Mar 23
~
Mar 30

Cloud 9 – mySERENA exhibition

10:00am – 7:00pm
Free

This is a solo-exhibition by Hong Kong artist mySerena. An emerging artist from Hong Kong, mySerena rediscovered her passion for art during her many travels to Japan, which is also why she chose to exhibit the first show of her world tour in Tokyo. Her most recent solo art exhibition in 2018, titled ‘Be in Clovers’ at the cultural landmark of Hong Kong City Hall, attracted an international audience, as she is the youngest female artist in the city’s art history to have shown there.

Never shying away from masses of color, form and texture to communicate a sense of ‘flow’ in her work, she incorporates ideas from her multidisciplinary studies alongside the techniques she learned during her inspirational travels to Japan. She uses metaphorical images created with acrylic, pastel, ink, goldleaf, employing both Western and Asian painting techniques. Her paintings feature abstract landscapes with colorful yet meticulous details that absorb the viewer into her world.

There will be an opening reception on Tuesday, March 24th at the gallery from 6pm to 8pm.

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