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Conrad Hong Kong Charity Sales

The “Art & Hope” charity campaign is hosted by Conrad Hong Kong in commemoration of the hotel 30th anniversary milestone, featuring the artworks by Russian palette-knife artist Anna Salenko. With the elements of passion, colour and joy of life, she has drawn inspiration from the ten-day staycation as she captures the glorious moments and happenings around the hotel through her paintings.

The proceeds of the sale of paintings will be donated to Make-A-Wish Hong Kong for creating life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses.

 

ABOUR ANNA SALENKO (@annasalenko_art)

Born in Vladivostok, Russia, Anna Salenko has discovered her immense passion in art when she studied in Institute of European Design in Italy. She has chosen palette knife as her faithful companion to help her express the accumulated impressions and fond memories through paintings as she travelled around other culturally-rich European countries, such as Italy and France. After graduation, she returned settled in south of China and currently lives and works in Hong Kong. Her artworks are featured in a variety of art exhibitions, including 2013 Canton Art Fair, 2013 International Art Fair, Shanghai, 2013-20 Solo Art Show Vladivostok, Russia and recently 2020 Muse Gallery Hong Kong.