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Acrylic on paper, ready to hang.

Signed on the front.

This artwork comes with an external frame

PRESENCE OF MIND - NOW AND THEN
- Eucalyptus Tree Bark-
29/05/2019
by HSIN LIN


Artist Acrylic on 290 gsm Premium Canson Canvas-textured Paper.
Framed ready to hang.
Artwork size - 60 X 42 cm.
Framed size 62 x 45 X 3.5 cm.
Ready to Hang in wood frame.
Comes with a certificate of authenticity.
Pearl Powdered Pigments are used, it shines beautifully when you look at the physical painting.


Affirmation: I am that I am, I am presence.


I painted this artwork in a chill afternoon, inspired by a piece of fallen gum tree bark that I picked up during a walk into the woods.
Eucalyptus tree have a symbolic meaning as Healing and Protection, which is also my favourite tree.
This time I study the colour combination dance on the tree bark instead of the flowers that I usually paint.
The brown, beige, dark grey and a hint of blue blended in a perfect harmony on the solid tree bark, under the autumn sun, brings out the peace and tranquillity.


Artwork inspired by nature in Autumn, Bayswater, Melbourne, 2019.
-HSIN LIN


-WILD BOTANICAL ABSTRACT SERIES 2019 by H.Lin-


I am HSIN LIN, Full Time Artist based in Melbourne Australia, obsessed with the beauty of flowers.
From where I live in Bayswater, there is a big field of forest nearby.
My creating process normally start from a short walk into the woods, touching the texture of the barks, feeling the sunlight reflecting on the leaves and grasses.
I then collect whatever I found during the walk as inspiration.
Sometimes would be the gum tree, oak tree, pine tree leaves, or bird feathers; in autumn I have acorns, and wattles in winter. There's only one rule for my collecting process, never take from the living tree/life.
I collect what had fallen only, and those are the gift from the nature of the day for me.


Please enjoy the colourful world of my original painting.
If you love what you see, feel free to follow my profile to keep up with my latest work.
You may even discover a favourite artwork of mine to accompany your beautiful life journey.
Hope you find what you love and happy collecting!


Warmest regards,
H.Lin.

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Artist Acrylic on 290 gsm Premium Canson Canvas-textured Paper, Framed ready to hang, Each framed size 62 x 45 X 3.5 cm . Comes with a certificate of authenticity ,

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Framed and ready to hang

This artwork is currently framed and ready to hang.

It comes with an external frame.
Framed dimensions - 90.0(W) x 62.0(H).
Artwork dimensions - 84.0(W) x 60.0(H).

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Swoon and Bloom - Passion Flower
By HSIN LIN
15/09/2021
Artist Acrylic on Gesso primed canvas.
Artwork painted extends to all Sides. Ready to hang, D rings and wire attached at the back in gallery standard.
Comes with a certificate of authenticity. Sealed with clear varnish.
76 cm (H) x 51 (W) x 3cm (D)


Affirmation:
Listen with your heart, speak with love.



To experience the changing of the seasons and to present moments, it has become a routine of mine to paint the first bloom in my surrounding during its flowering season. This artwork is inspired by the Passion Vine that I spotted in my neighborhood closed to my art studio.
I was fascinated by those interesting fringed petals and splendorous tendrils; the white petals shine bright like precious gems under the sunshine.



Fun Fact of these unusual blossoms - Passion Flower Essence is used to purify and strengthen one’s connection to unconditional love even nowadays.
A Truly Special and Symbolic Gift- Passion Flower, was named by Roman Catholic priests In the 15th and 16th centuries for the Passion of Jesus Christ. There were old sayings that the flower's five petals and five petallike sepals represented the 10 faithful apostles. As for the circle of filaments in the center of the bloomsome, stands for the Crown of Thorns.



This artwork is painted during the lockdown, a special isolation diary that I wrote with my paintbrushes. Flowers always bloom in their own time without competing with other flowers. May we all bloom in our time in the best season.
Hope you enjoy this artwork of mine.



-Bloom like flowers -
In this signature series of mine, flowers as the object represent life itself to me.
Our own will to be alive, and the way we want to be alive.
While I carefully paint these tiny flower petals or built up those fine leaves’ vines, it is like the way we try to figure out those uncertainties, furthermore, to be able to be closer to the truth a little bit more.


Artwork inspired by nature in Bayswater, Melbourne, Spring, 2021. -HSIN LIN


Enjoy the time-lapse video of this artwork please visit:
https://youtu.be/ROYdMosDsrQ
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[Exhibitions]
-Nov 2021 Blossoms Of life by HSIN LIN- by Knox Immerse /City Council at MIllers Homestead, Melbourne.FEELS LIKE HOME - Silver Banksia 
By HSIN LIN 
02/05/2019 
70  x 50 X 1.5 cm 
Acrylic on Acid free Gesso primed Canvas 
Ready to hang 
Side panel painted: Black
Metallic Gold paint are used . It actually shines beautifully when you look at the physical painting.

Affirmation - You have nothing to lose, you have nothing to be afraid of , this is the place where you start.

Banksia marginata, also known as Silver Banksia,  Australian evergreen shrubs of the protea family.
Its natural occurrence is throughout from South Australia, Victoria and eastern New South Wales and Tasmania. Some forms have a lignotuber, which is a woody swelling at the stem base that regenerates after fire.

All banksias produce copious nectar and are ideal for attracting wildlife into gardens. Seeds are also eaten by cockatoos, particularly the Yellow-tailed Black Cockatoo.

-WILD BOTANICAL ABSTRACT SERIES 2019 by H.Lin-

Artwork inspired by nature at Royal Botanic Garden , Cranbourne, Autumn, 2019. -HSIN LIN

I am HSIN LIN , Full Time Artist based in Melbourne Australia , obsessed with the beauty of flowers . 
From where I live in Bayswater, there is a big field of forest nearby.
My creating process normally start from a short walk into the woods, touching the texture of the barks, feeling the sunlight reflecting on the leaves and grasses . 
I then collect whatever I found during the walk as inspiration. 
Sometimes would be the gum tree, oak tree, pine tree leaves, or bird feathers; in autumn I have acorns, and wattles in winter. There's only one rule for my collecting process, never take from the living tree/life. 
I collect what had fallen only, and those are the gift from the nature of the day for me.

This painting is painted after my visiting of Royal Botanic Garden in Cranbourne recently, as Banksia has a special place in my heart.  A brave, evergreen  native tree with the humbled strength. 
Hope you enjoy the colourful world of my original art too.

Warm Regards,
H.Lin

Enjoy the making of this artwork please visit : 
https://youtu.be/VJF07pBfgKU

Exhibition History :
-4th- 19th July 2019 -Artist Of The Month- HSIN LIN - Bloom Like flowers series @ Riot Art Eastland
-6th- 27th Oct 2019 Allan & Peg Lowe Prize Annual Exhibition @ The Hut Gallery
-Nov 2021 Blossoms Of life by HSIN LIN- by Knox Immerse /City Council at MIllers Homestead, Melbourne.White Has All the Possibilities - Frutteto Roses green and pink
29/01/2021
By HSIN LIN
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Artist Acrylic on Acid free stretched gallery wrapped canvas. 
Signed at front and ready to hang. 
D rings and wire attached at the back in gallery standard.
Artwork painted extend to all Side panels as photo shown.
Comes with certificate of authenticity.
Sealed with clear varnish.
50.8 (W) x 61cm (H) x 3.5 cm (D)
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Affirmation:
All the wonderful things in life begin in a simple moment and last an eternity.
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If you are familiar with my work, you may already know every year I spent several months studying one single object in my signature series - Bloom like flowers. Sometimes a single artwork can take over 6 months to complete depends on the size and how detailed it was. 
In this signature series of mine, flowers as the object represent life itself to me.
Our own will to be alive, and the way we want to be alive.
While I carefully paint these tiny flower petals, or built up those fine leaves’ vines, it is like the way we try to figure out those uncertainty, furthermore, to be able to be closer to the truth a little bit more.
I started this particular artwork around October 2020 and it had been staying on my easel for several months. If you look close enough, each tiny petal was built up by multiple layers. The process wasn’t an easy task but It’s a challenge that I always enjoyed.
It’s been a really long journey. I spent countless days studying those intricate details, sunny days and rainy days.
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This new variety of rose – Frutteto, is a light pink rose with light green exterior petals. 
The colour pink is often associated with appreciation, perfection and happiness. Pink elicits feelings of warmth, femininity, and love.
Colours also have a psychological influence. From all the colours, green symbolizes nature and the natural world. It is often thought to represent tranquillity, good luck, and health. 
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 As for white, for me, white has all the possibilities.
Bridal white, white canvas, a page of blank diary, and all the different colours enchanted on pure white petals with sunlight dance on it. 
The colour white symbolizing simplicity, a fresh start or a new beginning.
I remember once my collector asked me a specific question on my solo exhibition years ago – What is the most difficult flower that you’ve ever paint? 
I thought for a while and answered honestly – Personally I think white flowers are the most difficult object to paint, because colours changed under the light. White flowers are not just in white. It is also one of the reasons I love about it. Precision and a lot of practice are needed to depict delicate details.
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This artwork is inspired by an amazing rose bouquet that I spotted in the local market. Completed in Melbourne, Victoria, 2021 – The year of a new beginning.
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To browse the full collection in this series, welcome to link to my profile for other listings.
Hope you enjoy.
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Enjoy the time lapse video of this artwork please visit :
https://youtu.be/Np1uFiMmqPs
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EXHIBITIONS-
-7 - 24 MAY 2021 VAS AUTUMN SELECT EXHIBITION at The Victorian Artists Society 
-10th July -1st August 2021 Camberwell Art Show
-Nov 2021 Blossoms Of life by HSIN LIN- by Knox Immerse /City Council at MIllers Homestead, Melbourne.Beach Patrol - Seagull
10/02/2021
41cm (W) x 51cm (H) x 1.5cm (D)
By HSIN LIN
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Signed at front. Painted with palette knife and brushes.
Ready to hang - D rings and wire attached at the back.
Side panel painted: Blue
Artist Acrylic & Lace (Mix Media) on Gesso primed canvas. 
Comes with a certificate of authenticity.
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Affirmation: 
Stand still and hold your heart close to mine, I will keep you safe.
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Seagull symbolism means that there is always opportunity in everything, even in the most unlikely time / places. It Is also a reminding to us that everything has a purpose.
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As many of you may know I don’t paint birds very often, but when I do it’s normally a self-projection.
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After months of lock down in Victoria, I felt the ocean was calling me so I took a day trip to Phillip Island. During the lunch I set down on a quiet beach and spotted this beautiful friend standing beside me. 
The weather was nice and the sky was blue. This little fella accompanied me for quite some time and I really enjoyed the serenity by the sea with my new little friend. 
I captured the Seagull with my eyes and camera, somehow, I saw determination and unwavering courage in its eyes, it’s comforting in a way that I cannot describe. 
I then worked in my studio for this piece after the trip, sending days capturing this beautiful bird with my paint brushes and canvas, and finally have it completed.
Sharing this beautiful moment with you, hope you enjoy the latest piece of my animal series -THE VOICE OF NATURE SERIES -
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Artwork inspired by nature in Phillip Island, Victoria, Summer 2021.
-HSIN LIN
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Exhibition -
16 APR - 3 May VAS MARITIME EXHIBITION at The Victorian Artists Society.
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