OUTFITS

Exploring the National Gallery

Kooling (Beads & Blossoms) visited Singapore a couple of weeks ago, and her schedule was so packed that I was extremely lucky to have met her twice in the span of two weeks. I’ve missed that girl and her pervy humour. We decided to make our virgin trip to the National Gallery one drizzly afternoon. It was fun exploring facets of the building while checking out some of the exhibits along the way.

National Gallery Singapore: view from the lobby.

National Gallery Singapore: No heelys.No heelys.

National Gallery Singapore: This is a good photo spot decal of Dancing Mutants by Hernando R. Ocampo, Oil on canvas, 1965.Since it claimed to be a good photo spot, why not? Dancing Mutants by Hernando R. Ocampo, oil on canvas, 1965.

National Gallery Singapore: This is a good photo spot decal of Dancing Mutants by Hernando R. Ocampo, Oil on canvas, 1965.

National Gallery Singapore: salted fish.Drying Salted Fish by Cheong Soo Pieng, 1978.

National Gallery Singapore: salted fishI actually like the smell of salted fish. This image is printed on the back of the Singapore $50 note by the way!

National Gallery Singapore: lush interior of a courtroom.Lush interior of one of the courtrooms, which now house artworks. The staff stationed there were so enthusiastic about explaining its previous life as a court room; pretty interesting how the judge could just walk in from the doorway joining their office.

National Gallery Singapore: Grande tenue de la cour d'Annam (Official Dress of the Court of Annam) by Nguyen Van Nhan, watercolour on paper, bound into linen-covered album, 1902.Grande tenue de la cour d’Annam (Official Dress of the Court of Annam) by Nguyen Van Nhan, watercolour on paper, bound into linen-covered album, 1902. Appreciated the ability to flip through the book via digital scans on the tablet next to this album – the paintings were so pretty!

National Gallery Singapore: A Paddy Field in Burmah by U Ba Nyan, lithograph.A Paddy Field in Burmah by U Ba Nyan, lithograph. Loved how this stood out from all the other paintings in the room. Loved the use of purple in the shadows too.

National Gallery Singapore: Boschbrand (Forest Fire) by Raden Saleh, oil on canvas, 1849.Boschbrand (Forest Fire) by Raden Saleh, oil on canvas, 1849. Magnificent.

National Gallery Singapore: light boobs.Kooling got some fantastic light magic on her boobs! Here she is wearing her super cute macaron necklace.

National Gallery Singapore: zalora chain back teal top.

National Gallery Singapore: Kooling chilling in a chair.

National Gallery Singapore: architecture.

National Gallery Singapore: view from the roof.

National Gallery Singapore: pillars.

National Gallery Singapore: pillars.

National Gallery Singapore: walking on checkered floor.

National Gallery Singapore: animated gif of Kooling skipping along the checkered floor.

Wearing
Zalora top
Firmoo glasses
Aldo necklace
Uniqlo jogger pants
Steve Madden boots
Style x Warehouse tote bag

Outfit photos assisted by Kooling.

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