展期 Exhibition Period : 19/11 – 18/12/2020 12:00nn – 8:00pm
同步展出 Exhibition in parallel
Lilium by Gitone
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To commemorate our 25th anniversary Gitone sincerely presents Terence Lee’s recent painting exhibition “The Beauty of Overflowing”.
The exhibition will be held in parallel at Gitone and Lilium. Gitone exhibits the paintings in the “Guitar Garden” series created in 2018-2019. Listening to his wife practising guitar, the artist transformed the vanishing notes one by one into strokes of color onto the painting seemingly enjoying a stroll with her in a garden full of colors and sounds of music.
Lilium exhibits the “ Flowers in a Vase“ series of works created in 2019-2020 . Under the social movement and the pandemic, the artist was contemplating about what is eternal and what is passing away. The flowers in the vase though in a moment will fade away, they still bloom to the utmost. This inspired him to paint freely to his heart’s content without reservation. That’s how beauty is born.
Many people talk about beauty – beauty of serenity, natural beauty, classical beauty, chic beauty, shattered beauty, chaotic beauty, wabi-sabi beauty…Recently I have been contemplating the beauty of the perpetual passing of eternity- beneath my eyes, in my memory, in my heart, in the future, and overwhelmed by beauty beyond words.
In the past 3 years, I have been experimenting other painting media and techniques and have fallen in love with the fast-drying and vibrantly colorful alcohol-based color ink. Its unhindered characteristics, whether it is the rhythm of lines or inter-penetration of colors dovetail with my free flow of thoughts and brushes fulfilling my pursuit of expressing my spirits and emotions to the fullest. The texture of the painting is so smooth, so delicate and transparent that mimics a thin white porcelain, bringing discordance into harmony.
Indulging in the joy of the creative process every time I paint, I would call this the Beauty of Overflowing.