Drawings by Eva Bouzard-Hui
Eva Bouzard-Hui taught drawing at Columbia Teachers College and enjoyed teaching the figure in many
imaginative assignments. She utilized the Avery Library as well as other museums for instructive assignments. Dr. Bouzard-Hui enjoys writing about her own drawings and a book a month was made
of the images and poetic descriptions. One can be challenged by the beauty of the Haikus as well
as the wonderful line quality found in each drawing. Sources for inspiration come from current events
as well as daily reactions to situations that Eva Bouzard-Hui experiences in her daily life.
  Drawings by Eva Bouzard-Hui  
 

I constantly showed my work to my husband, Ka Kwong Hui, who always said "no one can draw better in their expression of one's ideas than you".
I took his comments seriously and I wish he would have taken a look at all the drawings that I have done over the past six years. At least one
or two books were created per year, from 2002 until the present, which averages to one book a month, including an Haiku for each drawing.
Presently my inspiration is sparked by the classical drawings at the Pier Morgan Library.

       
August
2002
  October
2002
  November
2002
  March
2003 Vol. 1
  March
2003 Vol. 2
       
April
2003
  May
2003 Vol. 1
  May
2003 Vol. 2
  June
2003
  July
2003 Vol. 1
         
July
2003 Vol. 1
  August
2003
      April
2004
  May
2004
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