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Ink prints 

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The multiculturalism in our city as the central concept of this art piece, Dawn thought expressionism would be the best to transcript her feeling towards the urban city life,

 

In this painting, bright colours represent the Leon lights all over the place. People with heavy shoulders walking on the street. The tiredness of strings holding our footsteps, and slowly we feel lost, we starting wondering about the meaning of life in this chaos bizarre metropolitan.​

The contrast of the color palette represents the diaspora and polarization of the society which the chaotic nature of the human-like strings vividly depicts the entanglement of struggling among the metropolitan.

The City

Ink print on paper

594 cm x 841 cm

Dawn Chan, 2019

The painting describes a Musical orchestra scene that shows an energetic body in chaos fast-moving environment. The background is blended with multiple colours into our illusion. The human figures are formed and shaped as fighting within our compacted media world. 

Dancing

Ink print on paper

594 cm x 841 cm

Dawn Chan, 2019

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The abstract human figure describes a night sleeping body form, but the vibrant minds are never stopped. Meanwhile, the energy of the soul is burning. Sometimes, at night, I always think about playing with a puzzle of life, fixing everything, and putting the thing together into one piece. However, does it necessary that we have to put everything into order? What is the definition of perfection?  Maybe the missing part can create beauty and surprise in our life. But it is fun that we are constantly searching for the missed pieces, and that process brings the meaning of life.

Thinking in the night

Ink print on paper

594 cm x 841 cm

Dawn Chan, 2019

'The Body ' Collection 1-5

Human body is the most beautiful creation in the world.Through out times, many artists had been praising human bodies. Since ancient times, painters and sculptors have portrayed the most important people in their societies: kings and queens, heroes, deities, foreigners, saints, artists, the common people, and more. 

 

Different colours and shapes are presentation of individualistic. We admire the body change from time to time, also we are learning how to accept those changes emotionally,  Do we need to be afraid of this changes, such as ageing?

I love my body and I accept it from deep in my heart. Our body is our temple and our tool. I created this collection to appreciate it, respect it. Also honest about it.

 

Media : Ink Print paper Size A2

2019 September Slade of fine art