Sculptures and vessels made by famed local ceramic artist Anissa Fung Siu-han are on display at the Ngau Chi Wan Civic Centre. The 'Space Between Fingers' exhibition features 16 recent works from Ms Fung which reveal her accomplishments and innovations in ceramic art. The event is staged as part of the Second Hong Kong Artists Series Exhibition organised by the Hong Kong Museum of Art. It will run until September 24. The exhibition aims to promote Hong Kong art and enable the public to appreciate the talents of local artists such as Jat See-yeu, Cheng Wei-Kwok, Leung Kui-ting and Ha Bik-chuen. Ms Fung excels in making ceramic pots, each of which has its own story to tell. 'The huge thrown pots contain my views of life - imageries of flowers and fruits inspired by nature, and visual interests in humorous shapes,' Ms Fung said. The seven-piece Pots of Wish is one of Ms Fung's most outstanding works. Critics say it reveals her sense of simplicity, with a sensuous touch of colour and texture, complemented by highly sophisticated techniques. Ms Fung, who was born in Hong Kong, graduated from the art and design teacher training course at England's Grantham College of Education in 1982. She studied ceramic art and product design at Central St Martin's College in London and graduated in 1988. After her return to the territory she worked as a teacher and designer. She has staged about 26 exhibitions in Hong Kong and overseas and lectures in the Fine Arts Department at the Hong Kong Institute of Education.