Mama had actually planned to bring me to the beach but it was raining in the morning, so we made a quick change in plan and headed to the Art Garden at the Singapore Art Museum :)
Dancing Solar Flowers
This lively installation of solar-powered mechanical flowers nod, or rock gently, in response to indoor lighting conditions.
I helped to dress up the dolls in this fantasy candy-coloured world of giant dolls, complete with a wardrobe of clothes and shoes - inspired by old-fashioned cut-out paper dolls. I also decorated an enormous three-tiered cake for mummy :)
We played with the colours and shapes in this toddlers' playroom installation, inspired by the rainbow that reflect hope and happiness.
This section required us to colour the dots on a piece of paper and using large coloured discs to build a huge picture.
I am not able to grasp the idea but I enjoyed colouring the dots along with a brunch of kids :)
From bare white installation, special lighting effect changes the white boxes into boxes of toys that we were familiar with :)
Exploring the urban geography and topography of the dream-like universe - built entirely of modular toy train tracks that create spontaneous, whimsical colour patterns covered the gallery space.
I spent a good half an hour in this gallery building train tracks with the jie-jie there and watching the trains chugga chugga choo choo along the tracks :)
A colourful fruit market and we can create our favourite paper fruit here!
Paper-mache animal dolls created by children and participants from non-profit organisations with the artist - to inspire social harmony. We can draw and colour on the tree trunk too :)
Elephant Sitting and Elephant at Rest
Coming up-close with two art elephants and decorate them with colourful stickers.
After this, we took a quick lunch break at nearby MacDonald before continuing with the tour in the museum.
Animation Film Screening
We watched a 24-min short film - Lost and Found from the United Kingdom.
I had some colouring fun at the activity room :)