CHRIS CHUN NEWS & EVENTS
CHRIS CHUN X MONSOON TEA
A new collaboration with Monsoon Tea
Water Tiger Limited Edition Mug
Chris has created a Limited Edition Mug to celebrate 2022 Year of the Tiger
HAPPY CHINESE NEW YEAR!
2022 is a year of positive changes, spontaneity and growth.
'INTO THE BLUE' New Exhibition
‘Into the Blue’ is my latest series of ocean themed paintings inspired by Chinese Blue & White Ceramics and Marine Life.
The Origin of the Chinese Zodiac
There are many different versions as to how the Chinese Zodiac was formed but the story always involves an emperor, a race and a friendship that dissolves into an eternal feud.
The Symbolism of Flowers
Each flower has its own different meaning which can vary between cultures. Here are 5 flowers that will help make this year’s Mother's Day gift special and unique… just like Mum.
Why Paintings Are Important In Feng Shui
One of the easiest ways to create harmony and positive chi around you, is to introduce Feng Shui artwork and paintings into the home.
Dimboola Olive Estate
Our new branding and labels for Dimboola Olive Estate - a small olive estate perched on the edge of the Little Desert National Park in Western Victoria.
FREE PRINT GIVEAWAY ON INSTAGRAM!
Instagram Giveaway - I'm giving readers a chance to win an A1 sized fine art print 'The Mandarin Tree in Celadon Green'. Printed on Japanese Awagami Handcrafted Washi Paper. Archival Print.
Thursday - Cat Portrait
Thursday is originally from Vanuatu and loves sitting outdoors in her favourite pink chair. Chris's cat portrait is filled with colour and tropical inspiration.
Ruby is a Box Terrier who has a Korean Father and Thai Mother. She provided the perfect canvas for a kaleidoscope of patterns, symbols, and cross cultural marriage. And her favourite toy provided a lovely touch of whimsy.
LUCKY Print Show in Sydney
As part of the 2020 Sydney Lunar Festival Program, Chris traveled to Sydney to present LUCKY featuring limited edition gold leaf prints of the 12 animals of the Chinese Zodiac. The exhibition was opened by the curator of the festival, Ms Valerie Khoo and was sponsored by AIX Provence Wines.
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