Qing Gan (Betty)

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“Innocence,” is a series of works that examines the various facets of innocence and the ways in which it can be lost or regained, including familial relationships, love, human interaction, and the relationship between humans and nature. The works in the series share a common thread of exploring the complexities of innocence and human nature. In her illustrations, Betty explores the intersection between history, and macabre humor. Her pieces often depict contradictory emotions or ideas, such as innocence and violence, or childhood nostalgia and darkness. By using humor and satire, she hopes to encourage the viewers to question their perceptions of innocence and to contemplate the layers and complexities of humanity.

The Death of a Bird, Print on canvas, 21 x 28″, 2023
Indoor Sea, print on canvas, 16 x 20”, 2022
Cat Family, print on canvas 17×22, 2022
Cat Girl, Print on Canvas, 6 x 7.5”, 2023


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Betty Gan is a Vancouver-based artist and illustrator whose work is inspired by her upbringing in China and her subsequent experiences living and studying in Canada. Her multi-disciplinary art includes illustrations, oil paintings, ceramics, and photography. Gan’s art is deeply personal and reflects her own experiences and emotions, influenced by classical Renaissance art and surrealism.

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