Thursday, March 27, 2014

New Paintings by Allan Chow

Available at www.leopoldgallery.com
Available at www.leopoldgallery.com

For more information about the artist, visit www.allanchow.com

For more information about the artist, visit www.allanchow.com

Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Red Dirt Shop presents Prairie Sunrise by Allan Chow

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As close friends who share many ideologies, perhaps the most resounding is our belief in "to whom much is given, much is expected." Through both our volunteer work and our careers with nonprofits, we’ve been touched by the lives we've encountered. Our journeys have led us to people who are defined by poverty, disease, war, loneliness and uncertainty about the future. But we've also witnessed hope, joy, ingenuity and community. It was after we both returned from Africa in early 2012 that our limitations became clear.
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ALLAN CHOW

What type of media did you use to create your artwork?

I use traditional oil paint on canvas. My tool of choice is a palette knife. The palette knife allows me to build my expressionistic and bold paint strokes.

Can you tell us a little about your selected design?

"Prairie Sunrise" is part of a triptych series inspired by majestic Flint Hills. The most vivid memory of the prairie is during my trip to the Symphony in the Flint Hills. I remember the perpetual landscape moving with the music provided by the Kansas City Symphony. It was magical!

Who or what inspires your work?

My beautiful wife, Hannah, nature, life and God's calling. There is just so much to say with my work and I am so thankful and blessed for the positive and inspiring messages they provide admirers of my work.

Do you have a favorite museum?

No. I actually have TWO. Our Nelson-Atkins Museum and the National Art Gallery in London by far moved me.

What would your desert island playlist include?

Salsa music for sure. Some of my favorite musicians are Hector Lavoe and Tito Puente.

Why did you want to become a Red Dirt Artist Collaborator?

I am doing my part to support and encourage organizations that are making the effort to collaborate with artists to make a difference in this world.

Current home: Kansas City, MO
Hometown: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Flint Hills' Masters at Strecker Nelson Gallery 2013

Strecker Nelson Gallery presents:

Flint Hills Masters
Exhibit Dates:
August 23 - November 2, 2013

http://www.strecker-nelsongallery.com/GalleryPage.htm

The Strecker-Nelson Gallery is located in 
historic downtown Manhattan, Kansas, upstairs at:
406 1/2 Poyntz Avenue,
Manhattan, KS 66502

Gallery Hours
Monday - Saturday
10 am - 6 pm

Phone:785-537-2099
FAX: 785-539-2139
E-mail: gallery@kansas.net


Featuring forty-seven of the most influential artists of the Flint Hills:
Michael Albrechtsen, Zak Barnes, James Borger,Donna Carrington, Kim Casebeer, Allan Chow, Jean Cook, Louis Copt, Clare Doveton, Mark Flickinger, Ralph Fontenot, Clive Fullager, Kristin Goering, Lisa Grossman, Anthony Benton Gude, James Hagan, Stan Herd, Brian Hinkle, John Hulsey, Yoshiro Ikeda, Cally Krallman, Roy Langford, Oscar Larmer, Joseph Loganbill, Judy Love, Susan Lynn, Judy Mackey, Richard Mattsson, Bill McBride, Bill McCall, Carol McCall, Danny Meisinger, Ron Michaels, Jerry Moon, Joan Parker, Doloris Pederson, Barbara Waterman-Peters, Del Pettigrew, Martha Pettigrew, Matthew Richter, Marrin Robinson, Susan Rose, Dick Sneary, Robert Sudlow, Jean Terry, Rodney Troth, Yeqiang Wang, Diana Werts
Majestic Sunset OOC 24x36 by Allan Chow 2013




34th Annual Westport Art Fair - Show and Save $10 - Booth #74

Featuring New Paintings by Allan Chow 2013 www.allanchow.com





























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34th Annual Westport Art Fair
September 6th - 8th, 2013
Allan Chow - Booth #74
http://www.artwestport.net/ 

We are please to announce that Allan Chow's still life paintings will be participating at the 34th Annual Westport Art Fair this year. Stop by to see his NEW PAINTINGS for the year.

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Offer ends Sept. 12th, 2013.

Thank you!

The Art of Allan Chow


Thursday, July 18, 2013

Kemper Museum: Double Visions Lecture July 12th, 2013

Slideshow presentation by Allan Chow 2013
Left: Alan Branhagen, Erin Dziedzic and Allan Chow 2013

Double Visions Lecture + Happy Hour: Nature Modified
Friday, July 12
Cash Bar: 5:00 p.m., Reading: 6:00 p.m.
Meeting Room| Free

Powell Garden's Director of Horticulture Alan Branhagen will speak about conflicting ideas of gardening and landscape of our region. Artist Allan Chow, a Malaysian and graduate of the Kansas City Art Institute, will speak about his colorful paintings inspired by Kansas City's post industrial landscape.

Special thanks to Jack, Karen Holland, Barbara O'Brien and Erin Dziedzic and Kemper Museum for making this possible.

Last but not least, thank you Mariam, Angela, Michael and Hannah, my love for your unconditional support. I couldn't have done this without you. 

July 15th progress




Wednesday, June 05, 2013

Allan Chow's commission at the Airline History Museum, Kansas City 060113





















Each panel is 13ft x 6 ft big. Lots of work ahead of me but the so far things are going very smoothly. Phase I: Spent the first week priming. Started out with a brush and finished my third coat with house paint rollers to speed things up.  Phase II: This week my goal is to transfer my drawing onto these large canvases. More to come....PHASE III

www.allanchow.com