Angela Lyn’s paintings that examine the exchange between mountain and sky, and self to the outside world

Angela Lyn‘s paintings aim to rejuvenate the viewer who is beaten by the haste and complexity of life.

Born to a multiracial household and now based in Ticino, Switzerland, Lyn’s subjects are “fragments of cedar trees, engaging with each single needle, or the horizon of a landscape through which millimeter for millimeter I examine the exchange between mountain and sky, or in still life painting where the observation of a thing becomes an existential enquiry into the ephemeral question of reality; all require time, reflection and persistence.” [1]

The show runs from 21 March to 29 April at Artrue Gallery, Taipei.

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