‘To the Rescue’ by Hazel Ang
Artist: Hazel Ang
Title: ‘To the Rescue’
Medium: Mixed media on 360gsm paper mounted on cradled wood panel
Dimensions: 7.75″ x 6″
Year of Creation: 2020
About the Artwork:
“The Wolf orders the Ravens to bring the water of life in order to revive Ivan.
I usually work with oils but wanted to work with water mediums + graphite. A watercolour wash was first applied, then on top of the wash the graphite drawing was made. Areas such as the background birch trees were made using gouache. To protect and preserve the image, I used cold wax, which retains the integrity of the image and gives it a silky matt sheen.” – Hazel Ang
About the Artist:
Hazel Ang is a Canadian artist living in Germany. She enjoys working with oils and graphite. She moved from Toronto to Munich where she worked as a vector illustrator specialising in infographic and product design. Following a decade of agency work, she slowly started drawing and painting again. She is inspired by a good story and all flora and fauna. Her current body of works are filled with folkloric narrative, symbolism and the supernatural.