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'Nostalgia Piano' by Gao Ping (Unframed, Large)

HK$4,300.00

Unframed 100x100cm Artist: Gao Ping

Gao Ping is a traditionalist in a contemporary world.  She has avidly studied Chinese traditional painting and much of her inspiration is drawn from her knowledge of those techniques and the Masters of those times. She uses these techniques with expert precision to create inner conversations and the results are contemporary paintings heavy with emotion. An introvert who battles with the fast pace of the city, she uses painting as her means of escape and communication.  Much of her work seeks to bring still and calm, much of it is a journey to a less frenetic environment. Her abstract works take her away from daily noise and her ink studies are more reflective and nostalgic of her childhood and the scenes she sees around her in daily life. She is a well exhibited artist with international recognition and has been featured in “Half the Sky”, a book by Luise Guest, Manager of Research at the acclaimed White Rabbit Collection in Australia.

'Nostalgia Piano' by Gao Ping (Unframed)

HK$3,300.00

Unframed 60x60cm Artist: Gao Pingn

Gao Ping is a traditionalist in a contemporary world.  She has avidly studied Chinese traditional painting and much of her inspiration is drawn from her knowledge of those techniques and the Masters of those times. She uses these techniques with expert precision to create inner conversations and the results are contemporary paintings heavy with emotion. An introvert who battles with the fast pace of the city, she uses painting as her means of escape and communication.  Much of her work seeks to bring still and calm, much of it is a journey to a less frenetic environment. Her abstract works take her away from daily noise and her ink studies are more reflective and nostalgic of her childhood and the scenes she sees around her in daily life. She is a well exhibited artist with international recognition and has been featured in “Half the Sky”, a book by Luise Guest, Manager of Research at the acclaimed White Rabbit Collection in Australia.

‘Nostalgia Tea’ by Gao Ping (Unframed, Large)

HK$4,300.00

Unframed 100x100cm Artist: Gao Ping

Gao Ping is a traditionalist in a contemporary world.  She has avidly studied Chinese traditional painting and much of her inspiration is drawn from her knowledge of those techniques and the Masters of those times. She uses these techniques with expert precision to create inner conversations and the results are contemporary paintings heavy with emotion. An introvert who battles with the fast pace of the city, she uses painting as her means of escape and communication.  Much of her work seeks to bring still and calm, much of it is a journey to a less frenetic environment. Her abstract works take her away from daily noise and her ink studies are more reflective and nostalgic of her childhood and the scenes she sees around her in daily life. She is a well exhibited artist with international recognition and has been featured in “Half the Sky”, a book by Luise Guest, Manager of Research at the acclaimed White Rabbit Collection in Australia.

‘Nostalgia Tea’ by Gao Ping (Unframed)

HK$3,300.00

Unframed 60x60cm Artist: Gao Ping

Gao Ping is a traditionalist in a contemporary world.  She has avidly studied Chinese traditional painting and much of her inspiration is drawn from her knowledge of those techniques and the Masters of those times. She uses these techniques with expert precision to create inner conversations and the results are contemporary paintings heavy with emotion. An introvert who battles with the fast pace of the city, she uses painting as her means of escape and communication.  Much of her work seeks to bring still and calm, much of it is a journey to a less frenetic environment. Her abstract works take her away from daily noise and her ink studies are more reflective and nostalgic of her childhood and the scenes she sees around her in daily life. She is a well exhibited artist with international recognition and has been featured in “Half the Sky”, a book by Luise Guest, Manager of Research at the acclaimed White Rabbit Collection in Australia.

‘Essence D’ by Guan Yi (Unframed)

HK$3,250.00

Unframed 42x59.4cm Artist: Guan Yi

Guan Yi was born in the ’60s, and like many of the artists who grew up in that area he holds pure cultural ideals. In the ’80s, he was even something of an avant-garde artist himself. The logo of the 1989 China contemporary art exhibition — the “No U-Turn” sign — hangs behind his headboard. In 1993 Guan started running a business. But still, driven by his personal philosophy and rabid passion for art, he later returned to the art world. Before that, aside from in the company of business acquaintances or family members, Guan rarely mentioned his love of art. After returning to the art fold around 2000, Guan Yi has put no limitations on his art collection. In 2001 he established the “Guan Yi contemporary art museum,” with his collection being referred to by Westerners as “the best way to understand Chinese contemporary art.” In 2002, Guan collected his first installation work, Huang Yong Ping’s “World Factory” — a colossal 260 square meter rendering of the Chinese map made of metal bars. Between 2003-2005, Guan Yi collected a series of works by Huang that range from 1985-2005, 16 works in all. Soon, he had become Huang Yong Ping’s top collector.

‘Essence D’ by Guan Yi (Unframed, Large)

HK$4,300.00

Unframed 84x118.8cm Artist: Guan Yi

Guan Yi was born in the ’60s, and like many of the artists who grew up in that area he holds pure cultural ideals. In the ’80s, he was even something of an avant-garde artist himself. The logo of the 1989 China contemporary art exhibition — the “No U-Turn” sign — hangs behind his headboard. In 1993 Guan started running a business. But still, driven by his personal philosophy and rabid passion for art, he later returned to the art world. Before that, aside from in the company of business acquaintances or family members, Guan rarely mentioned his love of art. After returning to the art fold around 2000, Guan Yi has put no limitations on his art collection. In 2001 he established the “Guan Yi contemporary art museum,” with his collection being referred to by Westerners as “the best way to understand Chinese contemporary art.” In 2002, Guan collected his first installation work, Huang Yong Ping’s “World Factory” — a colossal 260 square meter rendering of the Chinese map made of metal bars. Between 2003-2005, Guan Yi collected a series of works by Huang that range from 1985-2005, 16 works in all. Soon, he had become Huang Yong Ping’s top collector.

'Wisdom G’ by Guan Yi (Framed, Large)

HK$6,600.00

Framed Artist: Guan Yi

Guan Yi was born in the ’60s, and like many of the artists who grew up in that area he holds pure cultural ideals. In the ’80s, he was even something of an avant-garde artist himself. The logo of the 1989 China contemporary art exhibition — the “No U-Turn” sign — hangs behind his headboard. In 1993 Guan started running a business. But still, driven by his personal philosophy and rabid passion for art, he later returned to the art world. Before that, aside from in the company of business acquaintances or family members, Guan rarely mentioned his love of art. After returning to the art fold around 2000, Guan Yi has put no limitations on his art collection. In 2001 he established the “Guan Yi contemporary art museum,” with his collection being referred to by Westerners as “the best way to understand Chinese contemporary art.” In 2002, Guan collected his first installation work, Huang Yong Ping’s “World Factory” — a colossal 260 square meter rendering of the Chinese map made of metal bars. Between 2003-2005, Guan Yi collected a series of works by Huang that range from 1985-2005, 16 works in all. Soon, he had become Huang Yong Ping’s top collector.

'Wisdom G’ by Guan Yi (Unframed)

HK$3,250.00

Unframed 59.4x42cm Artist: Guan Yi

Guan Yi was born in the ’60s, and like many of the artists who grew up in that area he holds pure cultural ideals. In the ’80s, he was even something of an avant-garde artist himself. The logo of the 1989 China contemporary art exhibition — the “No U-Turn” sign — hangs behind his headboard. In 1993 Guan started running a business. But still, driven by his personal philosophy and rabid passion for art, he later returned to the art world. Before that, aside from in the company of business acquaintances or family members, Guan rarely mentioned his love of art. After returning to the art fold around 2000, Guan Yi has put no limitations on his art collection. In 2001 he established the “Guan Yi contemporary art museum,” with his collection being referred to by Westerners as “the best way to understand Chinese contemporary art.” In 2002, Guan collected his first installation work, Huang Yong Ping’s “World Factory” — a colossal 260 square meter rendering of the Chinese map made of metal bars. Between 2003-2005, Guan Yi collected a series of works by Huang that range from 1985-2005, 16 works in all. Soon, he had become Huang Yong Ping’s top collector.

‘Sandpaper and Light 2’ by Tony Scott (Unframed, Large)

HK$5,330.00

Unframed 75x163.5cm Artist: Tony Scott

For over 14 years Australian artist Tony Scott has been traveling, working and exhibiting in China. His work is now informed and inspired by the architectural and cultural traces of his journey. His “New Health Plan Series and Fading Images Series” are an assemblage of concertina books and acupuncture charts found in Beijing.

1984 - Bachelor of Education: Arts and Crafts, University of Melbourne. Distinction in Painting, Graduate thesis:Three Indonesian Cultures 1974 - Higher Diploma of Education: Arts and Crafts, University of Melbourne, Major: Sculpture and Performance

‘Sandpaper and Light 2’ by Tony Scott (Unframed)

HK$3,450.00

Unframed 50x109cm Artist: Tony Scott

For over 14 years Australian artist Tony Scott has been traveling, working and exhibiting in China. His work is now informed and inspired by the architectural and cultural traces of his journey. His “New Health Plan Series and Fading Images Series” are an assemblage of concertina books and acupuncture charts found in Beijing.

1984 - Bachelor of Education: Arts and Crafts, University of Melbourne. Distinction in Painting, Graduate thesis:Three Indonesian Cultures 1974 - Higher Diploma of Education: Arts and Crafts, University of Melbourne, Major: Sculpture and Performance

'Journey to Xiamen 2' by Tony Scott (Unframed, Large)

HK$4,300.00

Unframed 100x100cm Artist: Tony Scott

For over 14 years Australian artist Tony Scott has been traveling, working and exhibiting in China. His work is now informed and inspired by the architectural and cultural traces of his journey. His “New Health Plan Series and Fading Images Series” are an assemblage of concertina books and acupuncture charts found in Beijing.

1984 - Bachelor of Education: Arts and Crafts, University of Melbourne. Distinction in Painting, Graduate thesis:Three Indonesian Cultures 1974 - Higher Diploma of Education: Arts and Crafts, University of Melbourne, Major: Sculpture and Performance

'Journey to Xiamen 2' by Tony Scott (Unframed)

HK$3,300.00

Unframed 60x60cm Artist: Tony Scott

For over 14 years Australian artist Tony Scott has been traveling, working and exhibiting in China. His work is now informed and inspired by the architectural and cultural traces of his journey. His “New Health Plan Series and Fading Images Series” are an assemblage of concertina books and acupuncture charts found in Beijing.

1984 - Bachelor of Education: Arts and Crafts, University of Melbourne. Distinction in Painting, Graduate thesis:Three Indonesian Cultures 1974 - Higher Diploma of Education: Arts and Crafts, University of Melbourne, Major: Sculpture and Performance

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