Hai Shuet Yeung’s ‘crumpled paper’ technique makes brushwork almost redundant. His images challenge widely accepted notions of perspective, composition and scale. This is very evident in his abstract paintings which are accessible as ‘landscapes’, ‘moonscapes’ or fantastic magnifications of minute parts. Using the same technique he has created a series of landscape paintings which give a very different feel to anything previously seen.
Painted on Cinese art paper Xuan which is based on bamboo. Hai Shuet Yeung uses crumpled paper to paint as well as traditional Chinese brush and black ink, plus mixed media.