Acrylics & ink on canvas
Dimensions: 152.5cm (H) x 122cm (W) x 1.8cm (D) / 60" (H) x 48" (W) x 0.7" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
In Hypermorph Garden 4.0 Chapter 09: The ancient iron smelting site was found. It is at the Sungai Batu Archaeological Site – the oldest civilized monument in Southeast Asia, a 4mins driving distance from Jetty Semeling.
Hypermorph Garden 4.0 is a series of paintings featuring the flora, fauna and historical speculations of the mangrove forest at Jetty Semeling, Kedah State in Malaysia. The forest has splendid salt-tolerant trees. It provides a buffer zone to protect the land from wind and wave damage. Through this series of paintings, I hope to 1) Introduce the mangroves forest reserve in Sungai Petani. 2) Promote the clean & green nature, the historical sites and attractions nearby the location. 3) Reduce waste disposal to protect the nature and sites.
The series has 15 pieces of mixed media paintings, which the content on each canvas is interconnected to each other, to elaborate a comprehensive scene around the mangrove forest. Each canvas is W122 x H152.5cm. The 15 pieces make the interconnected width to become1,830cm.
Hypermorph Garden 4.0 Chapter 09 (2021) is signed on the front or back and includes my Certificate of Authenticity .
Art © 2019-2022 Fuen Chin. All Rights Reserved.
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Hometown: Sungai Petani, Kedah.
Based in: Sungai Petani, Kedah
Fuen Chin is an artist who grew up in Kedah state, Malaysia. Her art takes inspiration from horticulture which is a nostalgic reflection of her childhood. Both her late grandparents were Chinese from Southern China with backgrounds in Chinese herbs and medicine, running a small herbal shop. It was there where Fuen learnt the importance of Chinese herbs and the stories around them.
It is these stories and her visions about plants that provides an endless inspiration for the calligraphic floral paintings. Starting out as a self-taught artist, Chin eventually studied a Fine Art research degree at the Royal College of Art.
She has worked on an art installations, citing the following response from the panel of judges: ‘We very much enjoyed your proposal and presentation and thought there were a lot of interesting possibilities that may emerge from your works.’ She continues to work and develop her calligraphic paintings using Chinese ink within a more contemporary context.
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