Following his signature landscapes work 'Everyday Landscapes' in which visual artist Jay Tang creates imaginative scenes using light and shadow from everyday materials, like paper and tissues, he presents his latest works 'Everyday Flora'. The shadow of a bag of leftover bread left would cast a flower-like shadow on the dinner table. This inspired him to experiment with cling foil and plastic bags to create a series of floral works that are both full of life, yet are very tender and fragile.
The artwork is printed on Hahnemühle Bamboo paper at 40x50 cm and framed in a wooden black floating frame. To be seen and purchased at the upcoming exhibition.