Imp Tsui yun Hung ©
Imp Tsui yun Hung is a woman of many talents. Not only is she a remarkable ceramicist producing amazing tiles which we have enjoyed over the past few days, but she also teaches and engages in Taiwanese tea making ceremonies.
Like many artists Imp spend a good deal of her time imparting her artistic talent onto others. Here we see her at work as a teacher. Being one of her students must be a most wonderful and inspiring experience.
Imp Tsui Yun Hung at work as a teacher ©
We know Imp Hung as a ceramicist and I am sure you will be interested to see the intricate and time consuming process taken to produce just one tile in the unique Imp Hung style. The tile being made is The Dream.
Carving "The Dream" composition onto wet clay by Imp Hung©
"The Dream" after bisque~ Imp Hung©
"The Dream" painting the underglaze ~ Imp Hung©
"The Dream" with colour added and clear glaze ~ Imp Hung©
"The Dream" Finish glaze is applied and final firing ~ Imp Hung©
"The Dream" showing detail of the carving ~ Imp Hung©
These images of Imp at work highlight the delicate touch she brings to her creativity - and the joy she feels as exemplified in her face.
We conclude today with two of Imp's tiles of The Sower based on the painting by Van Gogh. For me it is these works that best represent Imp Hung and her remarkable creative mission: she is sowing ideas and inspiration in others.