TK (Tsz-Kwan) Chan 陳 紫 君
- Scottish Landscape 蘇 格 蘭 搜 影
Oil and Sand on canvas 50cm diameter 2016 Summer on site
Dream of Blue Bell Flowers
by TK Chan Oil on Canvas 31 x 41cm (Sept 2015) TAA016
Dream Of Heather
by TK Chan Oil on Canvas 31 x 41cm (Sept 2015) TAA015
Dream of Poppies
by TK Chan Oil on Canvas 31 x 41cm (Aug 2015) TAA014
Dream of Buttercups flower
by TK Chan Oil on Canvas 31 x 41cm (July 2015) TAA004
by TK Chan Mixed Media 70 x 50cm (July 2015) SOLD
by TK Chan Oil Painting on Canvas 70 x 50cm (2015) TAA001
by TK Chan Oil painting on canvas 70 x 50cm (2015) TAA002
Torridon, Wester Ross
by TK Chan Oil Painting on canvas 50 x 40cm (2015) TAA005 Love is in the air and the world is becoming peaceful! Everywhere becomes romantic when love is here.
by TK Chan Oil Painting on canvas 50 x 40cm (2014) SOLD Mountains are said to be ‘Backing’ in Chinese. It is not necessary to have lots of friends but with a few bosom friends, we can die without anything to regret. Girls enjoy sharing their stories to help each other make decisions. Without telling your secret to someone you can trust, it will spread like Scottish heather. The most noticeable features of Bidean nam Bian are the famous Three Sisters of Glencoe
by TK Chan Oil Painting on board 20 x 20cm (2014 Summer) SOLD It had been a very sunny day and then it became a foggy beach. The sea and sky were merged together without a separated line. It was very foggy and not much could be seen on site. TK merged her last memory of visiting the beach with the real foggy weather to create this painting.
Anstruther Light House
by TK Chan Acrylic and Oil on board 20 x 20cm (2014 Summer) SOLD Ms. TK Chan’s first drawing with her lecturer at Edinburgh College Mr. Alan MacCorquodale at Anstruther. She enjoyed the local fish and chips and experienced the sunset at the harbor. The light of the sky and clouds were changing rapidly. Real sand from the beach has been added on the drawing.
In the Sky (HKG - EDI)
by TK Chan Poster Colour on canvas 15 x 20cm (June 2014) TAA009 Natural Mineral Water from the Alps with Poster color on canvas finished at 38014 ft altitude in the sky. An afternoon flight flying with KLM, painting with its corporate color.
Carpe diem (seize the day)
by TK Chan Oil Painting on canvas 60 x 90cm (2014) SOLD The Eilean Donan Castle, one of Scotland's most iconic landmarks, built in the mid 13th century, is situated on an island between three sea lochs. This castle in the Scottish Highlands is now one of the most popular tourist attractions. It offers visitors with limited mobility the opportunity to visit with a Virtual Tour. Carpe diem, Don't wait anymore and do it when you can now.
To Play the piano to a cow
by TK Chan Oil Painting on canvas 30 x 40cm Original 54 x 44 Framed 2014 TAA011 Although it is not an easy task to promote Scottish culture in Hong Kong, TK is trying to highlight beautiful Scottish scenery in her paintings. The yellow flowers are growing in the painting in the sunrise. The highland cow is the audience. Even though there were difficulties encountered in the beginning, but with determination, it will succeed.
Winter to Spring
by TK Chan Oil Painting Mixed Media on canvas 40 x 50 cm Original 53 x 64 cm Framed 2014 TAA012 AVAILABLE A Rabbit is so tiny and does not look strong at all, but it still survives through the winter. Meaning no matter how difficult things are, as long as you persist there will always be new hope. The Scottish hare in the painting, also symbolizes free-spirited, adaptable, rich, powerful with vitality For ENQUIRY, please click "Go to link"
Love in a timely fashion
by TK Chan Oil Painting 30 x 40 cm Original 53 x 43 cm Framed 2013 TAA013 The castle represents a storybook fairy tale romance where the princess in the castle is waiting for her prince to arrive. With her true love’s kiss they will be able to live happily ever after. Lots of couples also make a special trip to the castle for their wedding photography. The Castle Stalker in Oban was selected because of the loch that surrounds it.
"Scottish Landscape" Series
" 蘇 格 蘭 搜 影 " 系 列
Scotland is like walking into a garden full of peaches for TK. The Scottish landscape is changeable just like its weather. Visiting it in different seasons and times of the year inspired her and her love for art in different ways, especially the changing colours of the sky and trees. She also loved that wild animals such as deer, foxes and eagles lived happily with people. The buildings and architecture in Scotland are also amazing with modern buildings sitting alongside older buildings. She was especially impressed by the way old buildings were preserved and adapted to fit into the daily life in the 21st century.
Her Scottish themed paintings have allowed her to maintain her links with Scottish professionals outside Scotland – Scottish people recognise the landscapes and animals she portray in her art and will come and speak with her. Also, members of the Hong Kong St. Andrews Society have supported her by collecting her Scottish landscape paintings.