BLUESKYY CHUEN
Hsinchu, Hsinchu - Taiwan



Original Artworks (4)

Blueskyy Chuen; Distressed, 1985, Original Drawing Pencil, 75 x 55 cm. Artwork description: 241 Distressed...
Blueskyy Chuen
Original Pencil Drawing, 1985
75 x 55 cm (29.5 x 21.7 inches)
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Blueskyy Chuen; Idealism Vs Reality, 1985, Original Drawing Pencil, 75 x 55 cm. Artwork description: 241 Idealism vs. reality...
Blueskyy Chuen
Original Pencil Drawing, 1985
75 x 55 cm (29.5 x 21.7 inches)
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Blueskyy Chuen; Unification Beyond Boundary, 1994, Original Painting Oil, 116 x 91 cm.
Blueskyy Chuen
Original Oil Painting, 1994
116 x 91 cm (45.7 x 35.8 inches)
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Blueskyy Chuen; Liberation, 1996, Original Painting Oil, 72 x 60 cm.
Blueskyy Chuen
Original Oil Painting, 1996
72 x 60 cm (28.3 x 23.6 inches)
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Artist Statement

Exhibits
Blueskyy chuen (Chih-hui chuen)

1965 Born August 11th in Penghu Island to fisher parents, Taiwan

1986 Exhibition in Hsinchu City Social Education Hall
Penghu Cultural Center

1990 Solo Exhibition in the American Cultural Center
Solo Exhibition in the T.F. Gallery
Solo Exhibition in the Taiwan Museum of Arts
Selected by Taipei Fine Arts Museum (TFAM) as a finalist
participant to the 'Contemporary Art Trends in the R.O.C.' Exhibition

1991 Solo Exhibition upon invitation by the National Tsing Huang University Art Center
Solo Exhibition: The Growing Gallery

1992 Solo Exhibition: The Growing Gallery
Solo Exhibition: The T.F. Gallery

1994 Solo Exhibition in the Taiwan Fine Arts Museun
Hsinchu Municipal Cultural Center
'Paint to Dance' Collaboration with the Windy City Dance Troupe

1995 Work accepted by the TFAM as a part of museum's permanent collection.

2003 Hsinchu Cultural Center
2004 Set design for cultural site during the Wind Festival


Biography
My main source of inspiration in making arts is the human spirit. The canvas serves as a platform for dialogue, where I place my reflection and reaction about life, human nature and social morality that's ingrown in us to a discussion. Suppose some works express vivid sorrows caused by estrangement, while others speak with joy at the remaining goodness within the human heart. Earlier on during my youthful years, I was keen to depict the vice within human nature; critical to the deformities the society took shape through social realism in the paintings and drawings I made. Creating works that were deemed as falling out of aesthetics by the conventional standards was meant to challenge taboos and forbidden symbols within our psyche. I paint to evoke my own self-introspection, at the same time, through reflection of the outer world, awaken the silenced conscience in the human heart.



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