Join us on Friday, March 3rd, 2017 from 6-9pm when Tranter-Sinni Gallery presents their new exhibit Asian Inspirations with works by Canal Cheong-Jagerroos, Joyce Fukunaga, Wai Hong, and Peng Qi. The gallery's Asian Inspirations exhibition will bring to light some emerging as established Asian artists that will be hitting the art scene at Tranter-Sinni Gallery this year.
|Canal Cheong Jagerroos, Eternal Love, 2016|
Mixed media on canvas 180 x 180 cm
The styles of each artist are very unique with each having their own technique but all mixing the modern and traditions of their culture. Asian Inspirations will present sisters Canal Cheong-Jagerroos and Joyce Fukunaga, Wai Hong, and Peng Qi. Each four of these artists have demonstrated impressive exhibition history across Europe and Asia but are only just now becoming known in the United States.
|HONG Wai, Secret de Boudoir series, Tight, 2015|
Ink and color on silver Xuan paper work mounted on silk, 55 x 90 cm
Representing all one country, China, although most of the artists have left their hometowns and developed their techniques and concepts through their travels throughout the world. This is apparent in each style of paintings. Works range from acrylic on canvas to Chinese pigments on rice paper. Some have more contemporary influences, while others have influences deep rooted in ancient Chinese culture. These four artists come together under one roof to showcase their unique talents while still working harmoniously together. This is not one you will want to miss. Exhibit will be on view from March 3rd through April 14th, 2017.
|Canal Cheong Jagerroos, Flow, 2016|
Mixed media on canvas, 255x190 cm (12 piece set)