION

SGM MAGAZINE

SGM MAGAZINE

SGM MAGAZINE

SGM MAGAZINE

SGM MAGAZINE

SGM MAGAZINE

SUN DAILY

SUN DAILY

THE STAR

THE STAR

THE EDGE

THE EDGE

NewTide magazine

NewTide magazine

The Expat Magazine

The Expat Magazine

New Tide magazine

New Tide magazine

Press Clippings about Emilia Tan’s Batik Art

“To find a Chinese lady taking interest in batik painting may be hard, but finding a talented one who is naturally interested in using batik as a medium of fine artistic expressions besides being keen on bringing it to the world stages is nearly impossible. One such lady, though, is Emilia Tan ” by Soka Gakkai Malaysia’s COSMIC Magazine, June 2006

“Substitute Art for beauty, and you understand Emilia Tan’s approach to art. She is truly talented Renaissance artist and also the exceptional one who is able to work in many mediums, including fabric. Her art is showcased, not only on someone ‘s wall, but on walking people all around us. The flow of her unique designs and the starting hues of her invented colours are available for all of us to delight in. She is a painter, a fashion designer, a clothes label for the elite, a friend of the PM’s former much beloved wife, Endon, and most importantly she is unique. She is Emilia Tan”

by The Expat Magazine, March 2006

“In a complex process of trail and error, Emilia Tan layers colour upon colour, matrial upon material, using wax and dyes to create luminous images of great depth and mystery. The drips and pools of color in Tan’s dream-like imagery are the mark of an unpredictable medium; yet she maintains a superb balamce of design, fluidity of movement and expressiveness of form. With spontaneity of emotion, the shapes in Tan’s work are in continual motion, sweeping upward in vigorous ascent, or falling brightly in delicate descent.”

by Agora Gallery New York Lyrical Abstraction Exhibition Press Release, February 2006

“Emilia Tan, a young Malaysian batik artist, whose work is contemporary and multi-culture, successfully fusing Malaysia batik techniques with influences from Australian Aboriginal Art” by Garden International School ACCESS Magazine, December 2005

“Emilia Tan who has a modern interpretation of batik. Her comprise a mixture of aboriginal art styles and batik. No one can predict the future, but one can be that the future of batik will be as bright as its colours.” by Batik Inspirations (featuring top batik designers) coffee table book, November 2005.

“Conservative no more! Batik designs have undergone a transformation in the hands of Emilia Tan, who incorporates Australian aboriginal and other abstract motifs in her works of art” by The Sun Newspaper, May 2005

“Emilia Tan, a motivation, confidence and enthusiasm batik painter, as a leader of the young artist nowadays” by Guang Ming Newspaper, June 2005

“A fast-emerging Batik Artist greatly inspired by nature, Australia Aboriginal art and her own life experiences” by Grand Seasons Hotel K.L., PR Manager Mr. Lionel, March 2005

“In vivid colorsand organic abstractions of form, Malaysian artist Emilia Tan brings togather the traditional arts of Malaysian Batik and Australian Aboriginal design, as well as the contemporary arts of impressionism and abract painting” by ART-MINE.com Art Resource New York, February 2005

“Emilia’s batik paintings alternate between realism and abstraction and naunced by impressionism and expressionism. Skillfully executed, the work achieves poignancy through a unique perpective that resonates throughout the cohesive presentation. Wonderful Work.” by Ms.Angela Di Bello, Director of Agora Gallery New York and Editor-in-Chief of Artist Spectrum Magazine New York, September 2004

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