Art in the Home of Furze Chan
Art in the home of Furze Chan
A: Art means to me…Art is a sudden impulse to create something; to fulfill a my desire to create something.
R: Reading books / blogs / magazines ...I almost finish reading a book written by Italo Calvino.The name of the book: If On A Winter's Night A travelerIt takes me a very long time to finish a novel in busy days, but I am always thankful that we are able to read stories written by people in the past. This is to me a valuable and exciting adventure.
T: Trends I see in art or graphic design are…I do not really see a trend in art or graphic design, things are going diverse nowadays in terms of the changing meaning on "beauty". However, there is a thing that I discovered. People are starting to revisit tradditional craftmanships, digging out the valuable treasures from the past. I think this is a good phenonmenon.
A: Artists I admire are...Morandi, van gogh, Edgar Degas, J.S. Bach, Federic Chopin, Michael Jackson...
N: Never will I ...forget to feed my pet...
D: Dreams for my own work are about...calmness and silence
P: Projects I'm currently working on are...I am working on a book-binding projects, trying to explore book forms as well as the meaning of visuals and texts.
R: Relaxing I do at / when / if...drinking coffee and chatting with my good friends; dancing; sitting down and doing nothing
I: Interesting art-places online are...some blogs i visit everyday:http://workspaces.tumblr.com/http://thegoldensmith.blogspot.com/http://ridesabike.tumblr.com/http://elasticnovice.com/http://art-glossary.com/
N: New in my home is...A coffee dripper. I am able to enjoy very smooth vietnam coffee at home now!
T: Tomorrow I like to go to...stay home to work on some book binding and drawings.
S: Studio, my studio is...a small room full of messy stuff...
Thank You Furze for sharing your walls and collections with us today. Would you like to see more of the work by Furze Chan than click here for her website and here for her shop. I have fallen in Love with the Animal Poetry by Furze... if you click here you probably understand why :)