Whimsical porcelain sculptures of stretched and distorted human faces


Hong Kong-based Johnson Tsang is a self-taught artist who served 13 years on the Royal Police Force before turning to art in 1991, he’s commissioned to create a series of whimsical and surreal porcelain sculptures called Open Mind that feature distorted human faces. “I feel excited when building an idea in my mind. I find peace of mind when I touch clay. I feel satisfied when a problem is solved,” Tsang said. “I feel grateful when the mission is completed. Then, I feel that I love it more than ever. So I feel excited to start the next project.”


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