Connie Man Wing Leung

b. Hong Kong

Man Wing currently lives and works in California, U.S.A
Influenced by Pineke Dijksta’s photography, the sublime portraits of Hans Holbein and Paolo Uccello and the precision of classical painting, Man Wing deliberately defies the authorities and norms of the contemporary art world by employing good old-fashioned oil painting technique in her series of hyper-realistic works on the subject of dogs, whose individual personalities she finds to be genuinely human.
Calculatedly arranged, aloof, commanding in nature, yet visually appealing and trendy in the style of cosmopolitan North American living, these series of bulldogs & chihuahuas are a body of work which isn’t about painting a genre of dog portrait but rather a deliberation to depict the experience of isolation and an eyebrow- raising subject such as dogs.
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Milo's Way (Black)

Acrylic & giclee on handmade acid free paper, 134 x 112 cm

Milo's Way (White)

Acrylic & giclee on handmade acid free paper, 134 x 112 cm

Sasha, Be It (White) 1

Acrylic & giclee on handmade acid free paper, 112 x 112 cm

Sasha, Be It (White) 2

Acrylic & giclee on handmade acid free paper, 112 x 112 cm

Cocker Spaniel (Edition 2-50)

Digital print on paper, 70 x 61 cm

Dalmatian (edition 2-50)

Digital print on paper, 69 x 61 cm

Pug (AP 1-4)

Digital print on paper, 68 x 59 cm

Borzoi

Oil on canvas, 183 x 153 cm

Chihuahua (edition 2-50)

Digital print on paper, 66 x 61 cm

Pitbull (AP 1-4)

Digital print on paper, 68 x 59 cm

Japanese Chin

Oil on canvas, 137 x 137 cm

Sasha, Be It (White)

Acrylic & giclee on handmade acid free paper, 41 x 41 cm

Dalmatian 2 (Edition 2:50)

Digital print on paper, 61.5 x 69.5 cm
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