Haoyun Erin Zhao
Interconnectedness #12, 2020
Monotype & Acrylic Plexi on Wood
10 x 10 x 3.5 in
Signed on Lower Right and Back
"With a playful approach, this work contemplates on the ever-changing interactions of material and immaterial elements (e.g. light). Layers of translucent materials are composed to form rhythmic compositions and interact with light as light is filtered, cast, and reimagined to create spatial wonder. They resemble layered human experience and our inseparable relationship with nature and all beings." —Haoyun Erin Zhao
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Haoyun Erin Zhao is a multidisciplinary artist based in San Francisco, California who works in printmaking, painting, sculpture, and installation. Zhao’s work has been exhibited nationally and internationally at museums, galleries, art fairs such as de Young Museum, Art Santa Fe Contemporary Art Fair, International Print Center New York, Galerie Kuchling Berlin, Root Division SF, Sanchez Art Center, etc. The artist’s work is in the collections of IBM, Kaiser Permanente, Boston Children’s Hospital, Guizhou Minzu (Nationalities) University (China), Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (New York City), Bei Hotel San Francisco, and numerous private collections.
HANGING & CARE
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