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Dashes of Colour.

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These paintings by Yangyang Pan are a fidgety bunch. With moments of color that won’t seem to stay still, Yangyang Pan creates a lightweight exhibition of abstract nature. The Canada based painter conjure up “a visual language that expresses her inspiration taken from natural optical cues and infuses it with spirit and spontaneity sourced from emotions within.”

“Autumn Abstract Landscape”. (Courtesy of Yangyang Pan Autumn.)

Courtesy of Yangyang Pan Autumn.

“Abstract Landscape 8″. (Courtesy of Yangyang Pan Autumn.)

Courtesy of Yangyang Pan Autumn.

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