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“Everyone wants to understand art. Why not try to understand the song of a bird? …people who try to explain pictures are usually barking up the wrong tree.”  — Pablo Picasso

Picasso has a point. Art can't be explained adequately in words, because it's influence on people is so personal and speaks to the nonverbal parts of our existence. Therefore, art is an experience. You must let go of your need to put things into words, and let the artwork take you somewhere... even lift you into higher spheres.

Be lifted with a piece of artwork that touches your heart now.

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  1. Abstract birds and bees

    Abstract birds and bees

    $1,800.00
    Acrylic on canvas with gold leafs Learn More
  2. minimal cude

    Minimal in kind

    Martijn Duifhuizen (Gouda, 1976)

     Capture the feelings again in this painting.

    Available to be commission to the size you want.

    Contact: justin(AT)centrepiece.com.sg

    Price range from SGD $300 to $2500.

    Sent us an request for a quote below.

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  3. Sweet lolli

    Sweet lolli

    Sweet lolli adds that feeling that you once had during your first love. Innocent. Sugary. Loving. 

    Capture the feelings again in this painting.

    Available to be commission to the size you want.

    Contact: justin(AT)centrepiece.com.sg

    Price range from SGD $300 to $2500.

    Sent us an request for a quote below.

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  4. passion painting

    Deep Passion - Abstract

    Deep passion is for people who have felt the energy of intense passion when you first fell into love.

    Capture the feelings again in this painting.

    Available to be commission to the size you want.

    Contact: justin(AT)centrepiece.com.sg

    Price range from SGD $300 to $2500.

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  5. Love Blossom Sun flower

    Love Blossom Sun flower

    $950.00

    One of the image’s focal points is the powerful blossom that appears to toss in the wake of the morning sunburst. 

    Contact us to customise an order of the Art.

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  6. Blossom art of love

    Love Blossom

    $950.00

    The practice was first associated with plum blossoms before becoming almost exclusively linked with cherry blossoms by the Heian Period (794–1185). With wider exposure to Japanese art and culture in the nineteenth century, audiences in the U.S. and around the world embraced sakura as a particularly Japanese cultural hallmark.

    Available to customise size.

    Limited series.

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  7. package art and sofa

    Art and sofa package

    Match your sofa set with a piece of commisioned art.

    Email us: info(AT)centrepiece.com.sg

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  8. Moonriver art

    MoonRiver

    $1,690.00

    “Look, look at me. I reside so high and so close to the heaven. Come, come and catch me,” said the Moon to the River.

     “Gaze down and take a dip, and then you will know the earthly joy,” lambasted the River back to the Moon.

     “Look, look at me, I have stars as my company, and I play hide and seek with the clouds. Come, come and be with me,” sang the Moon to the River.

     “You have voiceless stars as your company, and the sweat of the sky veils your eyes. Come, come and be with me instead, for I have plants and animals 
    as my friends. They jump, they sing, they dance, and they bathe ... all open and naked, along the shores of the Mother Earth,” whispered the River to the Moon.

     “Oh! River, I am thirsty, my darling. I wish to take a plunge, deep inside you,” the Moon sighed.

     “Come, come my darling, let us cross all the barriers and enter into each other,” murmured the River to the Moon.  

     Bhuwan Thapaliya was born in Kathmandu and is one of the most widely-read Nepali poets writing in English. He is the author of Our Nepal, Our Pride and is working on his New and Selected Poems. 

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  9. modular art triptych

    Modular Art Triptych

    $1,390.00

    Inspired by the first break of sunlight and the impression that the artist has on Singapore landscape.

    Modular art is art created by joining together standardized units to form larger, more complex compositions. In some works the units can be subsequently moved, removed and added to – that is, modulated – to create a new work of art, different from the original or ensuing configurations.

    Arrange it as you want to create new meaning for your home. Speak to us if you like a special commission of the artworks according to the sizes and dimension you like.

    Email: justin@centrepiece.com.sg

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  10. Customised A piece of Art for your space

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