Ink on paper on canvas
Dimensions: 100cm (H) x 70cm (W) / 39.4" (H) x 27.6" (W)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
Blessed Ink A
100 x 70 cm
Ink on Paper on Canvas (Ink on paper and that the paper is stuck on the canvas.)
About Ink on Paper on Canvas
These small ink sketches are sparkles of inspiration. Whenever I see good scenery or read something intriguing in my daily life, I will pick up my paintbrush and casually draw some lines. Then after a while, unexpectedly, I might ﬁnd two or three or four…of the small ink sketches more interesting if put together, and this is how I created my diptychs, triptychs, and quadriptychs. I like this series, for the combinations of these sketches create beautiful rhythms that we often ﬁnd in a suite. Just like a great work of music is made up of different movements, they are inseparable once the paintings are put together.
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Based in: Shanghai
Born in Shanghai
Started learning Calligraphy and Chinese ink painting since 5 years old. Followed old masters, she spent the whole childhood to study and practice as youth calligrapher. She had started to learn western oil painting during the teenager time. After 4 years of Art Collage in Shanghai, She went Japan in 1989. Graduated from Tokyo Musashino Fine Art University, Department of Design in 1995. She lived in Korea & US after Japan, during 1995 to 2000. Niu came back to home city Shanghai established studio, doing artwork & experimenting in various media since 2000. Her style is about painting the spontaneous lines with ease and grace. She often like to use “woman” and love relationship as the theme, very contemporary, yet with traditional oriental soul.
Her works have been shown in China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan, France, Holland, Australia… collected by Singapore National Art Museum, HSBC Private Bank(HSBCPB), and various worldwide private collectors.
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