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  • Sean Bay 1:09 am on September 8, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Denise Phua   

    Ms Denise Phua 

    Here is a painting of Ms Denise Phua, the Supervisor of Pathlight School. I found that she is in the same Constituency as our Transport Minister, Mr Lui Tuck Yew.

    I would like to thank her for my performance on National Day Celebrations and Observance Ceremony in school (: My vice-principal, Ms Loy is very proud of my paintings, especially the one that I did of ex-intern, Miss Shermine Kwok and myself based on the Very Special Walk photograph.

    Ms Phua is the mother of my friend, Tay Jun-Yi, and I like her very much because she is very nice, charming and beautiful. I always talk to her on Facebook and shake hands with her whenever I see her in school.

  • Sean Bay 12:51 am on September 8, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Exhibitions, , Trains   

    I’m Back!!! 

    Hi People:

    It’s been a long while since I posted.

    I’ve had two school vacations and I have been to Cameron Highlands. I have been going around on MRT rides quite a lot and I am trying to improve my piano skills.

    I’m currently learning to play Bad Romance and You Raise Me Up. I have been quite good with Stand Up For Singapore and my music teacher thinks my mum should video me playing it.

    My piano needs tuning badly and my mum has been putting it off.

    Me at the Artgrain art exhibition in May 2012

    • NicholasLiYangAaron 11:11 pm on April 5, 2013 Permalink | Reply

      nice drawing sean bay yuan han

    • Phyllis Nyew 11:37 pm on August 10, 2013 Permalink | Reply

      eww…. worst drawing ever

    • xyz 7:33 pm on June 27, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      I don’t know why you have the cheek to post negative comments on other people’s page and insult them when you aren’t perfect yourself. Just because you’re autistic doesn’t make it ok for you to insult others on social media. Please get a life.

  • Sean Bay 11:07 am on April 1, 2012 Permalink | Reply

    A Drawing of My Mum's Childhood 

    This is one of family’s favourite pictures: my mother at age 7 (left) and my aunt at age 6 being carried by my beaming maternal grandfather in the 1970s.

    The setting is an old shophouse in Bukt Timah which had been the home of my grandfather and his 12 siblings since the 1930s.

    My late great-grandfather made and sold candles for religious ceremonies. He used to paint dragons with big eyes winding down large red candles.

    They looked very majestic, my mother said.

    I will write more about this in another post.

  • Sean Bay 10:42 am on April 1, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Mr K Shanmugam, Mr SR Nathan, President Tony Tan Keng Yam   

    New Portraits 

    I like to paint portraits. My teachers say I have strong lines when I draw.

    These portraits are of famous people in Singapore – Mr SR Nathan the former president, Dr Tony Tan Keng Yam the current president and Mr K. Shanmugam the Law Minister.

    I based them on similar-looking portraits in the media. I did this under the guidance of Mr Ng Geok Seng in my Art Development Programme at Pathight School.














  • Sean Bay 11:57 am on March 18, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Digital Art   

    Digital Art pieces 

    I have been taking Digital Art classes at school since February. The teacher is Mr Victor Ong.

    In like Digital Art classes because it is very easy and efficient compared with sketching and painting.

    I am learning Adobe Photoshop.

    Here are a couple of pieces I’ve done- with a stretch of the imagination. Enjoy!


  • Sean Bay 12:10 am on February 19, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Harry Potter, Movies   

    Crazy About Harry Potter 

    Since I was a child, I have often worn spectacles that make me look a bit like Harry Potter.

    I prefer to watch Harry Potter movies rather than read the books by JK Rowling.

    The acrylic painting Harry on paper – which I showed my teacher Ms Dorothy Tan – reminds me of a movie poster.

    I am planning on framing it up.

  • Sean Bay 12:02 am on February 19, 2012 Permalink | Reply  

    My First Ever Digital Art Work 

    Hi people:


    I just started my Digital Art class at Pathlight School this week. I am very proud that Mr Victor Ong chose me to learn Digital Art.

    I am using Adobe PhotoShop on a PC. This week I learnt how to source for pictures to use in my digital art. I learnt how to create a picture like a landscape.

    I took a two-hour class to do this. A few classmates and I worked on pieces featuring trains… I like this train because it reminds me of the old KTM Railway between Singapore and Malaysia and which closed last July. The building is inspired by the old Tanjong Pagar Railway Station. I put in the plane, a Boeing 747, because it is the plane I took once when going to New York when I was in Primary Six. There are three sheep grazing away because they are very cute.

    I hope you all like this artwork!

    My train inspired by the old KTM Railway



  • Sean Bay 1:43 am on February 4, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Charcoal,   

    Charcoal Drawing of A Hand 

    I used the charcoal pencils – a Christmas gift from my Aunty Clara and my Uncle Joh Hon – to create this.

    I like it very much, as did my art teacher at artgrain. I enjoyed drawing shadows and doing light and dark shading.

    I spent a few weeks working on this.

    My teacher likes the lines and told my mother she would recognise my strokes anywhere, even 10 years from now.



  • Sean Bay 7:29 pm on January 24, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , plum blossoms   

    Celebrating Chinese New Year 

    This year’s Chinese New Year is awesome because we took a lot of photos of ourselves in our new clothes at the new verandah we just built.

    We have a lime tree, pussy willows, red plum blossoms around and lots of Mandarin oranges in a tray on a marble table that my late paternal grandparents bought in the 1980s.

    We also have four pots of periwinkle next to the verandah. My sister Kristin loves the periwinkles. They are full of pink, purple and white flowers.

    I am dressed in shirt with a Mandarin collar. Kristin is in a nonya dress. My mum is in a pink and black outfit. My father is wearing a pink striped shirt. Aunty Flora is wearing a purple dress. My maternal grandfather dropped in as a surprise (he was on the way home to Tampines from Mandai). Kristin held her painting of a dragon which has has been decorating the wall next to the front door. My grandfather was born in 1940, the year of the Metal Dragon. He is 72 years old this year.

    I like the verandah very much. It is a good place for me to study, read, draw, sketch like I did this morning. We also had our reunion dinner there. We took pictures there too. Hayley the golden retriever, Kristin’s pet dog, also likes to rest there.

    I did a charcoal pencil art piece of my aunt Chin Xing this morning on the verandah. She is my dad’s youngest cousin and she is working in Newcastle.


    Happy CNY to you, Xing, if you are reading this. I hope you will come back very soon.

    龙马精神,年年进步:May you be blessed with the energy and spirit of the horse and dragon for a more fruitful year

    Kristin having fun pretending to be Princess Leia with oranges

    This is us on the new verandah


  • Sean Bay 12:38 am on January 9, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: circle line, methodist girls school, pocket money, star spangled banner, toy train sets   

    My Sister Starts Primary One 

    On 3 Jan, school began for my younger sister and me.

    My sister, Kristin, is in Primary One at Methodist Girls’ School. She is very excited to go to school and collect pocket money (and save some) from my parents.

    She wants to save money to buy toys like Hello Kitty make-up sets. I would prefer toy train sets of the Circle Line as it is a very new line but these train sets don’t exist. Maybe Mr Tan, the new CEO of SMRT, will consider making them to sell to people who love trains, like me.

    Here is a photo of her and her buddy at school. Next to it is my painting of her… I did it around 2am on Saturday morning. I love my sister very much. She enjoys hearing me play pieces like Angry Birds theme songStand Up For SingaporeStar-Spangled Banner.


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