Blessy Man (b.1993, Hong Kong) is a multidisciplinary artist. Graduated at Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) in Spring 2015. She studied in painting in both Hong Kong and Savannah campuses. Influenced by the Arts and Crafts movement, abstraction and Impressionism, Man's work is delicate and semi-abstraction: her illustrational painting mix with playful passages of ephemeral space and elusive subjects; and her 3Doodler installations are structural and in fine-details. While she paints, she often depicts botanic and urban forms cast in sunlight, and sets these elements against a backdrop of repeating pattern wallpaper. To her, making artwork is a powerful method of communication with a wide range of audience.
With the impacts of printmaking and photography, she is also enthusiastic taking snapshot, experimenting digital and exploring any other photographic printing process and film formats; her favorite camera is Pentax auto 110. As well as being a visual artist, Man is also a percussionist, playing in both Chinese orchestra and symphony orchestra for more than a decade. In her work musical theories are relationships of staccato to harmony translating from sound to paint.