Author Archives: Ava Yeung
A silver ring with a shape of hand for my mother. It is a resemblance of holding my mother’s finger. I remember when I was a child, my hand is too small to hold my mother’s hand. I held her
Collage of found images on acrylic painting. The painting is inspired by the prose of a Chinese writing Zhu Ziqing, which wrote about the writer watching the back of his father when the writer was on the train departing to somewhere.
I designed this space where the living area is on the utmost level of being hidden from the whole environment. Much of the plain area is of the use as balcony while the living area is submerge below in a
This group of works express my feeling and experience during the process of design. When making this group of works, I referred to the calligraphy style of ,which emphasizes the arrangement of space and changes its stability, in order to
Chinese ink was used in this drawing of a body. Human body was traditionally a more western subject. By using Chinese ink with western drawing technique, I think this combination is an analogue of a Chinese set of mind plus
Logo for Academy of Visual Arts This design reflected the nature of the Academy of Visual Arts. It is like a wave or more likely a whirlpool while the dots are the signifiers of students potential and creativity in different
Color ink on Xuan paper 50 x 140 cm 2011 Gongbi painting – A realistic approach of Chinese painting which use detailed brush stroke. In this painting, detail part such as the drapery was depicted.
A pretty simple water color painting of a little white flower. It’s one of my favour flowers which was quite commonly seen in parks in the past. But now it becomes more rare. Even though many
“The girl looking that side wondering what will be happening ahead of her life. At the same time wondering and longing she will be part of the would-be-happening” This is the literal translation of the poetry along side of the