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Carefree - Wind Series 1- 4

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Carefree - Wind Series 1- 4 Sculpture

Asia Chan-Rose

United Kingdom

Sculpture, Bronze on Bronze

Size: 118.1 W x 118.1 H x 118.1 D in

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About The Artwork

The Wind Series - Carefree, are the first sculptures ON and ABOUT Chinese Calligraphy in history. They are based on the character of Wind, in different styles of Chinese calligraphy. Carefree illustrate physical characteristics of the calligraphy as well as the flow, energy and spiritual philosophy world of possibilities - new life. There are 2 more pieces of works in this Wind Series Wind 5 & Wind 6: please inquire.

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Sculpture:Bronze on Bronze

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:118.1 W x 118.1 H x 118.1 D in

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Where Abstract Spiritual World Meets Physical Earthly World Is Called Life; And Art Is The Bridge." Her works are about humanity, philosophy, thinking and art. She consider the act of creation an adventure, an exploration, a meeting - not simply about skillful repetition. The way she sees Chinese calligraphy has been philosophical, spatial, sculptural. And that vision matured and materialised after a decade of living in the UK, since 1997. Being the foremost sculptor to bring ancient Chinese calligraphy into inter-spatial sculptures ( Wind Series - Carefree) is deeply rooted in her family upbringing. Asia was further encouraged by the calligraphy garden at The National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, where she used to sit and ponder during a decade of voluntary work. Just as Chinese Calligraphy is the reason Asia started modelling sculptures, the need to tell a particular true story (“Mother and Child” 2008) is how she started stone carving. Unexpectedly, with stone carving Asia found a bond, a special connection that intrigues, with endless possibilities of conversation through the inherent language of the stone itself. To her, working with stone is like connecting dots between past and future, meeting in the action of the present. Working with time and through time, of transcendence. Regarding Asia's artistic influence, there are 3 artists/sculptors she looks up to, not for their artistic style or subjects but for their outlook to art and attitude towards creating. She admires Da Vinci for his scientific mind, innovations, rational thinking and holistic approach; Jacob Epstein's radical The Rock Drill especially in its historical context; and is touched by Michelangelo's hard work, faith and belief.

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Handpicked to show at The Other Art Fair presented by Saatchi Art in London, London

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