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Huang Wen Rong Chinese Art Painting Exhibition

Posted Date: Thursday, June 2, 2016

Exhibition Opening Ceremony Date and Time : 05 June 2016 (Sunday), 11am
Venue : Daiichi Art Space
25, Jalan Argyll, 10050 Georgetown. Penang

Official Opening by Dato' Alvin Lim Theng Hooi DSPN, DJN, PKT, Executive Chairman, Arita Group of Companies
Admission : Free for public

Refreshments will be served.

Exhibition Period: 5 June - 12 June 2016
Exhibition Opening Hours: 1pm - 6pm, Tuesdays to Sundays, Closed on Monday.
Huang Wen Rong's Biodata

Huang Wen Rong was born in 1933 in Anhui, Wuhu. He is now a visiting professor at Tianjin Art Academy of Fine Arts and a member of China Artists Association. In his early years, he had learnt from art masters such as Liu Hai Su and Guan Liang. He graduated from the Tianjin Art Academy of Fine Arts and his teachers included Li Luo Gong, Sun Qi Feng, Wang Mai Gan and Mu Jia Qi. His career in art spans more than 50 years and his works have won many major awards. His works are collected by art collection institutions and private collectors. His nianhua (New Year painting) painting entitled “New approach” (collective work) was exhibited at the National Art Exhibition in 1964 and is now collected by Tianjin Museum of Art. Another piece of his nianhua (New Year painting) entitled “Grandmother Bridge” won an award at the International Peace Nianhua Exhibition and is collected by the Peace Art Gallery in Japan. His Chinese ink painting “A picture of Longchuan” (in collaboration with Huang Jian) was selected for the National Chinese Paintings Exhibition 2003. His work entitled “Huang Binghong, Anhui” was selected to take part in the First National Print Invitation Exhibition 2004 held in Tanggu, Tianjin. His print work “New Anjiang” entered the First National Watermark Print Academic Invitational Exhibition 2008 and is collected by Nanjing Art Academy. In 2009, he was invited to take part in the Palace Museum Golden Autumn Exhibition held in conjunction with the 60th anniversary of the founding of China. In 2011, his paintings entitled ‘Jiangnan Water Towns Series” (12 paintings) were featured on the platform tickets issued by Beijing Railway Bureau and were published as an album of limited edition.



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