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Audrey Ng


​Art Peace was founded in April, 2017 by Audrey Ng. She hopes that people who come to Art Peace can find their inner peace through art and rediscover their love and talent for art 

  • Art of Heart
  • Art of Heart

Audrey Ng, Founder of Art Peace

Diploma in Basic Pastel-Nagomi Art & Associated Instructive Art Course

Diploma in Basic Pastel-Nagomi Art & Advanced Instructive Art Course

Certification of Completion - Heart of Mandala

Certification Meister (R-00009) from Flower of Crystal Art Academy (Japan)

Certification of Angel Blessing Course

Audrey Ng's journey with Pastel Nagomi Art (PNA) is an incredible testament to the power of passion and dedication. As a stay-at-home mom in January 2016, she sought to find fulfillment and purpose at home, and her life took a transformative turn when she discovered Pastel Nagomi Art through a close friend.

Within just three months of immersing herself in PNA, Audrey honed her skills and became a master of the art form. Eager to share the beauty and therapeutic benefits of PNA with others, she embarked on a journey of conducting numerous home and corporate workshops. Her workshops became a source of joy, inspiration, and creativity for participants, creating a positive impact on their lives.

Recognizing the potential of PNA to touch even more lives, Audrey's dedication led her to pursue certification as an Advanced trainer. Equipped with this qualification, she began training more instructors, spreading the goodness of PNA to a wider audience. Her efforts went beyond empowering housewives, as she also extended support to individuals in need of a career switch, showcasing the versatility of PNA as a hobby or potential job opportunity.

Audrey's commitment to giving back to the community is evident through her involvement with volunteers teaching PNA at various institutions, including orphanages, senior care centers, and even within the walls of a prison. Her belief in the transformative power of art has enabled her to create positive experiences for those who might be facing challenging circumstances.


As her journey progressed, Audrey expanded her reach to encompass young children and working adults. She recognized the potential of PNA to act as a therapeutic tool for individuals coping with study and work-related stress. Through her workshops, she provided a creative outlet for people to find solace and relaxation amidst their busy lives.

Additionally, Audrey envisioned PNA as a means for elderly individuals to discover their hidden art talents, allowing them to embrace their creative side and pass their retirement gracefully. PNA became a medium through which individuals of all ages could experience the joy of self-expression and discover new aspects of their artistic abilities.

In conclusion, Audrey Ng's dedication and passion for Pastel Nagomi Art have led to a profound impact on individuals from various walks of life. Her journey with PNA exemplifies the transformative power of art in bringing joy, inspiration, and a sense of fulfillment to people of all ages and circumstances.

Her Black & White Series

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