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“Preserved” Solo painting exhibition by Anita Yan Wong
March 3 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm PST
Canessa Gallery presents “Preserved”, a solo painting exhibition by artist and thinker Anita Yan Wong. March 3rd through March 30th
Prof. Anita Yan Wong, International Artist, Educator and Thinker
A Specialist in Modern traditional Chinese art and French Impressionism, is a long time pupil of 辛鵬九– a World-renowned Lingnan style master (嶺南畫派) and first pupils of Chao Shao An. Anita is the 4th generations of Lingnan leading painter, mastering both traditional and modern, western and eastern Arts.
Her painting style is traditional ‘xie yi’ (寫意), her brush strokes are expressive yet delicate and precise. Her paintings are a display of her identity –and International artist that lived in Beijing, Hong Kong, London, and the United States.
Her Art was featured in N.Y. Arts Magazine; the cover story of Artdependence Magazine; and Design Within Reach in which it received the 1st place Design Philadelphia Wall Art award. Her works are archived at the Asian American Art Archive (AAAC) in New York City. The Yale University China Hands Magazine has described Anita’s paintings as a “Traditional art form that questions the Modern Mind.”
Anita’s current works have been dealing with preservation of nature and the ancient form that honors is — ‘Guo hua’; patterns in nature and the roles of traditional Art forms in the digital art age. In “Preserved”, Anita has preserved strange finds from nature under glass with backgrounds of ‘Guo hua’ –both fragile but beautiful. They are given a second life and are frozen in time with new meanings under glass, they tell stories of their existence and lives.
Learn more about Anita’s work here.
Opening reception to be held March 3rd from 6:30 to 9:00 pm.
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