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Selected Work

  • Tide

  • 62 x 36 cm
  • Chinese Ink and Colour on Chinese Paper
  • 2014
  • The morning tides receded while the evening waves rose, sixty successions in a month. Love seems tidal waves, fluctuates endlessly.

Artist Introduction

Using ink to captivate and realize the sense of ‘self’ in relation to nature and space, Zaffer has attempted to create a new body of fairyland-like landscape paintings using traditional fine brushes and splash-ink. Viewers could dwell on the ink landscape depicted, in order to experience the quintessential of human nature and its emotions. Her work references narrative motifs and classical repertoires, which are in harmony with abstract landscape ink painting. The ink landscape illustrates unspoken emotions, metaphors and exudes the abstract mind.

Chan Sui-ying, Zaffer
Graduate Year