The exhibition is part of Asian Art in London ( http://www.asianartinlondon.com /). ArtChina will showcase a range of prints, paintings and ceramics.
Mixture watercolour, ink, oil pastel by Tang Chenghua
Acrylic painted on DeHua white porcelain by Yang Qi
THURSDAY 4 – SUNDAY 7 MAY 2017
ROYAL ACADEMY OF ARTS
‘Playing’ by Yang Qi, Woodcut, 45cm x32cm, 2013
Representative Artists: Xu Bing, Shu Xinping, Yang Qi, Yu Chengyou, He Kun, He Weimin, Zhu Jianghui, Chen Qi,Chen Long,Wuon Gean Ho, Lu Zhiping, Mu Beini, Wan Bing,Tang Chenghua
THURSDAY 5 -SUNDAY 8. MAY 2016
REPRESENTATIVE ARTISTS: HAOYAN, HE KUN, HE WEIMIN, ZHU JIANGHUI, TANG CHENGHUA, CHEN LONG, SHU XINPING, CHEN QI, YU CHENGYOU, LU ZHIPING, XIANGThe Royal Academy of Arts is located in Central London on Piccadilly.
Royal Academy of Arts
London W1J 0BD
HRH The Prince of Wales.
At Ninbo 117 Cultural Centre, 14 of the Prince of Wales’s Signed Lithographs based on his watercolours.
The lithographs have covered subjects such as the beautiful royal homes, Balmoral, Sandringham, Highgrove and Windsor Castle, together with landscapes of the Prince’s favourite places, including Yorkshire, Greece, Klosters, Arabia and Scotland which capture the Prince’s love for the natural beauty of the countryside wherever he is.
At: Gibson Antiques
7 Georgian House
10 Bury Street
London SW1Y 6AA
Monday – Friday: 11.00 – 18.00
Saturday, 7 November: 11.00 – 18.00
Sunday, 8 November: 11.00 – 21.00
Saturday, 14 November: 12.00 – 17.00
The vases depicted in these prints exist no longer as ancient porcelain artefacts, instead they serve as traditional elements integrated into contemporary creations, in order to seek the ideal convergence with the beauty of modernism.
Water -a unique collection of water colour woodblock prints
Exhibition: 14th June – 28th June 2014, Monday – Saturday, 10am – 6pm.
9 female printmakers from Nanjing, China; will be exhibiting their traditional Chinese multi-block woodcuts using water based inks at St Barnabas Gallery.The invention of multi-block printing (Dou Ban) enriched the possibilities of creative printmaking in Nanjing during the 15th century, Shi Zhu(Ten Bamboos)Studio was a successful Nanjing workshop in it’s day.
Water is one of the many elements, which evokes special emotion in the eastern artists, it is a necessary part of their practice and it is significant that they use water in their printmaking, this satisfies their tradition and allows a painterly feel to their work, which expresses everyday life in their own perspective.
Among the artists, Chunhua Yang is the professor and has tutored, Wufeng Yu, Xiaoying Zhang, Jiayue Yang, Zhenyi Xia, Zhiqian Zhao, Wenjun Huang, Heng Long, they all studied in ‘Nanjing printmaking institute’.
Along the exhibition, we will run a ‘Traditional Chinese Water-based Multi-blocks printing‘ course with Prof. Yang Chunhua, visiting artist from China on 14-16June at St Barnabas Press