Tung Chung resident Agnes Pang is presenting her latest recycled artwork, A Green Spring, at Central MTR Station exit J, from April 24 to June 30. Using a variety of unwanted materials, such as foam nets and toilet paper rolls, Agnes creates pieces to demonstrate to the public that the “rebirth of garbage” can bring joy and happiness.
Pang has been promoting recycled art for six years, and her unique works have been featured in various media. She is also the founder of Draw 2 Art and Language Studio in Wanchai, providing language courses in English, Mandarin, Cantonese and Japanese, as well as art classes for adults and children.
Says Pang, “Besides teaching traditional drawing techniques and use of different media, we encourage students to recycle materials by using everyday items to make art craft. We hope they can learn to protect the environment through reusing and recycling.”
To see more of Pang’s artwork and find out about Draw 2 Art and Language Studio, visit www.draw-2.com.
Image: Courtesy of Agnes PangTags: Agnes Pang, recycled artwork, A Green Spring, Central MTR station, Draw 2 Art and Language Studio