Drawing & Painting for Adult

Day & Time:

Wednesday | 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Saturday | 10.30 am to 12.30 pm

Sunday | 10:30 pm to 12:30 pm


MIA City Campus, No. 70, Jln. Ampang, 50450 KL.


Liew Kwai Fei

Available spaces:

10-12 persons


Beginner, Intermediate and Advance


Drawing and painting are both highly evocative terms and can conjure up a huge variety of styles relating to line, tone, contrast, layering, texture and colour. These qualities are often taught, but can equally be developed through an individual’s own art-making practice and experimentation. Painting and drawing are seemingly traditional genres, yet can be played with and challenged to develop an artist’s personal expression and unique responses.

In this class, the instructor will guide you step by step towards a lifelong art learning – from art appreciation, everyday observation and technical practice to a more in-depth self-exploration.


What will you learn?

In the Introductory Stage, you will learn:

  • Contour (line) drawing
  • Observation drawing
  • The 5 stages of drawing which include sketching, measurement, mass / form, light / shade and refining.
  • Perspective drawing
  • Colour theory
  • Basic technique in oil or acrylic painting

For Intermediate Stage, you will learn:

  • Elements of design
  • The principles of design
  • Genres in art – landscape, still life, portrait, history, genre (scenes of everyday life)
  • Movements and styles in art
  • Art appreciation

For Advanced Stage, you will learn:

  • Developing a unique visual language
  • Research on the subject matter
  • Critical thinking in art making
  • Self-reflection, self-exploration and self-rewarding


About the Instructor:

Liew Kwai Fei is a professional artist who has been practicing for more than 10 years. He received his Diploma in Fine Arts from Malaysian Institute of Art (MIA), where he majored in Ink Painting. He explores high and low culture alongside issues associated with the legacy of colonialism such as class, nationalism, and race through the language of painting. Spanning over a decade, his practice is contextually specific to the artistic and political landscapes of the time, both locally and globally. The idiosyncrasy and hybridity of Liew’s style are clearly manifested in his modular paintings and installation art. He has had seven solo exhibitions to date and has participated in numerous group exhibitions in Malaysia and Singapore. His work has also been collected by institutions such as the National Art Gallery, Kuala Lumpur and the Singapore Art Museum. He also actively participated in Artist Residencies programme in Australia, India, Malaysia and Pakistan.


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