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I Winterlude I In Search of Yi I Asia Contemporary Art Show 2013 I Asura I
I Fires in the North I Fragile I Small Is Good I Mountains and Water I Silk Road I
I Melody in Colours I Hong Kong ArtWalk 2013 I The Trace of Flash I Spring · Water I
I Egocentric Speech I Asia Hotel Art Fair HK 2013 I Melt I Architecture Sketch-book I

Art Beatus (Vancouver) Consultancy Ltd., November 15, 2013 - Janurary 17, 2014 | top |


Art Beatus (Vancouver) is pleased to present “Winterlude”, our winter holiday group exhibition featuring a special selection of works by a few of our gallery artists.  For this festive holiday season, we are celebrating with works that speak of wonderment for the world around us.

Art Beatus Hong Kong (Peel Street), October 3 - 25, 2013 | top |

In Search of Yi

The title of this exhibition, In Search of Yi, on the one hand pays tribute to Lo Shyh-charng's years of untiring devotion to Yishu (art) and on the other hand highlights his expressionistic capturing of Yijing (artistic conception of a scenery) on his paintings.

JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong, October 3 - 6, 2013 | top |

Asia Contemporary Art Show Hong Kong 2013

Art Beatus (Hong Kong) is pleased to announce its participation in Asia Contemporary Art Show from October 3 - 6, 2013.

Art Beatus Hong Kong (Peel Street), September 5 - 25, 2013 | top |


The widespread ecological pollution and destruction as well as the worsening of the moral and social corruption around the world and particularly in China have pained Wang Xunliang.  He is angry because these evil deed are frequently committed by persons in high places and Wang named these culprits Asuras.

Art Beatus (Vancouver) Consultancy Ltd., August 23 - November 1, 2013 | top |

Fires in the North

Although the northern lights has been studied and can now be explained in scientific terms, one cannot escape the feeling of awe that is inspired by this phenomenon.  According to Yuichi Takasaka, “My love of colours in nature led me to my love affair with the Aurora Borealis…These Lights became a part of my life.”

Art Beatus Hong Kong (Peel Street), August 8 - 28, 2013 | top |


To artist Wong Fung-chi, a heap of shattered tempered glass does not signal an end to its usefulness.  With her these granular lumps will have a second life as they become the basic material for her glamorous recreations.

Art Beatus Hong Kong (Peel Street), July 5 - 27, 2013 | top |

Small Is Good

Small Is Good is our summer group exhibition of 2013 featuring a selection of smaller scale work from a few of our represented gallery artists.

Art Beatus (Vancouver) Consultancy Ltd., June 12 - August 9, 2013 | top |

Mountains and Water

Love of nature, love of natural surroundings, love of quietness...
Love of simplicity of Chinese water colour paintings, with an undemanding heart, it seems like the natural scenery of Guilin, the incessant exchanges between the deep blue tiles and the white walls, appreciated by the blazing sun, forming a simple and pristine beauty of the world, and that is the interchangeable state of mountains and waters.
  -Water Poon

Art Beatus Hong Kong (Peel Street), June 6 - 27, 2013 | top |

Silk Road

Wu Gang has devoted himself totally to painting and chronicling the Silk Road. His dedication has taken him to cities inside China that were affiliated with the ancient silk trades, either cities en route to the Middle East or ports where the marine silk route had visited.

Art Beatus Hong Kong (Peel Street), May 9 - 30, 2013 | top |

Melody in Colours

"After an adventure into a world of black and white brushstrokes years ago, this time the beauty of flowers attract me," Alex Shou said in his artist's statement.  "This simple subject has grace, peace and elegance that can only be created by God's mighty touch.  I admire its natural simplicity as well as the fresh colors.  The joy of painting them is simple but sincere."

Art Beatus Hong Kong (Peel Street), April 18, 2013 | top |

Hong Kong ArtWalk 2013

Art Beatus (Hong Kong) is pleased to announce its participation in Hong Kong ArtWalk 2013.  The gallery will open its doors from 4:30pm - 11:30pm on April 18, 2013.  Featuring work from artists Ban Wei, Park Kyung-Sun, Kiyoko Yamaguichi and Stephanie Ho.

Art Beatus Hong Kong (Peel Street), April 11 - 30, 2013 | top |

The Trace of Flash

Ban Wei’s ink paintings are configurations of free flowing human torsos laden with graphic symbols, familiar and otherwise. Creating his paintings with both hands working at the same time, Ban says that the two brushes together balance his creative world and form the oneness that he strives for.

Art Beatus (Vancouver) Consultancy Ltd., April 5 - May 31, 2013 | top |

Spring · Water

Painting is life meditation for June Yun; it calms and comforts. "Water gives me softness and peacefulness, and of course water is so beautiful. It can be many different forms and colours. Sometimes water is a dancing snowflake, sometimes a crystal like ice; sometimes in the sky, a flying cloud, and sometimes it wraps us in fog. It can be fresh, transparent, blue, pink, green, gold, grey, giving me my palette for this new body of work."

Art Beatus Hong Kong (Peel Street), March 7 - 28, 2013 | top |

Egocentric Speech

Park Kyung-sun paints to heal wounds that exist inside her as well as to create for herself new possibilities in life.  She paints all her works in soft pastel colours and embodies them with symbols and emotions, very much like a little girl trusting you with secrets in a gentle voice.

Asia Top Gallery Hotel Art Fair, February 22 - 24, 2013 | top |

Asia Hotel Art Fair HK 2013

Art Beatus (Hong Kong) is pleased to announce its participation in Asia Top Gallery Hotel Art Fair from February 22 - 24, 2013.

Art Beatus (Vancouver) Consultancy Ltd., January 18 - March 15, 2013 | top |


Warm up with sumi-ink paintings by Janice Wong, oil paintings on canvas by June Yun, watercolour woodblock prints by Li Zhong Xiang, photography and video by Yuichi Takasaka, and oil paintings on canvas by Shyh-Charng Lo.

Art Beatus Hong Kong (Peel Street), January 10 - 31, 2013 | top |

Architecture Sketch-book

Kiyoko Yamaguchi specializes in drawing historic buildings in watercolour.  While doing the detailed rendering and colouring each space, she always thinks and feels as if she is constructing the architecture or the scenery.

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