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Los Angeles
Zhonggui Shi
Bamboo Lane Gallery
410 Bamboo Lane, 1st Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90012
September 11, 2010 - October 31, 2010


Paintings by Zhonggui Shi

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 freedom and tranquility and the vastness of isolation that is the timelessness of Tibet.

 



Posted by Shanghuan Gu on 9/21/10 | tags: Chinese China asia Tibetan traditional tibet landscape abstract modern

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