Leow Wei Li is a painter living and working in Singapore. With a keen interest in materials, Wei Li creates paintings made of ingredients from her daily experiences. Her works are results of her on-going process of exploration and inquiry to what painting is. 


Wei Li graduated with a Ba(First Class Hons) in Fine Arts from Lasalle College of the Arts in 2016. Since then she has participated in several group exhibitions, received the tcc-LASALLE Artist-Curator Alumni Award and won the Young Talent Programme Winners' Solo Exhibition 2016/17. Wei Li has also painted several murals for cafes and community places in Singapore. Her lastest series of paintings "Homemade" (2020) is currently exhibited at SPRMRKT. 



Bachelor First Class Honors in Fine Arts, LASALLE College of the Arts, 2016

Homemade, SPRMRKT, 2020


entering out, exiting in,

Young Talent Programme Winner's Solo Exhibition, ION ART Gallery Singapore, 2017


9th Resident Artist at Art Space Geumcheon, Seoul, South Korea, 2018

Namwon Sound Artist Residency, Namwon, South Korea, 2017



Young Talent Programme Winners' Solo, 2017

tcc-LASALLE Artist Curator Alumni Award, 2016

LASALLE Award for Academic Excellence in Fine Arts Diploma, 2014

Outdoor Art Gallery, Muscat Street, Singapore, 2019

Ah! Already?, 9th Resident Artist at Art Space Geumcheon, Seoul, South Korea, 2018

READ! Festival, National Library of Singapore, 2018

a dash, a stain, a meeting, NUSSU Gallery, Singapore, 2018

River Stories at the Mountbatten, The Mountbatten, Singapore, 2018

Departure 3, ipreciation Gallery, Singapore, 2018

it's been awhile, One East Asia Gallery, Singapore, 2018

ARTWALK Little India Festival, Singapore, 2018

OPEN STUDIO: Namwon Sound Artist Residency, KBS Centre, South Korea, 2017


Happy Street Artist (Arts @ Macpherson), Block 114 Aljunied Avenue 2

Tembusu Hall, Kampong Siglap Community Centre, 10 La Salle Street 

Wanderlust Hotel, 2 Dickson Road

HUSTLE Co. Cafe, 52 Craig Road

Lunar Coffee Brewers, OUE Downtown Gallery 2

Botanist Cafe, 74 Neil Road

Nesuto Cafe, 53 Trast Street