ABSTRACT TULIPS AT THE ZHUANG HONG YI SHOW
Holland based artist, Zhuang Hong Yi merges his Chinese heritage with Western Impressionism to create larger than life sculptural art which is very easy for the viewer to get lost in, in his latest London exhibition at the HOFA Gallery.
His current show is influenced by the traditional Chinese symbol of a flower, but rather than using the typical rose lotus, this collection is made up of teeny hand made abstract tulips, alongside lashings of thickly smeared paint, which is the perfect combination of his background and Western influence, which he uses to create contemporary, relevant pop art.
Entitled ‘Radiance’, the huge three dimensional pieces make you want to reach out and touch them, whilst the fading colour palettes add metamorphosis and depth.
Depending on the angle and time of day, each piece of art brings a new dimension and evolution, and as your eyes are drawn into the images, it morphs into something different yet again.
With smaller pieces, and some of significant head sculptures also on display, this is an exhibition you simply cannot miss.
Catch the show at the new HOFA Gallery Mayfair, 58 Maddox Street (corner with New Bond Street) from 26th March until the 8th April.
For more information on the gallery click here