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Wayne K Mow's Gallery

Wayne K Mow

I have always had a passion for art since I was a child. I am constantly fascinated and inspired by the colours and forms of nature and the beauty that surrounds us each day and I am thankful for such a blessing! I believe sometimes in life the simplest things can also be the most beautiful! 

I have an interest and passion in both Western and Asian art styles with their unique aesthetics and symbolism. My Japanese works are influenced and inspired directly by the unique beauty of Japanese aesthetics found in their traditional paintings, arts and culture. The Asian writing in the corner of some of my paintings is my Chinese given name. This name is also my official middle name. The top character is pronounced ‘Mow’ which is my surname. The next two characters below is pronounced ‘Kinhon’ in Cantonese Chinese, or ‘Kenko’ in Japanese. 

Thank you very much for visiting my page and taking a look at my work…I really appreciate it!  I wish you all Peace, Love and Happiness in your lives!



Awards and Recognition

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Exhibitions

Solo exhibition titled ‘Timeless Geisha’ - Glebe, New South Wales in 2006

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I studied art at UWS Nepean in Kingswood, New South Wales. I received my Bachelor of Visual Arts degree in 1996. 

I studied the Arts of Asia Course at the Art Gallery of New South Wales in 2000.


 

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