10 September 2016


KUALA LUMPUR, 10 September 2016 - Dasein Fine Art alumni Caryn Koh talks about her interpretation of innovation and progress through murals, in a feature interview with the New Straits Times. Koh was one of eight artists chosen by Shell Malaysia to develop 15 murals at selected Shell stations nationwide as part of the oil and gas company’s 125th anniversary celebration.

Shell Malaysia wanted to find artists who could best showcase its anniversary campaign theme of progress and the Malaysian pioneering spirit. Koh, a Fine Arts major from Dasein Art Academy in KL, fitted the bill to a tee.

  • Koh's mural titled “Art Spirit” is located at Shell station in Kinrara R&R, along the Kesas highway.
  • Koh's mural titled "Care" is located at Shell station in Jalan Datuk Bandar Tunggal in Seremban, Negri Sembilan. 

“I’ve always enjoyed being in the creative field from young. I even painted murals in my primary and secondary school in Damansara Jaya,” shares Koh. I discover that she has also been involved in many collective exhibitions and is notably recognised for her #sekolahseries —sketches of schoolgirls using simple lines with contrasting scratches of colour pencil.

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This is an article excerpt taken from the New Straits Times, click HERE to view the full article that is published on the news portal.