Sculpture relocation project for LCSD and APO, flexibility study, engineering design and lifting & reinstallation, March 2021

The project involved complete package of my art consulting work, from site survey, fixing method evaluation, lifting and relocation work design, methodology endorsement by RSE, to new stone plinth design and stability assurance for the new site reinstallation Continue reading Sculpture relocation project for LCSD and APO, flexibility study, engineering design and lifting & reinstallation, March 2021

Art creation project for Wetland Season Park, including paintings, art installation and decoration work in April 2021

I am so pleased to gain this opportunity working as exclusive art consultant for the entire project. Working with BTR Interior Designer Team, based upon the high level of art direction and budget, we offered and delivered a full package of consulting services ranging from artwork design, sourcing, production to onsite installation within a very tight lead time of only 3 months. Continue reading Art creation project for Wetland Season Park, including paintings, art installation and decoration work in April 2021

Article of World Sculpture News, vol 25, No. 2, 2019

Cover artist, sculptor, Samues Leung The Tradition and The Wabi Sabi In Sculpture Sculpture in all its forms, whether traditional figurative or materially experimental, whether naturalistic or romantic, offer up many challenges for the artist as well as the viewers. Samues Leung’s vision as a sculptor embraces both public sculpture and a sparking private wabi-sari narrative. His art touches the spirit which makes it stand … Continue reading Article of World Sculpture News, vol 25, No. 2, 2019

[A Flaneur moment in time] series #4

This series of photos taken in Australia 2020 during my previous road trip in East Coast from Melbourne, Bendigo, Albury, Canberra, Sydney and Newcastle…. and eventually back to Melbourne rahter than continue to Sunshin City as planned. Flaneur = Flânerie is “a moving photograph (un daguerréotype mobile et passioné) of urban experience”. Continue reading [A Flaneur moment in time] series #4