Many people tell me that artwork on canvas is perceived as having a greater value than work on paper. Much of my recent work has been on paper although I also work on canvas and sometimes just with fabric – it depends what I’m trying to express at the time.
Anyway, what I’m saying is that I love the unique quality paper has and here are a few examples, seen at Art16, to illustrate my point. And, yes, many are Asian and calligraphic so have affinities with my art.
Almost all the work at Hong Kong-based Galerie du Monde was on paper
Kyung-Ja Rhee‘s Contemplation of Marshy Fields shown by Gallery H.A.N. almost shimmered like gold but was coloured Korean paperHao Shiming‘s Lines in Tang Dynasty Style 201601 from HDM Gallery
Beverly Barkat charcoal drawings at Rothschild Fine Art