! Choose language
選擇你的語言
close  
 語言 

My blog More entries >

  • Support 'HONG KONG kaleidoscope'!

    Sunday, Nov 10, 2013 6:20PM / Members only

    Together with my fellow Instagramers at HK InstaYay, we are running a fundraising campaign in order to show 'HONG KONG kaleidoscope' Exhibition at the upcoming Very Hong Kong Festival in December.



    'HONG KONG kaleidoscope' is a two-section photo exhibition by HK InstaYay members featuring snapshots of all things Hong Kong taken by an eclectic group with very diverse backgrounds, ages, nationalities and professions - showing the many facets of Hong Kong. A special section by Pete Lang shows the parts of Hong Kong that might soon be gone forever. We hope this exhibition could help in cultivating and increasing our appreciation of Hong Kong and its people.

    Being a totally non-commercial, non-profit, labour-of-love kind of a project, we need as much help as we can get. This fundraising system is all or nothing. If we couldn't reach the minimum goal within the set time, we wouldn't receive any funding at all! Support in any kind would be greatly appreciated and we have prepared some unique rewards for our backers.

    Remember, every little bit counts: no contribution is too small!
    http://www.fringebacker.com/en/projects/hong_kong_kaleidoscope/







      19 views Share    

  • Soul Cleansing

    Tuesday, Feb 5, 2013 12:15PM / Members only

    Let's start the New Year with the Soul Cleansing group art exhibition at Sin Sin Fine Art in Hong Kong until end of February 2013. If you are in town, please drop by!

     photo 201301-SoulCleansing-InvitationCard-Web.jpg

    Soul Cleansing - Sin Sin Fine Art #54 photo 20130131_173746.jpg
    I share the space with Chinese artist Sun Guangyi and Macanese video artist, Alice Kok at the gallery No.54.

     photo 20130118_170511.jpg
    Alice Kok's video work.

    I am showing my latest works, "Moments.Arrested." there.

    Moments.Arrested. - LieFhung photo LieFhung_MomentsArrested_SC041.jpg

    Moments.Arrested. - LieFhung photo LieFhung_MomentsArrested_SC040.jpg

    Moments.Arrested. - LieFhung photo LieFhung_MomentsArrested_SC03.jpg

    Moments.Arrested. - LieFhung photo LieFhung_MomentsArrested_SC07.jpg

    Moments.Arrested. - LieFhung photo LieFhung_MomentsArrested_SC08.jpg

    Moments.Arrested. - LieFhung photo LieFhung_MomentsArrested_SC01.jpg

    Maria Lobo's paintings at the gallery #53.
    Soul Cleansing - Sin Sin Fine Art #53 photo 20130117_112642-1.jpg

    Hiromi Miyakita's drawings at the gallery #53.
    Soul Cleansing - Sin Sin Fine Art #53 photo 20130131_173922.jpg

    Wong Wing Tong's paintings at the gallery #54.
    Soul Cleansing - Sin Sin Fine Art #53 photo 20130131_173938.jpg

    See more photos of my new work, "Moments. Arrested." HERE

      46 views Share    

  • First firing in 2011: A New Work in Progress

    Monday, Feb 28, 2011 8:10PM / Members only

    I am so excited to have my kiln up and running again!
    Starting a new project with porcelain which is very challenging. It is a commissioned work for a residential mansion so I can't just create whatever pleases me. I have to also take into consideration my client's preferences, expectations and needs because she is the one who will look at the art work every day - not to mention that she is also the one who finances the work! Finding the right balance could be tricky, but I am hopeful :)

    Here are some snapshots from the first firing session. My kiln is small, it is a 'plug and play' top loading PotteryCrafts kiln called the 'Mercury'. It is capable to fire up to 1300ºC and is programmable with the electric controller. Now, the porcelain pieces are very thin, so to prevent slumping/shape deformation, I had to support them with kaolin powder. They are fired to 1280ºC and I am pleased with the result. It did take a lot of patience and effort to scrape the kaolin powder off of the fired pieces and it got somewhat stuck to them. All had to be done very very carefully because of the delicate and intricate shapes of the pieces. I think it took me almost 2 hours just to clean up a couple of the porcelain pieces! Next time I'll try different supporting method.



    Well, this is just one of the many components that I will have to make to form the actual work which will constructed out of many pieces like this one. Each will be handmade one by one, so each piece will be different - although they all will still be within the same concept. More firing sessions are lining up!

    BTW, the greatest thing about this project is that working on it has given me inspirations for my next personal project!

      222 views Share    

  • Just My Type

    Monday, Feb 21, 2011 3:42PM / Members only



    This is my latest favorite book! I regretted when I finished reading it because I wanted to read more! It is full of little stories about all those fonts whose name and look are so familiar and yet I didn’t know much if at all about their designer or how they came about into being. It is like reading about your dear old friends – so familiar – that you are so fond of, and yet knew very little about their life and history. It’s like getting to know your friends – that is, your favorite fonts – better. There are struggles, impressive feats and funny bits. You’d respect real font designers even more.

    Simply put, it is entertaining and informative, a delight to behold too – set in beautiful fonts! If you like fonts, enjoy working with them, then get this book. You won’t regret it.

    (Thanks to my thoughtful husband who gifted this book to me :). He definitely knows me very well!).


      228 views Share    

  • Balance

    Sunday, Feb 20, 2011 2:28PM / Members only

    ‘Balance’ is my word for 2011. It might look like a simple word, but it is a loaded one – very tricky to achieve, and even more difficult to maintain. Because guess what? It is not a static condition in which once you achieve it, you then could passively keep it. No. It is fluid, always on the move. It is something that you have to keep on nurturing in everything you do.

    For myself, balance means to focus more into the process of things – of doing, of working, of creating, of living. That is, rather than focusing on the end result... Taking my time immersing myself in THE moment without worrying about the passing of time. Easier said than done, obviously. But we can always try, can't we!



      211 views Share    

  • More entries >

My guestbook More comments >

  • Please login or sign up for FREE in order to add a comment.

  • posted on Monday, Apr 30, 2012 10:27PM  [Report]
    眼睛很大很亮····很睿智的感觉··
  • Official artist 
    posted on Sunday, Nov 13, 2011 2:55PM  [Report]
    Are you enjoying your weekend ? : ]
  • posted on Thursday, Dec 30, 2010 1:37AM  [Report]
    Happy New Years from everyone at alivenotdead.com!
  • Official artist 
    posted on Sunday, Dec 26, 2010 10:59PM  [Report]
    Hi Girl, It was great to meet u in person the other day. U R so nice. Thank u so much for the links and so sorry for the delay to reply.
    Hope we can have chance to meet again soon.
    Take care
    Big Kisssssss
  • Official artist 
    posted on Thursday, Dec 2, 2010 12:33PM  [Report]
    Hi Lie Fhung, Nice to meet u!!!
    Thanks for the comment and the add.
  • posted on Saturday, Oct 23, 2010 7:03PM  [Report]
    Hi
    great to meet you! love your work... your dream signifier object project sounds really cool! please feel free to comment on my work
  • posted on Thursday, Sep 9, 2010 12:06PM  [Report]
    Hi! Greeting from Hong Kkong Youth Art Foundation (HKYAF)! Nice to meet you!!
    Let's ROCK the Art together!!
  • posted on Tuesday, Aug 31, 2010 1:19AM  [Report]
    Wow speak malay....

    Apa khabar ^^..glad to share ur life profile

    All de best!!!...on ur cming HK event.
  • posted on Wednesday, Aug 18, 2010 9:33AM  [Report]
    Xie Xie

    I am so pleased to Welcome You
  • posted on Monday, Aug 9, 2010 8:14AM  [Report]
    ٩(••)۶ ٩(-̮̮̃• )۶ ٩͡[๏̯͡๏]۶,Oh, my God
  • posted on Friday, Jul 30, 2010 9:56AM  [Report]
    Great!!! welcome to visit my blog..
  • posted on Monday, Jul 19, 2010 2:43PM  [Report]
    Please come and be my AnD FRIEND too
  • Official artist 
    posted on Tuesday, Jun 29, 2010 6:56PM  [Report]
    Great Profile!

    Welcome to AnD

    Just passing by... Keep rocking!
  • Official artist 
    posted on Monday, Jun 28, 2010 6:44PM  [Report]
    welcome and good luck with the project, who knows, maybe I will contribute! Check out my style at www.capism.se

    Pz
  • posted on Wednesday, Jun 16, 2010 3:39PM  [Report]
    Your Welcome! Have a blessed week ahead! Take care and all the best! :)
  • posted on Wednesday, Jun 16, 2010 10:05AM  [Report]
    Jie2 ni hao =)
  • posted on Monday, Jun 14, 2010 2:25PM  [Report]
    Welcome to become my friend, one day.
  • Official artist 
    posted on Monday, Jun 14, 2010 1:02PM  [Report]
    I like your work too. Hope to see them upclose in future. One of my hobby is Visiting galleries and museums. But I'm not a hard cord art person. I like abstract art mostly and installation too.
  • posted on Monday, Jun 14, 2010 11:44AM  [Report]
    Thanks for the visit and welcome to AnD
  • posted on Monday, Jun 14, 2010 10:25AM  [Report]
    Sometimes it is necessary to be reclusive in order to be creative, yet in due season, that creativity will blossom.
  • More comments >

Stats

  • A hermit who loves to create, Lie Fhung was born and grew up in Jakarta, Indonesia and now live in Hong Kong...

    More

  • Occupation:  SculptorPainterGraphic Designer
  • Gender: Female
  • Total visits: 11,114

RSS feed

    Share 分享到:


alivenotdead spotlight

Shout box

Please first sign in or sign up for FREE to post to the Shout Box.

Archived shouts

Help support Lie Fhung. Get registered to join their fan network, create your own profile, and connect with other friends and artists.