Zhuang Hong Yi

18-IX-041
Zhuang Hong Yi

18-IX-041

mixed media on rice

40 x 48 in

18-IX-042
Zhuang Hong Yi

18-IX-042

mixed media on rice

40 x 48 in

18-V-007
Zhuang Hong Yi

18-V-007

Mixed Media on Rice Paper

53 x 53 in

18-V-018
Zhuang Hong Yi

18-V-018

Mixed Media on Rice Paper

53 x 53 in

18-V-033, 2018
Zhuang Hong Yi

18-V-033, 2018

Mixed Media on Rice Paper

78 x 60 in

18-V-040
Zhuang Hong Yi

18-V-040

Mixed Media on Rice Paper

24 x 24 in

18-VI-005
Zhuang Hong Yi

18-VI-005

Mixed Media on Rice Paper

48 x 72 in

18-VI-007, 2018
Zhuang Hong Yi

18-VI-007, 2018

Mixed media & rice paper

40 x 40 in

18-VI-027
Zhuang Hong Yi

18-VI-027

Mixed Media on Rice Paper

16 x 16 in

B19-A072
Zhuang Hong Yi

B19-A072

Mixed Media on Rice Paper

44 x 36 in

18-IX, 2019
Zhuang Hong Yi

18-IX, 2019

Mixed Media on Rice Paper

39 x 98 in

18-IX-055, 2019
Zhuang Hong Yi

18-IX-055, 2019

Mixed Media on Rice Paper

36 x 60 in

18-V-017, 2018
Zhuang Hong Yi

18-V-017, 2018

Mixed Media on Rice Paper

53 x 53 in

18-VII-046, 2019
Zhuang Hong Yi

18-VII-046, 2019

Mixed Media on Rice Paper

78 x 59 in

18-VII-057, 2018
Zhuang Hong Yi

18-VII-057, 2018

Mixed media & rice paper

24 x 49 in

18-VIII-058, 2019
Zhuang Hong Yi

18-VIII-058, 2019

Mixed media & rice paper

35.50 x 35.50 in

B19-A019, 2019
Zhuang Hong Yi

B19-A019, 2019

Mixed Media on Rice Paper

39 x 39 in

B19-A059
Zhuang Hong Yi

B19-A059

Mixed media on rice paper

48 x 72 in

17-II-028, 2017
Zhuang Hong Yi

17-II-028, 2017

Mixed Media on Rice Paper

40 x 40 in

17-II-030, 2017
Zhuang Hong Yi

17-II-030, 2017

Mixed media & rice paper

40 x 40 in

18-IV-039, 2018
Zhuang Hong Yi

18-IV-039, 2018

Mixed media & rice paper

40 x 0 in

18-VI-013
Zhuang Hong Yi

18-VI-013

Mixed Media on Rice Paper

24 x 24 in

18-VI-025
Zhuang Hong Yi

18-VI-025

Mixed Media on Rice Paper

16 x 16 in

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Zhuang Hong Yi
“My work-I want to give people a positive feeling, a happy feeling. Now the world is quite negative. I want people to look at my work and feel happy in that.” -Zhuang Hong Yi Zhuang Hong Yi is one of China’s most influential artists with a broad international following across Europe and Asia. His floral motifs are included in various private and museum collections including the Museum of Sichuan Fine Art in China and the Groninger and Stadsmuseum Zoetermeer in the Netherlands. Born and raised in China, Hong Yi’s concern with environmental issues is reflected in his repetitive use of floral patterns, highlighting the increasing urbanization of his home country, the ferocious plundering of natural resources and the depopulation of the rural environment. Hong Yi moved to the Netherlands in the 1990s and running through his work is a thread that links both cultures: a love of flowers. The Netherlands’ relationship with flowers is well documented by the renowned tulip mania of the Dutch Golden Age during the 17th century. Conversely in China, flowers are uniquely symbolic, representing growth, fulfillment and prosperous beginnings, as well as manifesting good chi, each type of flower has its own relevance. Recurrent in Hong Yi’s work are the lucky Chrysanthemum and the Lotus flowers, signifiers of metaphysical purity and strength. The artist works in two dominant yet distinct mediums. One series of works is his Flowerbed series, produced with painstakingly folded origami rice-paper flowers covered in color-shifting layers of acrylic and oil paint. The other is a more traditional painting series using acrylic in heavily sculpted and gestural impasto with unfolded rice-paper flowers. Zhuang Hong Yi’s work can be found in public and private collections internationally, including collections in New York, Abu Dhabi, Morocco, Denmark, London, Geneva, Hong Kong, Singapore and Beirut.
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