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Kwing Wing






A sculpture made up of different materials, such as iron and ceramic. Iron sheets and rods, concrete rubble and other discarded materials were re-arranged and re-designed by the artist POON Kwing Wing to reveal an ethereal, organic and timeless fragile natural beauty, maintaining original texture and colours but re-worked into a compellingly harmonious artwork.









Poon Kwing Wing particularly utilizes the porcelain from Jingdezhen, China, to create delicate bird sculptures named "Shan Shan." Jingdezhen porcelain is renowned for its unique qualities, characterized by its soft, smooth texture that contrasts with the hardness of iron. This combination is akin to the harmony of yin and yang, creating an ethereal beauty that is unparalleled.


In Poon Kwing Wing's artistry, a group of small birds, filled with love and companionship, dance upon lotus leaves. The lotus stems sway like dancers, leaping between heaven and earth, providing a stage for the birds to fly freely in boundless space. Each piece crafted with Jingdezhen porcelain encapsulates a sense of freedom and harmony.


Chinese ink painting is an art form that achieves great heights through minimalistic elements. Paper, brush, and ink, all invented in China, are considered to be simple materials. However, Poon Kwing Wing's artwork transcends these limitations, as he has the ability to make a sparrow feel as if it soars through the sky or a fish appears submerged in water. The pinnacle of Chinese painting lies in the art of leaving blank spaces and creating a sense of spatiality.


Combining his ceramic art with his mastery of ink painting techniques, Poon Kwing Wing's creations are a testament to his artistic prowess. Each sculpture not only reflects his exceptional craftsmanship but also evokes a sense of tranquility and aesthetic contemplation.

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