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Interview

with Liane Chu

GG: Geneyclee Gallery


LC: Liane Chu
GG:
Tell us a little about yourself, who are you and whats your background story?

LC:
I was born in Hong Kong. Ive lived in Hong
Kong, Shanghai and New York and learned to
draw and paint since the age of 3 from a well
known artist named CoCo Tsai. I received my
diploma in arts in Barreiro, Valencia Academy
of Arts at the age of 13 and completed a design
sketching course for undergrad in the Dong
Hua University of Shanghai at the age of 14.

In 2013, I moved to New York and was exposed


to many art scenes that New York can offer. I
lived on Museum Mile on the Upper East Side
and had the opportunity to learn and extend
my knowledge on art history and art creation.
During then, I also leveraging my time by
taking drawing course at Parsons School of Design. That was something I really
enjoyed.

If a Tree Falls collection that I paint was exhibited in 2016 New York Art Expo
in Pier 92 and 2016 Art Shopping at the Louvre, Paris.

GG:
Tell us a little about your process of creation.

LC:
My creations are inspired by nature and philosophies. My patterned style
paintings can be seen in many art movements such as abstract and
expressionism. I use various styles, such as ink splashes & drips, and unique
mediums in my work (e.g. crackle paste) that really gives the art piece
movement. I aim to create easy to understand, simple paintings that with depth
and meaning.

GG:
Why do you do what you do?

LC:
I do what I do because I dont have a choice. I was born with the love for arts and
I have been creating since the age of two. Its who I am.

GG:
Does your work have a role in society?

LC:
Yes, my work revolves around nature and my work reminds people that beauty
is all around us so it is important to treasure it and take good care of the
environment.

GG:
Do you listen to any music whilst you work and if yes, whats your favorite genre
to listen to?

LC:
I do listen to music when I work; I listen to different genres of music from
classical to R&B and from R&B to Rap. Different beats and rhythms stimulate my
thinking.

GG:
What are some of your hobbies?

LC:
Besides my art, I love writing music because to me, music and lyrics can capture
a moment or a memory and the feeling I get each time I play and sing that song, I
get to re-live that moment and that feeling.

GG:
Name one of your current aims youre aiming for now in your artist career.

LC:
One of my aims right now as an artist is to create pieces on a much larger scale. I
have limited space in Hong Kong but after getting my studio, I want to get out of
my comfort zone and create much larger pieces of work.