Henry Wo Yue-Kee
June 1–July 31, 2019
Mansion at Strathmore
Henry Wo Yue-Kee subtly fuses Eastern and Western influences and blends his heritage of traditional Chinese brushwork with personal poetry in ink paintings on paper. A disciple of the Lingnan school of painting, Wo Yue-Kee uses translucent washes punctuated with delicate linear accents to elegantly transform images found in nature into symbols of happiness, friendliness, peace, gentleness, tranquility, and harmony.
Our Perspective series features local artists in solo or two-person exhibitions.
Hydrangea and Goldfish by Henry Wo Yue-Kee
Opening Reception: Henry Wo Yue-Kee Sat, June 1, 1pm
The public is welcome to join us for an intimate reception for Perspective: Henry Wo Yue-Kee with the artist and his family.
Opening Reception: Creative Crafts Council Thu, June 6, 7pm
Make It/Take It: Fiber Collage Thu, June 20, 7pm
Rope Rugs for Families Sat, June 22
Artists in Fiction Book Club Wed, July 17, 3 & 7pm
Kids Talk & Tour Sat, July 20, 10:15am
Recorrido de Arte para Niños en Español sáb, 20 de jul, 11:30am
Curator’s Tour Sat, July 20, 1pm
Visita del Curador en Español Sáb, 20 de jul, 2pm
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