View In Room
View In Room
Chinese ink, acrylic on sugar paper
Edition of 2
Dimensions: 78.8cm(H) x 54.1cm(W) / 31.0"(H) x 21.3"(W)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
I am spending my time in Malaysia this summer. In this tropic area of the northern part, I wore a big straw hat; under the sun; almost got myself grilled in the heat; still playing with the Chinese ink and further tested the balance with other mineral-surface media, such as bronze, gold acrylic. In this painting, I elaborated the golden hour of spring, full of blossoms, fertilities, refreshing and energetic through twiddling the brushes and dominating the black fluids by bronze dips. I chose to paint on this sugar paper because I believe in this representational ecru colour a fundamental, natural, crude and warm base to bring up the motionless, seasonless, tropical scene to continue glowing in domestic context.
This painting is signed on the front and includes my Certificate of Authenticity.
The sugar paper is 59cm x 84cm and the painting is 54.1cm x 78.8 cm.
Art © 2019-2022 Fuen Chin. All Rights Reserved.
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ONGOING SOLO EXHIBITION : Calligraphic Floral Paintings by Fuen Chin
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“Storytelling through writing, drawing, painting, marking, singing, dancing, playing with the calligraphic brush strokes.”
Fuen Chin is a self-taught artist who eventually pursued a fine art research degree at the Royal College of Art in her late 30s. She started her career in fashion institutions, where she made drawings of people’s wardrobes, which ended up being an explorative journey for her. From there, Fuen Chin became fascinated with different fine art mediums.
Her works paint her journey from the microscopic to the macroscopic views. She expresses various wonderful moments in her vision through the movements of her arms, telling stories that retain strong narratives and emotional elements. Some of her paintings are experimental, defining discrepancies between narratives, vibe, and vision to develop her unique methodology.
Fuen has participated in numerous group exhibitions in London and is currently joining an ongoing public showcase at Vintners Place, London, until 2 May 2020. Her mixed media painting: Hypermorph Garden is shortlisted for the Octopus Energy Art Prize 2019/20, where her work will be displayed on billboards across the UK to tackle climate change as a partnership with a renewable energy company: Octopus Energy.
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