Hong Drone II
Acrylic painting on canvas
Hong Drone II arises from an aerial observation of Hong Kong. It is the transitional part of Hong Drone series. The artist takes saturated and contaminated cities, places that have become anodyne and overcrowded over the years, and he embellishes them with vivid colors.
Color is used here as a symbol of beauty and diversity, in opposition to the functionality and consistency of today’s big cities.
Hong Drone I and Hong Drone II were exhibited in the Artexpo New York 2017. Currently, Hong Drone I is part of the funds of the Queensborough Community College Museum of New York.
Acrylic Painting / Abstract Expressionism