Bevelyn is primarily a painter, but is also interested in other mediums and materials such as fibre, which she is currently researching for her art practice. She is a meticulous person and pays great attention to details in her works. Having painted for two years, she is stepping out of her comfort zone and exploring textile-based work, focusing on the themes of passing time, domestication and physical labour. Mainly using crochet, she aims to break it out of its boundaries of being a craft material and push its limits to be seen as fine art. Bevelyn is currently in her final year in the BA(HONS) programme at LASALLE College of the Arts, Singapore. Bukit Batok Quarry, 2020 aims to bring the idea of outdoor nature and integrate it with the indoor domestic setting of a home through crafting methods. Reminiscent of the days of lockdown where people were confined to safe indoor spaces and physical interactions and activities outside were restricted, the artist wants to incorporate elements of nature with the everyday household objects that people use so as to maintain a sort of relationship and connection between the two.