Hui Shu Wa (Sarah) is interested in working on narratives and image-making. Her works are often related to feelings, such as nostalgia and melancholy or the idea of solitude and belonging. Her creations became part of her journey of self-discovery. Sarah likes to use drawing to visualize the world in her mind. Experience and sentiments from daily life are often her inspirations, so are memories. Random thoughts from the mundane could be the spark of ideas, since she likes to observe and discover the hidden melody in life. She mainly focuses on graphic arts such as drawing, illustration and printmaking. She is still trying to experiment on different media to expand her visual language.
Pencil and crayon on paper
Look closer and you will discover something beyond the surface. These drawings are inspired from observing the stone.
Lost & Found
Pencil on paper
These drawings reflect the idea of being lost by forming narratives through connecting one scene to another with an object, like depicting the flow of mind.