Chloe Liu was born in Hong Kong in 1990 and moved to UK
since 2004. She studied BA Fine Art in Wimbledon College of Art and graduated
in 2014. She draws flowers, patterns and landscapes most of the time as these
subjects are the endless supplier from the nature and our daily lives.
Chloe likes to capture the flower blooms and decaying moment
into her painting because she wants to show the audience her passion of the
relationship between human and nature. Although, no matter how beautiful the
flower is, it will always dries out at the end. As it is the same cycle of
human‘s life. Life is too short and every living thing needs to face the life
and death moment.
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Today's featured ADO artist is Arti Chauhan. She's a figurative artist with a love for wildlife as well as human form. Watercolour is her favorite medium. Here is a selection of her work currently for sale on ADO. To visit her artist's page, please click this link: http://artdiscoveredonline.co.uk/artist-page/?artist=Arti_Chauhan
To see all her work currently for sale on ADO, please visit her artist's page
I paint original oil paintings which are heavily inspired by Sussex, England. My subjects are modern contemporary landscape paintings, seascape paintings and animal paintings on large canvas using thick oil paint.
On my art sites you will see Sussex meadow paintings, woodland path paintings, English landscape paintings, beautiful animal paintings and seascape paintings. Each one has a unique story and sometimes mystical elements within it.
I like expressionist paintings and impressionist paintings and have developed a painting style that sits between these two. I have paintings for sale at my home studio and online art galleries. As a child, I taught myself to draw and paint by copying animals and horses out of books on an almost daily basis then in 1979 I did a foundation course at Chelsea and then a degree course at Brighton where I graduated in 1982 with a fine art degree in sculpture. I then worked in a studio on the seafront for a while making sculptures with an architect for clubs and hotels.
On moving to East Grinstead in the late 80's, I began painting for an art agent that specialised in animal, people and bespoke portraits and soon became skilled at painting dogs and horses in a classical style. I also took on mural painting commissions and wrote and illustrated a few children's books.
In the late 90's I began teaching art adult education courses for Central Sussex College as well as running my own art courses. I sell my paintings mostly in on-line galleries but also through real world galleries and exhibitions. I have exhibited at the Mall galleries in London, Chelsea open exhibition, local galleries such as Chequer Mead, East Grinstead, The Hawth Theatre, Sheffield Park, Lingfield, Brighton festival, Shoreham gallery and many others.
My goals are to: a) to paint a masterpiece one day b) help other people to get the thrill from their creating their own art that I get.
I worked in the refrigeration trade for over 50 years and only started painting on my retirement in 2010. What started as a pastime quickly turned into a passion, mainly working in watercolour and sometimes in acrylic.