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Hong Kong Christmas Display

Hannah Davies is commissioned to create festive illustrations for exhibition and display on the Tsim Sha Tsui Centre and Empire Centre, Hong Kong.

Hannah's spectacular creations were transformed into Christmas decorations for the lighting show in Victoria Harbour where she was invited to be a part of the opening ceremony and interviewed about her work and inspiration. The event included a colouring session for school children and youth groups - where Hannah could collaborate with young artists from across the world.  She says "The inspiration for the lighting installation was the imaginative stories told to me as a child. I delved into my childhood memories of Christmas tales and discovered many magical adventures with reindeers . My grandmother used to tell me stories about reindeers flying though the sky spreading love, peace and hope at Christmas . I was also inspired greatly by detailed Christmas patterns. Decorative, dreamy fine lines. I looked into microscopic patterns of snowflakes and used this in my mural to create a beautiful scene."  Hannah was thrilled to be asked to create the artwork and showcase her work in a fantastic location, she continues "I really hope to inspire everyone at Christmas to spread love and peace all over the world. It's been a pleasure visiting Hong Kong, the hospitality has been outstanding and everybody is so friendly. The experience has helped me develop as an artist. Hong Kong has given me so much inspiration for future design projects. Thank you Hong Kong!" The display is showing until January 3rd.

 

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