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|Alannala Lau||Biography: Alannala, also named Alan Lau Wai-Lun, graduated from the Fine Arts Department, The Chinese University of Hong Kong in 1994. He won the Raymond Woon Creative Prize for his graduation work and has pursued painting as his career ever since. Since 1993 he has had eight solo painting exhibitions and participated in over twenty group shows. His works are being collected by private collectors, art consultants, the Town Imaizumi Museum, Japan and the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in Washington DC, San Francisco, Geneva and Brussels. He had been chosen as a winner of 2002-2003 Vermont Studio Center Freeman Fellowship and attended the residency at Vermont Studio Center from 27 October to 19 December 2002. This Award included a cultural trip to New York City at the conclusion of the residency.
Life itself is fragile, yet the energy it radiates is powerful and infinite. Flowers that are perceived to be weak and fragile are transformed into sheer energy and impact through the powerful representation on the canvas. It is the artist, Alannala's way of expressing the implicit essence of life. Country: Hong Kong Birthyear: 1965 Galleries: Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre
Galerie Martini (Hong Kong)
Town Imaizumi Museum (Niigata, Japan)
Muse Gallery (Hong Kong)
Artist Commune, Cattle Depot Artist Village (Hong Kong)
Red Mill Gallery (Vermont Studio Center, US)
Grotto Fine Art (Hong Kong) Awards: Shortlisted for the Chinese Artistic and Literary Realm Famous Expert (People's Daily Overseas Edition)
Freeman Fellowship 2002-2003 [Winner] (Freeman Foundation, Vermont Studio Center, USA)
Artworks were selected for three times in the program, Arts for Sales (organized by the Hong Kong Arts Development Council)
Raymond Woon Creative Prize (The Chinese University of Hong Kong) Media: other, Oil & acrylic Style: other, Spiritual, realistic and symbolic, Flower and mainly chrysanthemum|