Graduating with an Education Degree from the National Taiwan Normal University in 1963, Sia Boon Chuan was once the President of the Malaysian Watercolour Society. His paintings cover a wide range of themes including Australia’s Gold Coast, Indonesia’s Bali Island, Taipei’s Yeliu Geopark, Lotus Flowers of West Lake, as well as Bright Summit Peak and Jade Screen Pavilion of Mt Huangsan. Local sceneries like the Red Square in Malacca, Komtar landmark in Penang, fishing boats of Terengganu, Kuantan seaside and fishing villages of Sarawak are also part of his works. Every piece of his work presents beauty and calmness, where the soft touches of watercolours leave an impeccable finish to the paintings, depicting the love of his life as an artist.
谢文川, 古城雨景 Raining Season, 55x75, 2014