Blooming Exhibition


26 March 2024 (Tuesday) – 28 April 2024 (Sunday)


11:30am – 6:30pm

03/26/2024 11:30 04/28/2024 18:30 Asia/Hong_Kong Blooming Exhibition DATE: 26 March 2024 (Tuesday) – 28 April 2024 (Sunday)
TIME: 11:30am – 6:30pm
H401, Hollywood

H401, Hollywood

Fee (HKD)



+852 9155 9374 / artscrafts401@gmail.com

- Blooming –

This exhibition is composed of three female painters. They have acquired world-class painting techniques. Woodblock printing originated in England in the 18th century, and today there are very few people who can use this technique.

Han Xiao is the only Ph.D. graduate in Wood engraving since the founding of Osaka University of Arts in Japan. Each piece of her work is made up of fine craftsmanship, detailed dots, and lines. The auspicious designs and elements correspond to the works, and the auspicious atmosphere pervades them.

Sayaka Imai specializes in modern paper-cutting, which has been attracting attention in Japan in recent years and uses concepts and motifs that are different from the traditional style of paper-cutting. The lines drawn with a single knife on a piece of paper are complex and diverse. The motifs in the work are vibrant and dynamic, creating a phantasmagoric visual experience that moves back and forth between two-dimensional and three-dimensional objects.

Akiko Mabuchi paintings have a similar feel to Japanese paintings. However, it is actually gentler than Japanese paintings. She skillfully combined traditional Japanese paper and oil paint. The perfect fusion of paper fibers and pigments can fully convey a natural and comfortable breath. In other words, it can be summarized as a healing work that is just emerging in modern times. It entertains viewers both physically and mentally.

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