Hyperrealistic statues bother you? So the creative that we are going to talk about today should bring you a touch of fantasy. Native Hong Kong, Johnson Tsang is an artist with a very particular profile who creates amazing sculptures. The principle is simple: Jonhnson reproduces human faces literally distorted by hands or external elements (vegetation, frames, buildings, water ...).
Far from the beaten path of realism, the ceramic works of Johnson Tsang are totally abstract and represent faces stretched, deformed or even cut in half. Old 58 years, Johnson Tsang has been working with ceramics for many years and these faces have become his hallmark today.
And yet, initially, nothing predestined him for this job. After studying commerce, Johnson Tsang made the discovery of the clay modeling in 1991. This art will become the passion of his life and he will decide to make it his job:"Clay seems so familiar to me, it listens to every word in my mind and does exactly what I expect from it. Each contact is soothing, I feel like touching human skin. I found peace and joy in this art " explains the artist.
Anyway, his fanciful ceramic creations can not leave you unmoved and we invite you without delay to go on his portfolio to learn more about this fascinating artist. And if the art of Johnson Tsang you are passionate, we can only invite you to discover the great creations of the artist Martin Debenham which makes a vibrant tribute to Nature with his wire sculptures.
Imagined by: Johnson Tsang