Nancy Lim-Liang
Practicing in Sydney and Seoul.

Nancy Liang is an artist who predominately works with paper and collage.
Her artwork is often presented as a cross between hand-craft and digital technique that spans across a variety of mediums such as animation, illustration, installation and sculpture. Her projects explore subjects such as place and history, and more recently her experiences rooted in and between both Chinese and Korean households in Australia.

She has a keen interest in Chinese and Korean folk-culture, mythology and traditional arts and crafts.
In her spare time she dabbles in embroidery and ceramics, and works with buncheong at her pottery space 반달, ban-dal, Half moon

Selected Clients
SBS Australia / Transport for NSW / Broached Commissions / The Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences / Arts Centre Melbourne / The Guardian  / Penguin Books / The Washington Post / Variety / The Correspondent / The City of Sydney / The Lily / The New Yorker / The National Museum of Australia / Sydney Women's Fund / The Museum of Chinese Australian History / Cumberland City Council etc.

Say hello @


The Jacky Winter Group


North America


Slow Movement

Shanghai, China

More work

Art Classes & Workshops
Little Moons resumes in Term 3 (Monday 17 July to Friday 22 September).

Creating in Dharug land. I acknowledge Aboriginal Traditional Owners of Country throughout Australia and pay respect to their cultures and Elders past, present and emerging.