Contributors / February 2009 (Issue 6)

Joey Li
ImageJoey Hang-Ming Li, a student at the University of Hong Kong, enjoys water color painting and Chinese painting, following the Lin Nan School. Compared to other styles of Chinese painting, the Lin Nan School puts more emphasis on atmospheric portrayal and emotional expression by using ink wash. Professor Zhao Shao An, regarded as a master of the Lin Nan School, has praised the style for its ability to convey verisimilitude and expresses the beauty of ink. Li’s specialty is the use of water-soluble pigments on rice paper. She has shown her works twice at exhibitions in the Hong Kong Central Library, the most recent of which, Traces of Muse, was held in late May, 2008. [View]

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