9 Rocks

9 Rocks 183 x 183 cm, 61 x 61cm each
9 Rocks 183 x 183 cm, 61 x 61cm each

Fan Dongwang 2004. Winner Art On The Rocks Prize. Collection Sydney Foreshore Authority.

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9 Rocks #1, 61 x 61 cm
9 Rocks #1, 61 x 61 cm

Fan Dongwang

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9 Rocks #2, 61 x 61 cm
9 Rocks #2, 61 x 61 cm

Fan Dongwang. The Sydney Bridge.

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9 Rocks #3, 61 x 61 cm
9 Rocks #3, 61 x 61 cm

Fan Dongwang

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9 Rocks #5, 61 x 61 cm
9 Rocks #5, 61 x 61 cm

Fan Dongwang

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9 Rocks #8, 61 x 61 cm
9 Rocks #8, 61 x 61 cm

Fan Dongwang. Toy Museum.

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9 Rocks #7, 61 x 61 cm
9 Rocks #7, 61 x 61 cm

Fan Dongwang. Street

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9 Rocks #6, 61 x 61 cm
9 Rocks #6, 61 x 61 cm

Fan Dongwang. Imperial Peking Chinese Restaurants.

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9 Rocks #4, 61 x 61 cm
9 Rocks #4, 61 x 61 cm

Fan Dongwang

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9 Rocks #9, 61 x 61 cm
9 Rocks #9, 61 x 61 cm

Fan Dongwang

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9 Rocks Installation View
9 Rocks Installation View

Fan Dongwang

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Chinese Australian artist Fan Dongwang's 9 Rocks painting won the Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority’s 2004 Art on The Rocks Prize. It depicts multiple scenes at Sydney landmark the Rocks. Using a Chinese multiple perspective approach, Dr Fan, who holds a PHD in Creative Art from the University of Wollongong, was judged the best from a pool of 61 artists short-listed from more than 400 submissions. “I am very happy to have participated in Art on The Rocks this year. I am attracted to The Rocks with its many heritage buildings. I prepared for my painting by walking around The Rocks and looking at the buildings from different perspectives,” said Dr Fan.

 

All paintings are acrylic on canvas.