|"The ancient flow and spirit of the traditional Chinese painters and calligraphers inspired my works as a contemporary Chinese abstract artist. My artwork has inherited the very spirit of the 5,000 year old Chinese Culture as well as the fundamental essence of its many, dynamic philosophies to be found in the traditional Chinese paintings. My art style has added the delicate infusion of the contemporary as well as the dramatic visual language tone of attention "|
|"My works include the recognizable eastern temperament, the exotic ingredient of the contemporary visual style, as well as the interpretations of composition and aesthetics that form the very chemistry of my own personal style of art. My efforts embody the spirit of the traditional Chinese painting style not only in the views at the appeal of the physical world but also permits the viewer to perceive the unseen and exciting reality of the unexplored universe "|
|"I have chosen to communicate directly with the viewers through the use of vibrant color experiences. Combined with my years of western studies, I have been able to mold and create a unique visual dialogue and experience resulting in a true "East Meets West" style of fresh, exciting, and vibrant form of expression"|
|"My work is the sum total of my many journeys through the bold lands of imagination, as well as my fresh perspectives of Mother Nature and the richness of my own universe. My overall artistic mission was to lift the viewer fromthe gravitational pull of reality and soar to greater heights, to gain entrance to a more energized celestial state of being and personal involvement."
|"Jinbao Han is the director of The World Chinese-Artist Association, a member of the Chinese Fine Artist Association, and the former vice chair of the City Environmental Sculpture Office in Shenzhen, China. He received his MFA in mural painting from the Center Art College in China, and his BFA in painting from Mongolia University. His work is exhibited internationally in museums and galleries such as"Guan Shan Yue Art Museum" in Shenzhen, China; "The City of Art" and "Ge La Ha" gallery in Paris, France; the Hong Kong Modern Gallery in Hong Kong, China, and is included in many collections including "Chinese Oil Painting Artist Complete Collection" and many others. He is also the recipient of many awards and grants including: The Best Work at The First Mural Exhibition in China; Excellence Work in "Shenzhen Twenty Years", a fine art exhibition in Shenzhen, China, and The Best Work in "Dapen" art exhibition, also in Shenzhen. He designed and installed many of his artworks from murals on walls (as tall as seven stories), to tapestries on walls. He uses a variety of materials in his mural work, from metal to wood, fabric to stone plate, and plaster mold.
Seven oil and three ink and acrylic on paper paintings. On exhibit at Blowers Gallery from Nov. 1-27.
A meet-the-artist from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 1 in the gallery.
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