Clarissa is a Malaysian-Borneo born visual artist based in Singapore. She describes her art as a continuous process of self-reflection, drawing inspiration from her personal growth journey as a mother and as a self-taught artist. Her works often feature repetitive marks, motifs and bold clashing colours, radiating a sense of freedom and escapism. Clarissa paints, doodles and draws with a variety of mediums including acrylic, water & alcohol-based marker pens, ink and digital. Her works have been exhibited in Hearth Space, Gillman Barracks in 2021 as part of a group show organised by An Artists’ Market and at Streets of Hope organised by Singapore National Arts Council in 2020.