Hong Kong Building #1 | 8" x 10" | 11" x 14" | A3
Original digitally drawn art prints in a colour block style that celebrate iconic Hong Kong buildings in the Sheung Wan District. This district is special because of its proximity to Central and its diversity of the old & the new you are equally likely to come across a dried seafood stall as swish galleries & fancy restaurant. One of my favourite areas to explore.
When you think of Hong Kong, you immediately conjure images of the iconic skyline views with towering modern skyscrapers and neon lights. This is one side of Hong Kong but the other more gritty side is my favourite, the old Hong Kong with winding alleys and narrow streets.
- Sizes available: 8" x 10" / 20.32 x 25.4cm - 11" x 14" / 27.94cm x 35.56cm - 11.7" x 16.5" / 29.7cm x 42cm
- Frames are available in 3 different colour options (Black, White or Natural Wood)
- PROFESSIONAL gallery quality framing (made to order)
- All frames are mounted with matt board rounding and frames
- Framed prints ONLY available for Hong Kong delivery
- For framed prints please allow 2 weeks for local delivery
- For prints please allow 1 week for local delivery
- You're welcome to contact us and confirm production lead time before ordering
Lindsey McAlister, OBE, JP
Lindsey was born in the UK, she has lived & created in Hong Kong for 36 years.
Currently Lindsey lives with her husband in a bright orange village house in Sai Kung.
As the founder of the ‘Hong Kong Youth Arts Foundation’, she has been a pioneer in the arts in Hong Kong for the past 30 years, her work has focused primarily on the performing arts, writing, directing & producing.
Lindsey explains “I’m a mixed media artist who works both digitally and on handmade collages. I blend multiple genres of visual art to produce exciting combinations of images, materials, and textures. I use motivational & inspirational quotes & text in my work to empower & inspire. Much of my work is strongly influenced by my time in Hong Kong, I consider myself a Hong Konger & plan on being here forever!”
She continues “The beauty of the arts is starting with a blank page (or stage) & filling it with ideas & creativity, by experimenting & exploring we create magical & emotive accidents.”
Lindsey had the honour of being recognised in 2006 as an Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) for her commitment & contribution to UK arts overseas.