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1 Prince's Terrace
Mid-level, Hong Kong Island
Hong Kong

Coco Chow

Coco Chow is a young and emerging Chinese oil painter. She is eager, restless to find the meaning of life, the truth, love.  "All my paintings would like to communicate my expectations of life, and want to present the meaning of enlightenment through love. Love is not located in our brains. Love doesn't rely on tricky thoughts. If you can love without asking for return, or if you never care about what you have offered to somebody, then you will see yourself deeply into freedom. Without doubt, we clearly see freedom and unconditional love as our final destination. We feel bless, but only when we achieve this status."

Her inspirations come from traditional fold art and Thanka (a type of Tibetan painting depicting the Buddhism deity). She uses her paintbrush as a mechanism to relate her abstract thoughts and feelings onto canvas. Her paintings are not piled up randomly with content. The dreamy images created on the canvas resemble a magical cloud taken straight from a fairy tale.

Coco Chow, China

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“Rebirth”
Oil on Canvas
190 x 120 cm
2012

 


“Five Elements”
Oil on Canvas
100 x 100 cm
2013


“Ancient Secret of the Tree of Life”
Oil on Canvas
120 x 160 cm
2013


“A Love Letter for R”
Oil on Canvas
150 x 150 cm
2010


“The Big Band of Five Elements”
Oil on Canvas
120 x 160 cm
2013


“Goldfish”
Mixed Media/LED
Limited edition of 18 2012
Without stand: 35 x 30 x 10 cm

With stand 35 x 30 x 130 cm

Coco Chow is a young and emerging Chinese oil painter. She is eager, restless to find the meaning of life, the truth, love.  "All my paintings would like to communicate my expectations of life, and want to present the meaning of enlightenment through love. Love is not located in our brains. Love doesn't rely on tricky thoughts. If you can love without asking for return, or if you never care about what you have offered to somebody, then you will see yourself deeply into freedom. Without doubt, we clearly see freedom and unconditional love as our final destination. We feel bless, but only when we achieve this status."

Her inspirations come from traditional fold art and Thanka (a type of Tibetan painting depicting the Buddhism deity). She uses her paintbrush as a mechanism to relate her abstract thoughts and feelings onto canvas. Her paintings are not piled up randomly with content. The dreamy images created on the canvas resemble a magical cloud taken straight from a fairy tale.