The space in this gallery is compact and warmly lit. The walls are hung with oil paintings depicting Malay figures. A few are ... More
Gallery at Star Hill (The)
The space in this gallery is compact and warmly lit. The walls are hung with oil paintings depicting Malay figures. A few are reminiscent of the style of some early painters, where the dimensions of the figures are exaggerated. Paintings of Malay (or Kampung) villages and fishing villages, still life of pottery, flowers and fruit, hang above cast bronze figures and stoneware.
Gallery at Star Hill was a beautiful place if you are a tourist because you can see all the signature bags, perfume, clothes etc. and all the items sold there are really authentic. The place is too expensive even the restaurants there the food is not that delicious but still expensive.
It was just Beautiful!! I loved it!!
the toilets only got cleaned twice a day though and thats gross!
but it was really lovely i really loved it!!
the peaple really try their hardest to make it the best and yeah it was a bit expencive but it was lovely! but i wouldnt stay their again so sorry!!
i guess that is why one pays too much because it is a gallery. i have been visiting in your country for 2 weeks now. been mostly in kl checking out arts. but guess what i found. the best collection and best pricing plus the people are know their stuff is found at a small, no frills frame shop in petaling jaya. if i am not mistaken, they are the biggest show unit in town of malaysian arts. they are not a big gallery but certainly a treasure trove. look for clifford. he'll certainly help you by taking you around the place. another good place is am corp mall. the selection of antiques on sundays is amazing. not a place to look for paintings but you;d find good malaysian art pieces from olden days of glory. look for eric and patma. they have some good stuff. also visit the national art gallery. they are not there yet but certainly are trying very hard. good job malaysia.
theres nothing to dislike about the bukit bintang gallery. its everything you expect it to be - class. what is so frustrating though is that you cant afford to buy anything too. because theyre expensive. all i did was just feast my eyes on all things beautiful and genuine
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