Exhibit Catalog

As part of Yale-China’s mission of fostering understanding between Chinese and Americans, the Art Exhibit Series presents art and artists who explore elements, subjects, or themes inspired by Yale-China’s work at the intersection of Chinese and American culture.

Yale-China is proud to present Michael Sloan as its featured artist during the 2013-2014 year. Michael's understanding of Hong Kong culture has evolved out of years of relationship building and friendly communication—pillars of Yale-China's legacy.

Artwork for Sale

Below are the thumbnails of 18 original watercolor paintings by Michael Sloan. They are all available as giclee prints, and several originals are still available. Giclee prints are $215-$265, and originals range from $2,250-$5,000. Greeting cards (8 cards and 8 envelopes, $20) and exhibit books ($30) are also available. Proceeds benefit both the artist and Yale-China's arts program.


Locksmith shop near Queens Road Central. Rubber stamp shop. Butcher in Sheung Shui street market. Butcher at Tai Po market,
Hong Kong.

Shoe repairman, Mong Kok. The pipa player, Tai Po Market. Juice bar, Mong Kok. Fisherwoman in her boat,
Sai Kung public pier.

Parallel trader waiting for a train to the mainland border. Mainland Chinese shoppers at Shatin mall. Advertisement in a Hong Kong subway car. Street scene at twilight,
Sai Kung.

Waiter outside a waterfront restaurant in Sai Kung, 5:30PM. Fisherman repairing his net,
Sai Kung.
Sidewalk poetry, Shanghai. Michael Sloan exhibit book

Fruit stands at dusk. Lunchtime on Tung Choi Street, Mong Kok. Fa Yuen street market,
Mong Kok East.
Michael Sloan greeting cards (8 cards, 8 envelopes)

About the Exhibit

To learn more about the exhibit, which was on view from September 1, 2013 through June 30, 2014, visit the exhibit page.

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