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2017 Solo Exhibition Partial Demostration

The essence of magnificent beauty of nature

Lezhi Wang: Traditional Chinese Landscape Painter
Mr. Lezhi Wang, painter of traditional Chinese landscape of mountain and rivers, was born in the 1950’s in Shandong Province, which is beside the east Sea and hometown of sage Confucius. He spends almost all his time in Bei jing, the capital for 800 years the home of Forbidden City, the Temple of Heaven, Summer Palace, embraced by Yan Mountain in the northwest and guarded by West Mountain and surrounded by Yongding River, Chao bai River and Beijing Hangzhou Grand Canal. In the past 20 years, he became a full time painter spending his time on touring more than 30 provinces, visiting the magnificent mountains and rivers including Huangshan, Qiling Moutain, Shengnongjia, Zhangjiajie, which laid foundation for his character. Furthermore, he went abroad to ex pand his vision including Siamese Buddhist temple, Dongying Gar den, Malacca Strait, Colorado Grand Canyon, Yosemite Redwood Forest, Niagara Falls.... He went through 6 decades of life with all kinds of difficulties and devot ed 50 years of time in painting. Now he is presenting his dozens of works painted in recent 10 years with is heart and might.
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The essence of traditional Chinese landscape painting gives the emphasis to the mood and atmosphere of the scenery instead to give the detail description of the reality. The mood and atmosphere is purely produced by the painter. After stepping on mountains and rivers, touched by the magnificent beauty of nature, painter will produce the urges of creating, which will be fermented and developed by adding images and shapes and calculating the way of expression. Eventually the painter will communicate all the ideas and thinkings by his brushes and make a special picture by releasing all his talents and skills at once.
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The Chinese painters pursuit the broadness in their minds, and the styles of the painting concentrate to the freeness and easiness, while the essence of the product is far-sighted and abstract. The so called ‘mood and atmosphere’ dedicate to the idea of “formation of changing”. Which is just like the Chinese character, the root is pictograms, then enriched by radical and sound. And the Chinese martial arts, which is developed from imitation of animals, then nurtured by leveraging of forces and harmony. Taking another example, the Chinese cooking, which is based on materials collected from fields and became delicious dishes owing to seasoning and controlling the cooking temperatures.
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Exhibition Schedules

  • Location:

    265 West 37th Street,
    16th Floor, New York, NY 10018

  • Time:

    Opening Gala:Friday October 13, 2017, 7:00 PM
    Closing Ceremony:Monday October 23, 2017, 7:00 PM

  • 10/13 - 10/14

    Studio Arte

    Opening Ceremony
    7 P.M. - 9 P.M.

    by Artosino

  • 10/13 - 10/23

    Studio Arte

    Exhibition
    9 A.M. - 9 P.M.

    by Tony Lin, Emma Wang

 

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Tony Lin 林颖明,Emma Wang 王瑞子

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Lezhi Wang, Chinese Traditional Landscape Painter