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Paintings by Zhonggui Shi  
Zhonggui Shi at Bamboo Lane Gallery September 11th, 2010 - October 31st, 2010
Posted 9/21/10

Mr. Shi paints Tibetan landscapes in the traditional Chinese manner of ink and wash painting on rice paper, but with extremely vivid colors and in a somewhat abstract style. Animals of the highland plains such as Yaks are silhouetted against the vibrant colors of dawn and dusk and highlight the scale of the landscape throughout the four seasons and migratory birds populate the lower marshlands and give voice to the endless silence of the horizons.  The paintings capture a sense of both the freed... [more]

Digitally preserving The Chinese Rock Art  
8/12/10 Posted 8/12/10

(Excerpt from 'ASU helping China digitally preserve rock art' posted on Archaeology Daily News; Aug 2010. Found on Arizona State University lends assistance to help preserve cultutal heritage of China. China has a rich cultural heritage that stretches far into the distant past. In recent years, China has invested increasing efforts in preserving this heritage for present and future generations.... [more]

Baking - Xie Xiaobing's Solo Exhibition  
7/29/10 Posted 7/29/10

Baking - Solo Exhibition by Xie Xiaobing For Us, the Strokes of ink, paper fibre, Chinese characters and burning; these are unavoidable Chinese cultural symbols. These are also the artist's reflections on the high-speed development of Chinese society and the moment's changing culture. - Lan Yan Red Elation Gallery is pleased to presenting a new expiation for a talented Chinese Artist Xie Xiaobing with featuring a collection of sculptures in the period of June 26, 2010 until August 27, 2010. Abou... [more]

Baking - Xie Xiaobing's Solo Exhibition  
7/27/10 Posted 7/27/10

Baking - Xie Xiaobing Baking: Material made dry and hot through the process of dehydration after formation through burning. (Xinhua Dictionary) Ink, Paper fibre, Chinese characters, burning... Ink, fiber paper, Chinese character, burning - these are the symbols of Chinese culture. However, with the rapid development of Chinese society nowadays and under the impact of Western culture, the concept of modern Chinese culture appears chaotic and communication is difficult. The artist hopes to use ink, paper fibre, ch... [more]

Young Chinese Artists Wanted  
Posted 2/14/10

We are art gallery based in Vietnam/Singapore and is seeking young chinese artists for collaboration and co-operation in the distribution and procurement of their art for the SouthEast Asian market. Please visit our web site at - and write in to the Artistic Director/Curator of ARTINNO at with your CV profiles and 3-6 images files or your web site for viewing. Thank you. [more]

I want to go home ,  
1/23/10 Posted 1/23/10

I want to go home , 2009 Creat Material: Paper. Ink. Mineral pigments. Size: Height 192cm. Width 112cm Chinese paintings Human Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is an eternal theme. Is also our responsibility and obligation of every person. An artist is more            Have the responsibility and obligation to use their works to arouse the people caring for each animal around. Harmony. To live together in the same            One earth [more]

Try explain “As if life from dream” I  
11/13/09 Posted 11/13/09

  试释”如梦人生” I 如梦人生是个很抽象的主题.对于抽象艺术来说: 用抽象艺术的技巧和手法来描绘现实的主题. 用抽象艺术的技巧和手法来描绘抽象的主题. 用抽象艺术的技巧和手法来描绘既现实又抽象的主题. 如梦人生是用抽象的艺术技巧和手法来描绘很抽象的主题.如梦人生,一般来说是说明人生的短暂就象黄粱一梦的感叹! 梦是抽象的主题.作者用人生的甜,酸,苦,辣,辛五味相对应的红,黄,蓝,白,黑五色来人生概括反影如梦人生.实在是妙哉! 各人有各人的人生经历,有的尽不相同,只是甜,酸,苦,辣,辛的比率不同而已.因而   各人对如梦人生理解,感触和体味及哲理的不同.所以就主题来说人生是很难的概括而作者巧妙地运用了五行中的五色来描绘人生.确实是妙不可言的. 所以我很喜爱此作.而结果临了五六张都失败了.怎么也画不出这种特有的韵味.因而知道了先生必有一种或几种特殊的技巧或手法和那种灵感一呵而就. 所以我想试问先生:如果你自己来复制我想也未必能复制成功吧.或许是另一幅”如梦人生呢.因为我想此时和彼时的心境和灵感不可能完全相同的.不知对否?我虽说不能完全对先生的了解.但也不惑于对先生功... [more]

Private Dealer Wanted  
Posted 9/8/09

I am an Asian-Chinese artist based in Vietnam and Singapore. I am seeking a private dealer who can works based on a contract basis for the marketing and promotion of works in New York. Please visit - site at for viewing of works. Any interested party, please write to Ang YianSann at [more]

Help me find out who this artist is of this Authentic original piece of Chinese Painting!  
8/7/09 Posted 8/7/09


8/1/09 Posted 8/1/09

What is war given to people? Don't know. Few days ago, I read with interest of a book about movie posters in Hong Kong, I came across the Chinese movie called Assembly. I just got the movie and will give you a review after watching it. [more]

Two-man show in Alameda  
7/3/08 Posted 4/26/11

Contra Costa Times -- Art in the Bay Area By Laura CaseyThursday, July 3rd, 2008 at 10:52 am in museum. Alameda sculptor Feng Jin e-mailed me to tell me about his show at the Alameda museum, opening this weekend. It is called “Symphony of Chinese Calligraphy and Sculpture.”Jin has partnered with Taiwanese calligrapher Mei Chu Chang to present this show, open now until July 30.Chang is an accomplished traditional calligrapher and has even presented some of his work to the Vatican. He breaks fro... [more]

Jo Sherwood at The Wilshire Ebell Theatre January 19th, 2008 - January 20th, 2008
Posted 2/4/08

LOS ANGELES CHINESE CONSULATE AND MAYOR’S OFFICE HONOR ARTIST JO SHERWOODSherwood’s “China’s Isolated Mountain Villages” sheds light on unknown Chinese cultures Los Angeles, Calif.--Artist and Cultural Documentarian Jo Sherwood was honored January 18 for her efforts to raise awareness of isolated and endangered cultures through her art. Sherwood’s “China’s Isolated Mountain Villages” opened at the historic Wilshire Ebell Fine Art Gallery with an emphasis on cultural exchange and cooperation. Sherwood was hon... [more]

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