Closed No.33
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Closed No.33

Price
£1,450
Painting medium: Watercolour paint

Unframed

Original

Gallery: Utterly Art

Ships from: Singapore

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Description

About the artwork
Award-winning watercolourist Lok Kerk Hwang has gained his reputation for paintings such as Closed No.33, which highlight forgotten mundane objects that primarily feature textures of rust. The Closed series features elements of locking, which enable doors, windows and mechanisms to be kept shut. Likely deriving from the same subject as in Closed No.32, a chain links two metal handles and is kept tight in a loop by a metal lock in shadow. Sunlight illuminates the rusting ensemble, which has probably not been disturbed in some time.

Specification

Medium Watercolour paint
Support Paper
Framed? No
Subjects Science & Technology,
Style Realist
Original or Edition? Original
Certificate of Authenticity Yes
Artwork Dimensions: 56 X 38 X 0.1 X cm

About Lok Kerk Hwang

LOK KERK HWANG, born in 1973, Malaysia, is an internationally-renowned award-winning watercolour artist. He is the Ambassador of Mijello Mission Watercolour from Korea, and Signature Member of The American Watercolor Society (AWS) and The Allied Artists of America, Inc. (AAA). He is also a member of the Malaysian Watercolour Society, and Singapore Watercolour Society.

Kerk Hwang actively participates in international juried exhibitions and Art Expos, and has won over 30 awards in several prestigious competitions worldwide. He is a regular Invitation Artist to many prestigious international exhibitions, and was recently awarded Signature Membership of the American Watercolour Society.

Kerk Hwang's painting was on the cover of leading European Watercolour Magazine “The Art of Watercolour” 16th Issue September 2014 with a 6-page article, and also appeared in a 4-page Feature Article on 26 Issue, March 2017. He is included in the Russian/English bilingual book “24 Masters of Watercolor: From East to West” published in 2015.
Kerk Hwang’s works are in the collections of corporations, governments, schools and many private individuals around the world.