By exposing its linear structure, each drawing of this series invites the viewer to participate in the making of the image and to experience the encounter between the artist and the sitter, which was brief but nonetheless intense. "The human body is the best picture of the human soul." (Ludwig Wittgenstein, Philosophy of Psychology – A Fragment, §25)
|Technique:||Graphite on Paper|
|Styles:||Fine Art, Expressionism, Figurative, Modern|
|Contents:||Person, Face, Head, Man, Portrait, People|
|Edition:||Original, one of a kind artwork|
|Unframed Size:||14in x 11in|
Kam Sing Leung 梁金城
Vancouver, British Columbia
Kam Sing trained as an architect in Hong Kong and studied philosophy and visual art after immigrating to Canada. In his artworks, Kam Sing delves beneath appearance for the form and content of the world we live in. His drawing, painting and photography transcend the boundaries of genres and styles.
"To be creative is to work incessantly with an inquisitive mind, for if we are sincere in our pursuit, a new world will open up for us."