The Taipei City Council Art Corridor held a joint exhibition for members of the “Taipei Chinese Painting Research Association” from January 19th to 27th. 96 calligraphers and painters are invited to exhibit 99 paintings and calligraphy works in the exhibition. calligrapher and painter Wu, Li-Ying exhibited Chinese brush painting of landscapes, showing the contrast between dynamic and static through waterfalls, birds, and stones, and the lines of the pictures show Chinese brush painting techniques.
Taipei, Taiwan (Merxwire) – The “Taipei Chinese Painting Research Association” member joint exhibition will be exhibited in the Taipei City Council Art Corridor from January 19th to 27th, 2021. The opening ceremony was held on the 20th. The scene was vivacious. This membership exhibition invited 96 calligraphers and painters to exhibit nearly 99 calligraphy and painting works, including landscapes, flowers and birds, and figures, showing the creative spirit and perseverance of calligraphers and painters. Many art experts and people who love art visited the site and praised the works very much.
Calligrapher and painter Wu, Li-Ying, who studied at the College of Art Design, Hsuan Chuang University, exhibited Chinese brush painting, showing the waterfall’s magnificent scenery. The birds flew up in the picture because they were frightened by the waterfall’s loud sound, highlighting the contrast between static and dynamic. People who appreciate the paintings It is easier to understand the story and artistic conception of the picture.
Wu, Li-Ying said that many people think that art is challenging learning. All art is in life, and everything is a creative subject. As long as you carefully observe various people and things, you will have creative inspiration.I look forward to people who love art, come to the exhibition site to appreciate the paintings and exchange drawing skills.
Every year, the joint member exhibition invites calligraphers and painters to participate in the show together to observe, exchange, and share a creative experience. The group exhibition has become a critical event in the art world, attracting all creators to appreciate the works. People who like art are welcome to go to the Taipei City Council Art Corridor to enjoy the beauty of calligraphy and painting.
Organizer: Taipei Chinese Painting Research Association
Date: January 19 to January 27, 2021
Address: No. 507, Section 4, Renai Road, Xinyi District, Taipei City (Taipei City Council)