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Coffee portraits (painting with coffee)
Coffee portraits
Painting with a cuppa Coffee... 

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Materials: Coffee, ink, Calligraphy brush ☕

Coffee Portraits painted with a cuppa coffee (wet on wet techniques)
☕ Coffee portraits/ A collection of coffee paintings by artist Anita Yan Wong
Coffee portrait #4 🌹
Coffee portrait #5 🌹
Coffee portrait #3 🌹
Coffee portrait #1 🌹
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​Artist Bio
​Anita Yan Wong, M.F.A., is an Asian American painter best known for her expressive brush strokes and unique style of  “Contemporary Traditional" paintings that defies tradition and modernity. The artist, living and taught at UC Berkeley S.F. extension California in recent years, is a 4th generation Lingnan painter (which originated in southern China in the late 19th century, known for the fusion of mastering modern Chinese, Japanese and Western painting approaches.). Wong worked as an art Professor for over 14 years at MICA, SVA and Temple University before returning to a sole focus on her art in 2015. Her works are currently featured Internationally on over 50 Traditional and Hip Cultural Blogs & Art Magazines including N.Y. Arts, ESPN, Disney Inc., Daily Arts Magazine, Flower Magazine, Art Dependence Magazine, My Modern Met, KTSF Channel 26 News Interview and a cover story of Works & Conversations 2017. The artist was awarded first place wall art by “Design within Reach” in Design Philadelphia Award; "Excellent Scholars" from Maryland Institute College of Art & "Teaching excellence honor" from the art Institute. Wong's work is researched by Academics; Art historians and Phd students Internationally, such as University of Naples L'Orientale, Italy and the Phd Department of history of art and archaeology, University of London. She has collaborated with MAHB, Stanford University with the goal of preserving Lingnan Guo Hua and the beauties in nature. Yale University's China Hands Magazine described her paintings as “Traditional art form that questions the modern minds.”
Enjoy a cuppa COFFEE Portrait today! ☕☕☕
Coffee portraits (painting with coffee)
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Coffee portraits (painting with coffee)

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