Singapore Brushstrokes

Singapore Brushstrokes
Artist: 
Roy Lichtenstein
Patron: 
Pontiac Marina
entry: 

An urban plaza. Lichtenstein started doing these monumental brushstroke sculptures in the mid-1980s. Similar assemblies of the large works can be found in Paris, Tokyo, Barcelona and Portland Oregon. According to blogger Notabilia, the work was fabricated in Bristol, Rhode Island.

The work underwent maintenance in April 2010, and was covered with scaffolding for two or three months. See Flickr pix.

Pix from Flickr: 
First Placed in Singapore: 
1997
Current Location: 
between Millenia Walk and Centennial Tower

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It does look like brushstrokes.However they are not really spectacular.Just like how Singapore started off at first.After many strokes,Singapore will become a vibrant city.Like how it is currently.