Childhood Time
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Childhood Time

Price
£360
Prints medium: Mixed-media

Frame: Wood Frame

Edition of 25 (3 available)

Gallery: Eye Contemporary Art Gallery

Ships from: Italy

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Description

About the artwork
Childhood Time is an archival print hand-finished with acrylic on Hahnemühle paper. Still remember those toys? Childhood Time is good time deep inside our heart that we will never forget. Suzanne draws with a pleasant sense of subtle nostalgia, with works that have motifs about childhood, memories, landscape and impressions allowing the viewers to connect themselves to her works through boundless imaginations with a delightful serenity.This work comes with a complimentary white frame.

Specification

Medium Mixed-media
Support Paper
Framed? Yes
Frame Type Wood Frame
Subjects Human Figure,
Style Figurative
Original or Edition? Edition of 25
Certificate of Authenticity No
Artwork Dimensions: 40 X 30 X 3 X cm

About Suzanne Chim

Chim Wing-san, Suzanne graduated from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts with BA (Hons) Degree of Fine Art in theatre technical arts. Suzanne further studied in the United Kingdom and graduated with a MFA from the Cambridge School of Art, Anglia Ruskin University with major in children’s book illustration.
Suzanne draws with a pleasant sense of subtle nostalgia, with works that have motifs about childhood, memories and impressions. Sometimes she draws with extremely delicate fine lines but with a childlike simplicity – a girl playing with small toys , or portraits and landscape works drawn with mono-tone fine lines using ballpen or charcoal pen. Some of her still life works show how she masters her drawing skills – just a few simple lines will outline and capture the essence of the subject, she aptly and tactfully demonstrates what is meant by “less is more” in her drawings, allowing the viewers to connect themselves to her works through boundless imaginations with a delightful tranquility. Suzanne currently lives and works in Hong Kong.