Artist: Ho Sau Wa, Sharon
Date: 25 January – 5 February 2021
Venue: New Asia College Ch'ien Mu Library
“Placid as the peaceful waters of a deep pool, buoyant as an unfastened boat. Find no cause for complacency in life, but cultivate emptiness and drift.” – 《Fu NiaoFu》
Busy makes people feel important. It feels good to be busy, and there is a connection to feeling accomplished or successful and wanting to share that with others. Everyone wants to be heard and appreciated. However, it might also enhance people deep down to confusing and tiring.
In a daze – is a comfortable way to help me to decide for myself and release my soul.
It does not mean that you need to escape the difficulties. It has merely made the necessity of solving an existing one. Try to let yourself have a relaxing moment to calm down. Maybe you will find another interesting aspect to deal with the problem.
“Human is an artist. The dream of your life is to make beautiful art.” – Don Miguel Ruiz
There is a question in my mind – What is art? For me, art is a communication to connect different race of people. Therefore, I create as I not only enthesis in art, but also, I want to express my feelings and perspective to different people through it.
My creative work includes my personality, which is quiet and dreamy. In my opinion, artworks can reflect the artist’s inner world and their thought. I believe that life is full of ups and downs. There are many solutions. In a daze – is a comfortable way to help me to decide myself and release my soul. In this exhibition, my inspiration is come from my trance moment, which is between the interesting space of reality and dream. I hope that everyone can understand me from another light.
Many of my artworks are using the media of Chinese ink painting. I noticed that even though ink is a dark and cannot be removed pigment, but it can create a soft space. With the changes of color, it can explore different effect. It is full of infinite possibilities, that suitable to use it as a media to express human feelings.
As a Fine Arts student, I understand that creating is not an easy work. It is through of difficulties in the process. No matter how hard it is, I wish I can show my wonderful artwork to everyone.
More photos are available in New Asia College Library Exhibitions LibGuides.