4 – 26 Feb | 9:30am – 5pm
The red poppy is an enduring symbol of remembrance of the fallen who sacrificed their lives in military conflict. We invite you to reflect on the courage and resilience of those who interned in Changi Gaol during the Japanese Occupation in Singapore. As you learn about their stories, admire the larger-than-life poppies art installation decorated around Changi Chapel & Museum. The art installation is created by local artist, Pei Li, whose intricate and life-like paper flowers have adorned many spots around Singapore.
About The Artist
Pei-Per Flower is a renowned, local artist that customises a wide range of "Pei-Per" related products, specifically giant flowers, flower bouquets and plants.
Pei Li is a self-taught paper artist who grew up in an environment where creativity was an everyday affair. Her handcrafted art focuses on bigger than life objects for weddings, commercials, displays and installations. She is inspired to create her art pieces from everyday recycled items such as kitchen towel rolls, egg cartons, plastic milk bottles and carton boxes.