Local artist Lucinda Law displays botanical artwork at Verde Kitchen in Hilton Singapore

Lucinda Law, Verde Kitchen in Hilton Singapore, Avocado,

The Singaporean artist spruces up the luxury hotel’s restaurant with watercolour paintings of everyday ingredients

What do food and flora have in common? Lots in fact, and you don’t even have to think too hard to find the connection. Restaurants with farm-to-fork menus are all the rage, focusing on edible gardens and sustainable and seasonal produce.

To further propel itself as a destination for holistic dining, Verde Kitchen at Hilton Singapore has recently collaborated with local artist Lucinda Law to display her illustrations.

Law is most known for her watercolour paintings and her focus on botanicals. You’ll find artwork of comprising ferns, leaves and fruit flowering on her Instagram page.

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Time is now. Avocadoes ready to be framed. Finalising the remaining botanical illustrations this week for the opening of my “Edible Beauty” exhibition happening next Thursday at Verde Kitchen, @hilton.singapore . “Avocadoes” 36 x 46cm For sale. “Edible Beauty” exhibition runs from 4 April- 4 June 2018 Verde Kitchen @hilton.singapore Paper: @arches.art #archespaper Paint & brushes : @winsorandnewton prof. series. . *10% of the sales proceeds of the works go to the charity group Food from the Heart which reach out to the less-fortunate and brighten their lives by alleviating hunger through a food distribution programme and bringing joy through the distribution of toys and birthday celebrations. You can read more here at: https://foodheart.org #lucindalaw #ediblebeauty #withinartnature #artofnature #watercolors #watercolor #watercolour #watercolours #plants #sgworkshop #workshopsg #avocado #avocados #avocadolover #botanicalillustration #paint #watercolourpainting #botanicalpainting #art #nature #botanicalart #sgig #illustration #avanza #avanzaavocado #art_we_inspire #fruit #winsorandnewton #avocadosmagazine

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For this collaboration, pineapples, bananas, avocados, carrots and even the mushroom are called to model for the easel.

The paintings are displayed in the 32-seat restaurant from now until 4 June, and are available for purchase. A part of the profits will be given to Food from the Heart, an organisation that reaches out to the less-fortunate through food distribution programmes.

Law will also be conducting an Edible Beauty Botanical Art workshop ($158) on Saturday, 28 April from 2pm to 5pm. You’ll learn about illustrating, painting in watercolour, and try your hand at replicating her artwork featured in the restaurant. After the workshop, you’ll also be taken on a private tour of the hotel’s own Vertical Garden by executive chef Vijayakant Shanmugam. Refreshments will be provided.

Verde Kitchen
Level 2
Hilton Singapore
581 Orchard Road
Singapore 238883
Tel: +65 6730 3397