Having spent her early childhood in Hong Kong, the artist is currently in residency at Sarabande (the Alexander McQueen Foundation) in London. Her inaugural exhibition features a series of paintings on canvas and paper, as well as murals on the gallery walls. Exploring the concepts of good and evil through carefully-selected colour palettes and spiritual iconography, her colourful paintings feature angels and underwater creatures in dream-like landscapes, highlighting conflicting moral forces in today’s complex world.
fuchsia’s surreal and childlike paintings overflow with symbols of beauty and chaos, highlighting in particular the current issues on climate change. In her eyes, angels represent the deepest state of our core as humans – love, vulnerability and innocence – all things we regrettably gradually let go of when entering adulthood.