Lemuria, No. 3 Painting by Norm Yip

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This is a continuation of the Lemuria series of paintings, whereby I am solidifying a language or of using brushstroke and gestures in creating an colourful, lush and ominous abstract landscapes. I am experiencing both darkness and light in my life right now, with perhaps more fear of the unknown. Thus it is fitting to keep this in the Lemuria series versus the other previous paintings. There is both chaos and structure in my works, never wanting to appear contrived.
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Lemuria, No. 3

Norm Yip

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Size: 48 W x 48 H x 1.5 D in

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This is a continuation of the Lemuria series of paintings, whereby I am solidifying a language or of using brushstroke and gestures in creating an colourful, lush and ominous abstract landscapes. I am experiencing both darkness and light in my life right now, with perhaps more fear of the unknown. Thus it is fitting to keep this in the Lemuria series versus the other previous paintings. There is both chaos and structure in my works, never wanting to appear contrived.

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Painting:Acrylic on Canvas

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Size:48 W x 48 H x 1.5 D in

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Norm Yip (葉灃) was born in Canada in 1963 by Chinese parents. After studying fine art in Saskatchewan and architecture in Toronto, he moved to Hong Kong where began working as an architect. In 1999, he decided to transition into fine art and photography, following his deeper passion into his personal interests. He formed a collective called Melo-Melo Artist Alliance with several friends. It was then that his journey into art began. Oscillating between photography as a main source of income and painting as a hobby, he began to assert more attention and time to the latter. He has exhibited mostly in Hong Kong in group exhibitions, yet has recently exhibited in Zurich, Switzerland and The Other Art Fair in New York.

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