Our Gallery is delighted to present the exhibition “INTERTWINED”. The two Hong Kong women artists who invited for collaborating this exhibition came from two different generations and specialised in two different art techniques. Their arts intertwined with Eastern and Western’s techniques and presented by the perspectives of the female.
Jennifer Chow is a Y generation artist who specialises in acrylic and oil paintings. She created a collection of “Sad Cherry” interprets a girls’ sensation from the first party perspective. The artist reflects her internal image into her paintings and confides the dreams and desires through the character of Cherry.
Mitchell Seeyu devoted herself to Chinese ink paintings after retirement. She showcases her recent works in this exhibition which depicting the scenes of Hong Kong where she brought up. She tells a story about the land through her artworks from a third party’s viewpoint.