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Wallflower by Henry Yang

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Wallflower (2017)

Henry Yang

37 x 60 cm | 14 x 23 in

Subject: Abstract
Tags: Geometry, Blue, Translucent, Pattern, Triangles

Original painting in oil on birch and oak panel.

"Wallflower is a direct reference to the four cardinal points. The lozenge shape has been used extensively in agriculture in order to promote growth in plants. Rather than planting in a grid system, a lozenge system enables more nutrient to be absorbed, encouraging growth. It is said that aside from maximising nutritional uptake, the pattern contained magical properties which helps plants grow. The Wallflower plant is four petaled, and prospers despite a lack of sunlight."


Henry Yang

Like a dreamy stained glass window, or a chord of rainbow scales...Henry Yang is an intrepid explorer, setting out to discover the ’code’ of the universe. He creates work that reflects the unseen mysteries of life: using sublime colours in synergy with clean-contoured geometry to create stunning representations of organic cells...

Yang uses a variety of sophisticated and effective tiling methods, which include: Penrose, Fibonacci, and 3-D referencing. One of his most intriguing pieces is ’Citrus Limon’ which takes its inspiration from an actual methane molecule; Yang transforms this molecule into an arrangement of opaline, lime-green, tetrahedrons. The art art itself seems to radiate light from within the canvas, truly spectacular.

Join Yang on his luminous exploration of the secret world of cells...

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