Sun Museum holds "Nature in Ink and Brush: The Art of Ou Da Wei" exhibitions
The Sun Museum, funded by the Simon Suen Foundation, Honorary Permanent President of the HKBU Foundation, is holding an exhibition entitled “Nature in Ink and Brush: The Art of Ou Da Wei”. It features a selection of around 40 pieces of calligraphy, landscape paintings and seals by contemporary artist Ou Da Wei. The exhibits testifies Ou’s pursuit of rejuvenating traditional Chinese art.
The Opening Ceremony was held on 23 January 2019. Officiating guests included Mrs. Cherry Tse Ling Kit Ching, JP, Permanent Secretary for Home Affairs; Ms. Brenda Au Kit Ying, JP, Head of Energizing Kowloon East Office; Mr. Tang Hoi Chiu, Adjunct Professor of the HKBU Academy of Visual Arts; Mr. Ou Da Wei; Mrs. Mary Suen, Founding Director of the Simon Suen Foundation; Miss Chloe Suen, Chair of the Simon Suen Foundation; and Mr. Yeung Chun Tong, Director of the Sun Museum. Mrs. Lily Chan, Director of University Advancement and Secretary-General of the HKBU Foundation attended the ceremony on behalf of the University.
Ou Da Wei is a contemporary Hong Kong artist who practices traditional literati arts of poetry, calligraphy, painting and seal-carving. In his art, Ou has broken new ground on composition, which made him a role-model for Hong Kong’s artists. The public can enjoy free admission by appointment and the exhibition will be held until 30 March 2019. Please click here for details.