Art Stage Singapore 2017 was Enchanting

It was our 3rd exhibition at this extremely well-run and well-attended art fair in a country with residents and visitors that are culturally distinctive but universally welcoming.

Our booth consisted of a beautiful and bold collection of transcending work that encapsulates the magnificent energy of harmony, strength and love for humanity by this cubist master and romantic painter, except, there were a number of “milestone” work displayed, including the Dancing Trees from the Symbiosis Collection which marked fulcrum pivotal moments of the artist’s career.

Breaking Through, featured bright colored bulls that broke through a complex network of connectivity between heaven and earth, celebrating life force and energy.   The fast-moving palette knife channeled that burst of energy where Yuroz and the bulls became one.  As he rapidly shaped the water and the clouds in an impasto style, the racing bulls propelled against all surface tension, releasing their inner worlds into infinity.


Pulses of the Roses is a new collection where Yuroz emulated the complexity of the rose with the structure of cubism.  Here, Yuroz created visual cues for viewers to allow the sensitivity and sensibility of the day’s experiences to surface in a safe environment.

Further, we curated a series of studies from the artist’s private collection, offering a mini retrospective where it’s almost like viewers raced through twenty years of the artist’s history right in front of their eyes, with noteworthy collectibles for collectors at varied points of their collecting journey.

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Our team is grateful for the support of our clients for this and other shows and throughout the years.  We each wrote a personal note to share our feeling and express thanks:


“It is amazing to see the power of art at work again.  Art can open doors to any nation and any diverse culture. Whether it was in Singapore, China, Dubai, Lebanon, Italy, U.S. or Mexico where my art was featured in one-man shows, or greeting visitors with roots beyond these countries, art connects us without regard to language and religious barriers.  It is human nature to look for common ground and we build from there.”


“The smiles, the generosity, the warmth and the love we were showered with by art overs in Singapore made us feel so welcome. They came from a diverse culture but their receptiveness to art and their eagerness to share were universal and that is the core of Yuroz’s message: the sharing of human condition and the power of humanity. It seems fitting that I took this picture at the show standing beside Yuroz’s marquee symbol of humanity, the Eternity sculpture and I want to give thanks to everyone we have met in Singapore.” – Jennifer Edwards

“Clients in Singapore are open to sharing their passion towards Yuroz’s art. Be it the vibrant colors, the emotions from the images or the meaning the lines and curves stir when they come together, different cultures from different parts of the world have different appreciation for Yuroz’s style. Learning about how each person connects gives me a window to the person I meet.” – Karo Martirosyan

“From the newly-wed collectors looking to bring the harmony in Yuroz’s painting into their environment as they plan a family, to the retired couple yearning to rediscover the passionate embrace represented in the silver ICONO paintings, to the principal cellist on his way to his performance who echoed deeply with Yuroz’s classical training, to those expert collectors on the look out for heirloom paintings and sculptures to add to their collection, visitors came into the booth leaving their mark on each of us and left a little lighter with the inspiration from the work we shared.” – Pandora Pang

“It is difficult to decipher whether it is the opportunity to work with Yuroz, to share his messages or to connect his art with our visitors that gives me the most joy. Yuroz’s art gives us a safe place to feel a little, dream a little and connect a little, and I am one of the shepherds in this safe place.” – Fiona O’Hanlon

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