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OPERA IN CONCORSO  Sezione Pittura

Grace Huang | Global Citrus
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Global Citrus
oil, linen
80cm x 115.5cm

Grace Huang

nato/a a: Guangzhou, China

residenza di lavoro/studio: Melbourne (AUSTRALIA)

iscritto/a dal 05 mag 2013

sito web: https://sites.google.com/site/…

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Descrizione Opera / Biografia

This painting expressed the scene in a fruits storage, the cadmium red box printed with Global Citrus, and along with two sitting bulldogs highlight the interest of this painting, they seem to be patience as guards, and further more on the back top corner the other dog pays attention on them. On the right side of painting, a graphic Micky mouse draws the attention of the observers and adds a sense of humour and tricky as it poses, with the dutiful dogs form the contradiction of contrast. The artist aims to create an interesting and mysterious scene that onlookers can get involved in with their imaginations.
Grace Huang is a Melbourne - based artist, she is the multiple award winner and has exhibited internationally, and has been added to collections from the globe. She was born in Guangzhou, China, where she studied at the Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts and graduated with a Bachelor degree in Fine Arts and Art Educations, two years later, she relocated to Australia in 1988. She spent full time in her professional artistic adventured and developing since 2003. From 2006 to 2008 and 2011, she has spent some time in China each year for researching the ancient Chinese painting and contemporary art.
Painting to her is a way for her to express her thoughts and emotions, her creative ideas come from the ordinary life that can be attracted to her with senses, she is interested in exploring the depth of meaning behind the scene. For some of her recent artworks, she was interested in focusing on the humane care and the issues being ignored by the social reality around, she has thought that in a way it’s exploring our world from a different point of view. She has expressed her paintings in the realistic style, but the creative theme which included the conceptual ideas, and the unique compositions were contemporary, she has been adventured and developing the new way for exploring the art today. She aims to deliver her creative ideas and hope to see the viewers get involved and inspired from their imaginations, she enjoy the creative process of transferring thoughts onto a painting and being able to transmit that to other people, and fascinating to see the viewers looking at the artworks and hearing their different points of view, that way keeps her very fulfilling.
She was a multiple awards winner when she has involved in the art competitions, she has won The Best Urban Landscape in Camberwell Art Show in Melbourne Australia 2012, and has received the High Commendations Award in The Fleurieu Food & Wine Art Prize 2011, Fleurieu Biennale in South Australia. She is a finalist in the Muswellbrook Art Prize 2013 in NSW, Austalia, and was the finalist in the 2012 Hawkesbury Art Prize in NSW, Australia, 2012 and 2008 the Redland Art Award in QLD, Australia, the Norvill Art Prize 2010 in NSW, Australia, John Leslie Art Prize 2004 in Victoria, Australia, and MacarthurCook Art Award 2004 in Melbourne, Australia. She has won many awards, which included the Victor Harbour Exhibition Open Section Award 2002 in South Australia and the Herald Sun Camberwell Art Award 2001 in Melbourne, Australia.
Her works and articles have been published in the Artist Magazines and books and media in Australia and overseas, which included she is the selected artist on the Arts Portal in Singapore in 2013, the paintings have published in the art books by The Musuem Of Guangzhou Acdemy Of Fine Arts, in China, in 2011, the award painting has been selected & published on the website & in the Catalogue of Fleurieu Art Prize 2011, in South Australia, two paintings have been selected for Crawford Production USA for use in the movie production “Blonde” in 1999, and the drawings have been selected for use in the catalogue covers of ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) in 1989, Art drawings have been selected for the book of The Best Art Drawings of Students at The Guangzhou Academy Of Fine Arts, in Guangzhou, China, in 1986.
Her artworks have held in the solos and contemporary art exhibitions through out Australia and overseas, which included the invitational exhibitions in The Musuem Of the Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts, in Guangzhou, China, in 2011, and The Guangdong Contemporary Oil Paintings Exhibition in the Garden Hotel, in Guangzhou, China, in 2006, and have exhibited in the “International Artexpo” in NYC, and “Palm Spring International Art Fair” in California in 2003, and have exhibited in Taiwan from 1996 to 1999.
Her artworks have been collected by corporate and private collections in Asia, Europe, Australia and The USA.
Site: https://sites.google.com/site/gracehuangart/
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