his particular Artwork 'A Life Time Grit' (2021) is featured in Maroondah City Council's news: Interview with the Artist: Hsin Lin—Bloom Like Flowers. Published by Amy Freund, Editorial and Publications Officer. Publish date, 24th Feb 2022, Melbourne, Victoria.
Artist Acrylic on Acid-free stretched gallery wrapped canvas. Signed at the front and ready to hang. The artwork painted extends to all Side panels. D rings and wire are attached at the back. Comes with a certificate of authenticity. Sealed with clear varnish.
I present you the latest piece from my award-winning/signature series 'Bloom like Flowers'. Eucalyptus Macrocarpa (Mottlecah), a sprawling mallee endemic to Western Australia. Eucalyptus flowers also have the symbolic meaning of Healing and Protection. The flower always blooms in its own time without competing with other flowers. May we all bloom in our time in the best season. Hope you enjoy this artwork of mine.
In this signature series of mine, flowers as the object represent life itself to me. Our own will to be alive, and the way we want to be alive. While I carefully paint these tiny flower petals or build up those fine leaf veins, it is like the way we try to figure out those uncertainties, furthermore, to be able to be closer to the truth a little bit more.
Artwork inspired by nature at Royal Botanic Garden, Cranbourne, Spring, 2021.
Enjoy the time-lapse video of this artwork please visit: https://youtu.be/1L4xc2bO7q8
[Exhibitions] 25 June–Sun 3 July 2022 Camberwell Art Show at Advanced Technologies Building, Swinburne University.
[Solo Exhibition] 7th Feb–8th April 2022 - Bloom Like flowers by HSIN LIN presented by Maroondah City Council, Maroondah Federation Estate Gallery.
Nov 2021 Blossoms Of life by HSIN LIN- by Knox Immerse/City Council at MIllers Homestead, Melbourne.
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