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Rhythm of Flower & Bird

by Sophie Cullen on Jul 9, 2015 in Lifestyle
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Joy of Fishes

Joy of Fishes

The ink paintings of Yang Xihong will be shown in the exhibition Rhthym of Flower & Bird at Wan Fung Gallery, Hong Kong, through July

This first solo exhibition for the emerging Chinese artist showcases her latest works that largely feature flowers and birds. Using the traditional medium of Chinese ink, Yang paints freehand, often within a circular frame, using simple brushstrokes to capture her images.

Embrace the Nature

Embrace the Nature

In all of her works, Yang includes a meaningful Chinese saying or proverb to echo the aesthetic of her painting. While influenced by the Chinese artists she learned about while studying at the Chinese National Academy of the Arts, her work contains a more modern look which reflects her positivity and love for nature.

Words in Ink

Words in Ink

Details

Venue: Wan Fung Art Gallery, 3/F, New Lee Wah Centre, 88 To Kwa Wan Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Date: until 23 July, 2015

Opening hours: Monday – Saturday, 10 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.

For more information, visit www.wanfung.com.hk

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