Hong Kong Art: Visual Archive
|Thorpe, Renee Melchert 霍雲妮|
|Name in pinyin: Huo Yunni|
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|Place of birth: Illinois, U.S.A.|
|Art Medium: collage making,digital art,painting|
|Thorpe grew up in an environment dominated by art, since her father is a sculptor. She studied art from an early age and experimented with many media. Primarily, she specializes in drawing, collage making and painting. However, she has become more concentrated on computer printmaking since she moved to Hong Kong in 1989. Since her arrival in Hong Kong, Thorpe has participated in many local exhibitions including the Contemporary Hong Kong Art Biennial Exhibition of 1992.|
|Untitled #2 (1988) Oil on masonite 41x39cm||Celebratory Fish - II (1994) Ink on paper||Things Are Looking Up (1994) Acrylic & metal leaf on wood||Passing Through (1995) Acrylic on canvas|
|Slave (1998) Ink, acrylic, oil pencil on paper & silk||Moor's Moon (1998) Acrylic, ink, paper collage on paper on silk||Art History in Hong Kong III (1998) Paper collage on silk||Trying to Return (1999) Ink, paper in Chinese painting on silk 12x20.25cm|
|Everybody Buddha - I (Not dated) Acrylic & paper on canvas|
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|Official artist website: http://www.reneethorpe.com|
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Last updated: 3 July, 2020.