"This is so stunningly beautiful. It takes my breath away," said Princess Karen Cantrell of Ms. Chen's artwork.
LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) February 23, 2023
Lydia Hong Chen, a celebrated Chinese singer and light artist, has been appointed as the International Advisor for Light Art for the LABA International Art Festival 2022-2023. She was honored with this appointment during her attendance at the LA Art Show in Los Angeles on February 19th.
The LA Art Show kicked off with a VIP reception and ended on February 19th with a closing ceremony attended by Todd Williamson, co-chairman of LABA International Art Festival, Lisa Schulte, Harrison Engle, co-chairman of LABA International Art Festival, and Marisa Caichiolo, LABA advisor. During the ceremony, Ms. Chen was presented with an appointment letter on the red carpet by Todd Williamson.
Lisa Schulte, an internationally renowned light artist, commended Lydia Hong Chen's work as a light artist and expressed her admiration for her art.
Princess Karen Cantrell, chairman of the Royal Society of Saint George, California Branch, also praised Lydia Hong Chen's work and commented on her social media platform, "This is so stunningly beautiful. It takes my breath away."
Aside from being a successful singer, Lydia Hong Chen is also a talented light artist who recently founded the Metaverse Art Museum in Shenzhen, China. The museum was built to showcase her work as a light artist, but she also serves as the art consultant of Shenzhen Railway Real Estate Group and is dedicated to creating multimedia digital visual art for Shenzhen Metro and Metro Real Estate. The combination of Shenzhen Metro's high-tech subway and metaverse digital visual art provides a unique opportunity for people to travel through virtual and reality.
One of her most notable works is the Shenzhen Eye, a world-class subway station built by the Shenzhen Metro Group. It is a digital multimedia visual art feast created by Lydia Hong Chen's visual art team from the Metaverse Art Museum, in collaboration with Shentie Real Estate Group's endless travel. The station serves as a check-in place for modern young people and an exhibition hall for enterprises and governments to visit and study.
Lydia Hong Chen's appearance at the LA Art Show is of significant symbolic importance to her, and she regards it as the third turn in her life. She has transitioned from being a famous singer to a documentary director for fifteen years, and now to a multimedia digital visual artist with an independent spirit and global recognition.
At the LA Art Show, Lydia Hong Chen visited various art exhibits, and several gallery managers expressed interest in her light art, both in Europe and the US. She also had the opportunity to meet and network with various other artists, including Daniel Amescua, an artificial intelligence art designer, Lisa Schulte, a neon light artist, and Marisa Caichiolo, the founder of the Building Bridges Art Exchange.The appointment of Lydia Hong Chen as the International Advisor for Light Art at the LABA International Art Festival is a testament to her artistic prowess and her ability to inspire others. Her presence at the LA Art Show was an exciting opportunity for art enthusiasts and a significant moment in her career as a light artist.
About the Los Angeles Beverly Arts (LABA) and the LABA Los Angeles International Art Festival
The Los Angeles Beverly Arts (LABA) and the LABA Los Angeles International Art Festival, along with the Beverly Arts Online Exhibition, bring together artists from all over the world to display their work in a virtual gallery. Visitors can enjoy the artwork of some of the world's most talented and unique artists, who have been carefully selected to participate in this event. The exhibit is open at all times and can be accessed at http://www.thebeverlyarts.com for more information.