Beethoven: Red Elise No.01202019 Painting by Odilia Fu

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Paintings exhibited in Tokyo International Art Fair 2018
Drawings from my "Music in Ink" series were exhibited in the Oxford Int'l Art Fair 2016

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Painting: Acrylic, Marker on Canvas.

Acrylic, Markers on Canvas (420gsm Linen-Cotton Blend)
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Unframed - Ready for framing, NOT for stretchers (See extra photo)

In October 2019, I will participate in the XII FLORENCE BIENNALE in Italy. An event and exhibition to commemorate the 500th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci's death. (See my Admission Letter in photos section)

I would be grateful if you could support me to take part in the Florence Biennale; through the purchase of this artwork BEFORE APRIL 15, 2019. In that case, the name and logo of the sponsor will be published in the official catalogue of the FLORENCE BIENNALE. This catalogue will be distributed to Art Biennales, museums and libraries throughout Europe. If your purchase is after April 15, your name and logo might not be able to reach the publisher on time for printing.

“Music in Ink” (墨樂) is a series of visual soundscapes interposed with the artist’s memories and sentiments which were then transformed into imaginary spaces. Music and poetry act as both backdrop and inspirations for this abstract series. Ink brush strokes as the results of movement on canvas elicit inner thoughts and emotions. Colors, symbols and representational elements evoke cultural mood and references.

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Beethoven: Red Elise No.01202019

Odilia Fu

Hong Kong


Size: 33.1 W x 38.6 H x 0 in

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