Happy Year of the Tiger! Today is the first day of the Chinese Lunar New Year, I want to bring my newest illustration work "Cantonese Opera Troupe of The Tiger Sisters" to wish everyone a fantastic Year of the Tiger, may health and strength always be with you!
Until last night (New Year's Eve), I was still perfecting this work, which shows how challenging and time-consuming this project is. But as a detail freak and color-obsessed person, I'm quite satisfied with the overall finish of the work.
As the first finished work of the Year of the Tiger, I hope that "Cantonese Opera Troupe of The Tiger Sisters" is the symbol which indicates that the new year will be a harvest year rich in great works!
I Hope you enjoy this new piece, Happy Year of The Tiger. Also want to use this chance to wish the upcoming Beijing Winter Olympics a complete success! Jiayou!
Share a cute photo of our two little tigers at home :)
In the past six years, I have drawn four Chinese New Year pictures, which are in the year of the Monkey 2016, the Year of the Dog 2018, the year of the Ox 2021 and the Year of the Tiger 2022. By putting these four paintings side by side, I can clearly see my progress in composition, use of colour and detail richness. As an artist, I'm very happy and proud of that.
The Year of The Tiger has officially begun, and I will continue to challenge new heights of artistic creation through my persistent efforts!
Thank you for your support, wish you a fantastic Year of The Tiger!
P.S. Me myself, my lovely partner and our two super cute kitten sisters have always been the inspiration for the creation of my Chinese New Year Pictures.
Contemporary Art Station recently published an Art Book titled "The Art Collector's Choice-Volume 3 China Edition". I am very happy that two of my works have been featured in it, and what makes me more surprised is that my illustration "Cantonese Opera Troupe of The Tiger Sisters" was selected as the title page as a key recommended work of the Art Book.
I would like to thank Contemporary Art Station sincerely for giving me the opportunity to show my art to a wider range of the world. I would be honored if my work can inspire more people around the world to learn about the beauty of Traditional Cantonese opera culture in China.
Thank you Contemporary Art Station, it's my great honor to be part of this project!