“There is beauty and artistic necessity in an unconfined illumination of expression. My vision floats unencumbered, as I present images to
entice and engage the viewer.

Chloe Ho

With ‘Unconfined Illumination’, Hong Kong-based contemporary ink artist Chloe Ho demonstrates the use of a diversity of mediums, techniques and subject matters.

As an emerging artist, born in the 1980s in California and growing up in Hong Kong, Ho flows between ink, acrylic, coffee and charcoal. Influenced by both Eastern aesthetics and Western modern art, she dips Chinese brushes into coffee and ink, uniting abstraction with imagery of Shan Shui nature. Through dynamic and energetic brush strokes, Ho’s work melds Chinese tradition, modernity and bold mediums.

Chloe’s artwork can be seen throughout Rosewood London from the iconic Grand Pavonazzo marble staircase to the Lobby. The exhibition ‘Unconfined Illumination’ will be on show until the end of November.

Contact details:

Sophie Kempson, 3812 Gallery
E: sophie.kempson@3812cap.com