Memories Emerge in Stephen Wong Chun Hei's Paintings as Vivid Saturated Landscapes
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“MacLehose Trail Section 4” (2022), acrylic on canvas, 150 x 200 centimeters. Photos by Bonhams HK, all images © Stephen Wong Chun Hei
Vivid palettes of blues, greens, and pink saturate Stephen Wong Chun Hei 's landscapes, which translate memories of travel into dream-like paintings in acrylic. The artist considers each work a vessel for the impressions of places he's traveled or hiked. “I never try to capture just one moment in a landscape. The colours are ever-changing through time,” Hei tells Colossal. “This is the reason that the colours in my paintings are not realistic or...
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