The Art of Writing
Calligraphy is one of the most sublime forms of visual art from ancient China, closely allied with Chinese paintings using ink and brush. It unfolds in time like music and dance. Yet it retains tangible rhythms and concrete traces of writing on the absorbent rice paper or silk. The elevated status of calligraphy reflects the monumental importance of written word in China.
In terms of the theme and artistic form, Chinese painting embodies the ideology and aesthetic orientation of the Chinese nation. It is also a reflection of the Chinese people’s understanding of nature and society as well as the related politics, philosophy, religion, morality and art.
Chinese Brush Painting, Ink Splash 潑墨
- The simple beauty of nature 一花一世界
Chinese Calligraphy in Cursive Script 草書藝術
- Ancient poetry by Li Po 李白 詩 獨坐敬亭山
- Ink Techniques
Chinese Calligraphy in Running Script
- Lanting Xu "Orchid Pavilion Preface" 王羲之蘭亭序
Contemporary Chinese Painting 當代國畫
- With Modern Composition & Techniques
Ink Plum Blossom in Traditional Writing Skill
- Inspired by Yuan artist Wang Mian 王冕墨梅