BuLL (Lasting Love)

Closing Bid: S$ 850.00

OPEN DATE: 10 May 2014, 10:00am
CLOSING DATE: 27 June 2014, 8:30pm

About the Artwork

Jeffrey Wandly has painted his BŁffel figurine in black, red and yellow - bold colours of the German flag - as a sign of respect for the origin of the Braun BŁffel brand. The look is simple and elegant, yet modern, like the brand itself. As many have fallen in love with the exquisite quality and beauty of BŁffel products, Wandly has titled it "BuLL", where the letters "LL" stand for "Lasting Love".

Bidding Information

OPEN DATE: 10 MAY 2014
CLOSING DATE: 27 JUNE 2014

Closing Bid: S$ 850.00

About the Artist

Singaporean born and bred, Jeffrey Wandly studied Architecture and Architectural Studies at National University of Singapore, which part explains his fondness for capturing images of old. Landmarks, buildings and places where he once visited as a young child, and interacted with the people around him, hold dear to his heart and he represents this in his work using charcoal, ink and acrylic. Wandly then went on to read Project Management and obtained his Masters degree from Queensland University of Techonology. With a passion for music for the arts, Wandly carries many hats - as owner of Maya Gallery, director of Wandly Yazid Orkestra, artist, musician, mentor and project development and management professional.

Having first exhibited his paintings during the 1970's at the Siglap Community Centre, Wandly has moved on and has participated in exhibitions more frequently in the last three years. In 2013 he joined Collective Asia at the Asia Contemporary Art Fair, Luxe Art Museum, Singapore; ťncore! (Maya Gallery's 1st Anniversary), Maya Gallery, Singapore; From the Heart, Bali ACT, Artomorrow Artspace, Bali; Bank Art Fair, Island Shangri-La, Hong Kong and Moving On APAD Exhibition, The Substation, Singapore. Prior to that he has taken part in charity auctions, and exhibited his work at Art Expo Malaysia, The Malay Heritage Centre as well as his own Maya Gallery exhibitions. He has also done commissioned works for the Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine.