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Yap Chin Hoe (b.1970 in Klang, Selangor, Malaysia). As an ethnic Chinese, Chin Hoe wanted to develop a series that is close to his identity and roots. In his latest works, antique Chinese porcelain is ...

Yap Chin Hoe (b.1970 in Klang, Selangor, Malaysia). As an ethnic Chinese, Chin Hoe wanted to develop a series that is close to his identity and roots. In his latest works, antique Chinese porcelain is adopted as the focal subject, where modern touches are used to tease out the nostalgia that the porcelain evokes.
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  • Yap Chin Hoe The Journey 2nd to 20th November 2010 Artist Profile Chin Hoe displays a mastery over the brush as well as an expertise at composition. He has finessed a refreshing contemporary interpretation of classic Western still-life - the Oriental antique-wares bring grace and poise to an otherwise traditional theme. Intricate details – the flutter of dragonfly wings, soft tendrils of foliage, graceful translucent drapes - and a more vivid palette have infused his recent artworks with a new vitality. It is, as if by chance, that the elements in the paintings have come together, in a harmony that cannot be attained by deliberate design, but by some quirk of fate, that reveals the poetry and enchantment that is intrinsic to life. Yap Chin Hoe's artistic talent was apparent from a young age, and he furthered his art education at the Malaysia Institute of Art. From his early watercolours of Malaysian scenes, Chin Hoe has developed a distinctive style that is uniquely Asian, yet universally appreciated.
  • In this latest series, bright hues dominate, with elaborate details deftly illustrated. Delicate brushstrokes reveal a meticulous quest to capture the ethereal quality of the antique porcelain, while brilliantly coloured Nonya fabrics serve as a counterpoint to the austerity of the blue and white china. The image of raucous Peranakan revelry comes to mind when flamboyant tapestries are paired with equally dramatic wares. Doubtlessly, Chin Hoe has achieved an astounding feat in his artistry. As he explores his Malaysian Chinese heritage in pursuit of art's zenith, his paintings have imparted their priceless aura of Zen tranquility to art-lovers. Greatness is expected of this artist for whom serendipity has worked its magic.
  • Yap Chin Hoe Yap Chin Hoe has been a full time artist since he graduated from the Malaysian Intitute of Arts in 1991, and he also obtained a Double Major in Oil Painting and Printmaking. In his earlier work, it is clear to see that he had been heavily influenced by both European and American art, he embarked on an experimental journey with oil and acrylics. Yap Chin Hoe. b. 1970 in Klang, Selangor, Malaysia. He became a full time artist upon his graduation from the Malaysian Institute of Arts in 1991 and also obtained a Double Major in Oil Painting and Printmaking. He first embarked on his artistic journey in the direction of western oil and acrylic paintings.
  •   As an ethnic Chinese, Chin Hoe was very keen to develop a series that was inspired by his roots. In his latest work, antique Chinese porcelain has been implemented as the central subject, where he uses modern techniques to “tease out the nostalgia that the porcelain evokes”.   Chin Hoe’s work is far from the traditional ‘still life’, his paintings are filled with bright colours contrasted with dark and developed layers which creates a movement to his pieces. Added to this is the somewhat fanciful dancing dragonfly which adds another level of nature and movement to his painting, a subject which frequents much of his work. He has participated in many solo and group exhibitions such as “Pameran Bakat Muda Sezaman” at the National Art Gallery Malaysia in 1990 and “Serendipity” at Artfilio Gallery, Singapore in 2007. Chin Hoe has won many awards which included a first prize in an art competition held in in conjunction with Estee Lauder Breast Awareness Campaign 1996.
  • Yap Chin Hoe. b. 1970 in Klang, Selangor, Malaysia. He became a full time artist upon his graduation from the Malaysian Institute of Arts in 1991 and also obtained a Double Major in Oil Painting and Printmaking. He first embarked on his artistic journey in the direction of western oil and acrylic paintings. As an ethnic Chinese, Chin Hoe wanted to develop a series that is close to his identity and roots. In his latest works, antique Chinese porcelain is adopted as the focal subject, where modern touches are used to tease out the nostalgia that the porcelain evokes. Even as they calmed the senses, Chin Hoe is far from staid. One can find a touch of the whimsical in the form of the dancing dragonflies in his works. He has participated in many solo and group exhibitions such as “Pameran Bakat Muda Sezaman” at the National Art Gallery Malaysia in 1990 and “Serendipity” at Artfilio Gallery, Singapore in 2007. Chin Hoe has won many awards which included a first prize in an art competition held in in conjunction with Estee Lauder Breast Awareness Campaign 1996.  
  • Yap Chin Hoe. b. 1970 in Klang, Selangor, Malaysia. He became a full time artist upon his graduation from the Malaysian Institute of Arts in 1991 and also obtained a Double Major in Oil Painting and Printmaking. He first embarked on his artistic journey in the direction of western oil and acrylic paintings. As an ethnic Chinese, Chin Hoe wanted to develop a series that is close to his identity and roots. In his latest works, antique Chinese porcelain is adopted as the focal subject, where modern touches are used to tease out the nostalgia that the porcelain evokes. Even as they calmed the senses, Chin Hoe is far from staid. One can find a touch of the whimsical in the form of the dancing dragonflies in his works. He has participated in many solo and group exhibitions such as “Pameran Bakat Muda Sezaman” at the National Art Gallery Malaysia in 1990 and “Serendipity” at Artfilio Gallery, Singapore in 2007. Chin Hoe has won many awards which included a first prize in an art competition held in in conjunction with Estee Lauder Breast Awareness Campaign 1996.  
  • Yap Chin Hoe. b. 1970 in Klang, Selangor, Malaysia. He became a full time artist upon his graduation from the Malaysian Institute of Arts in 1991 and also obtained a Double Major in Oil Painting and Printmaking. He first embarked on his artistic journey in the direction of western oil and acrylic paintings. As an ethnic Chinese, Chin Hoe wanted to develop a series that is close to his identity and roots. In his latest works, antique Chinese porcelain is adopted as the focal subject, where modern touches are used to tease out the nostalgia that the porcelain evokes. Even as they calmed the senses, Chin Hoe is far from staid. One can find a touch of the whimsical in the form of the dancing dragonflies in his works. He has participated in many solo and group exhibitions such as “Pameran Bakat Muda Sezaman” at the National Art Gallery Malaysia in 1990 and “Serendipity” at Artfilio Gallery, Singapore in 2007. Chin Hoe has won many awards which included a first prize in an art competition held in in conjunction with Estee Lauder Breast Awareness Campaign 1996.  
  • As an ethnic Chinese, Chin Hoe wanted to develop a series that is close to his identity and roots. In his latest works, antique Chinese porcelain is adopted as the focal subject, where modern touches are used to tease out the nostalgia that the porcelain evokes. Even as they calmed the senses, Chin Hoe is far from staid. One can find a touch of the whimsical in the form of the dancing dragonflies in his works. He has participated in many solo and group exhibitions such as “Pameran Bakat Muda Sezaman” at the National Art Gallery Malaysia in 1990 and “Serendipity” at Artfilio Gallery, Singapore in 2007. Chin Hoe has won many awards which included a first prize in an art competition held in in conjunction with Estee Lauder Breast Awareness Campaign 1996.  

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  • 1. YAP CHIN HOE http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/michaelasanda-1186545-yap-chin-hoe/
  • 2. Yap Chin Hoe, born 1970 in Klang, Selangor, Malaysia. He became a full time artist upon his graduation from the Malaysian Institute of Arts in 1991 and also obtained a Double Major in Oil Painting and Printmaking. He first embarked on his artistic journey in the direction of western oil and acrylic paintings. As an ethnic Chinese, Chin Hoe wanted to develop a series that is close to his identity and roots. In his latest works, antique Chinese porcelain is adopted as the focal subject, where modern touches are used to tease out the nostalgia that the porcelain evokes.
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  • 35. Text and pictures: Internet Arangement: Sanda Foişoreanu www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda Sound : Teresa Teng – Malay song