Spring is the season of enjoying flowers blooming and painting. However, due to the serious third wave of the pandemic, the government of Ontario has issued a stay-at-home order for another month from April 8, 2021.
In fact, since March of last year, Ontario has been implementing preventive measures, such as stay-at-home orders.
Under the stay-at-home order, it is still possible to enjoy flowers and paint at home, but there is nowhere to show the finished works. All exhibition spaces must be temporarily closed.
There is nowhere to go, only online.
The OCAA launched an “Online Painting Exhibition” for members. Following the painters Ren Jinchang and Xu Yongping, the latest works of painter Kim-Cherk Wong are also on display now. Everyone is welcome to www.ocaa.info.
Kim-Cherk Wong (Niu Ding) is a native of Lingnan, living in Canada more than forty years. Mr. Wong is one of OCAA’s Art Consultants. He likes brush painting, especially orchid paintings. He is skilled at seal craving as well.