He was born in 1962; Zhuang Hong Yi, a Chinese contemporary artist who, through his floral artworks, has impressed the public worldwide with his unique and emotional style in his paintings.
His work represents beauty, sophistication, and a high level of perfection with a clear presence of Chinese influence expressed through the use of colors, themes, shapes, and materials that touch the viewer’s heart.
His primary source of inspiration continues to be the flower fields of Dutch culture. Zhuang folds and folds hundreds of tiny buds of painted rice paper to form the flower bed sculptures of him. The three-dimensionality of paper flowers invites audiences to appreciate the tactile nature of their vibrant tapestry of colors and shapes.
“My art is about happiness, enrichment, and re-enchantment. Today there is so much negativity and pain in the world; I want people to feel joy connecting with the tranquility of nature. That is why the flower is so dominant in my paintings. Around the world, flowers represent peace, happiness, and prosperity. We may not all speak the same language, but we all read flowers” - Zhuang Hong Yi.
The artist currently resides between the Netherlands and Beijing.
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