Joanne Chan (b. 1992) graduated from Chelsea College of Art (University of Arts London), with a major in Fine Art in 2015. Joanne's journey of self discovery through life extend to her development of abstract, color-field paintings. While the creative process of doing gestural spraying and painting is profoundly cathartic to her, these expansive, vibrant colors themselves demonstrate the effects of traversing between energy and consciousness. Her collection of works shows the struggle of destruction and construction without reservation.
By infusing her energy into the meticulous movements during the creative process, Joanne's daily practice enhances her intuition, mindfulness, and definition of personal utopia. Just as the essence of abstract art involves the utilization of colors and forms to enable dialogues on a metaphysical level, her abstract paintings may also invite the viewers to investigatively read and make personal identifications.
With works showcased in exhibitions in Hong Kong, China, Singapore, and the UK, Joanne is one of the emerging artists in Hong Kong who continues to gain momentum and establish a reputation in both local and international art scenes.