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The Spring Breeze is Green
Ru Feng
54 in x 27 in
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In the Small Lane
Ru Feng
27 in x 27 in
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Listening to the Sound in the Mapl Garden
Ru Feng
27 in x 27 in
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Dream of Jiangnan
Ru Feng
27 in x 27 in
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Beautiful Scenery in Jiangnan
Ru Feng
27 in x 27 in
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Secluded Pavilion on Water
Ru Feng
27 in x 27 in
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Artist Bio
Artist:  Ru Feng
Biography:  Ru graduated from the China Academy of Fine Arts, majoring in Chinese mountain-and-water Painting with a B.A. Degree. His works have been shown and awarded in the 3rd Chinese Mountain-and-water Painting Exhibition, the 4th Chinese Detail Painting Exhibition, Exhibition for 300 Artists in Chinese Painting, '97 Jiangsu Mountain-and-water Painting Exhibition, Chinese Painting Exhibition of the North and South, the 1st Jiangsu Art Festival, etc. His works have been featured in over 10 large albums, such as Collection of Contemporary Chinese Mountain-and-water Paintings, the Best of Contemporary Chinese Detail Paintings, 50 Years of Jiangsu Art (Volume of Chinese Painting), Modern Art, etc. His works and achievements can be found in several academic journals, such as Jiangsu Art Monthly, Art Circle, Paper of Fine Arts, Oriental Art. He has held solo shows in Holland, Singapore, Taiwan and Xiamen. He is now a board member of the Tourist Communication Center under China Artists Association, member of Jiangsu Artists Association, vice secretary-general of Suzhou Artists Association, the state grade-2 artist, assistant of the chief editor of Guwuxuan Publishing House and the director of the No. 1 Editorial Department.
Statement:  In his paintings, Ru is capable of re-organizing the mountains, clouds, streams, trees and houses in a new way, from which we can see his solid foundation in basic skill and high capability in composition. He can draw more spontaneously so as to give life to his painting. He has formed a unique language to express his love for the landscape. His paintings, although not lovely to look at, are the record of history and hard life. What is reflected in them is we moderners' thought to history, our yearning for the plain life and memory of childhood dream...Intentionally or not, the artist succeeds combining a poetic mood with his deep feelings in order to add more charm to his work. The breakthroughs of painting result from the breakthroughs of heart, which is told in his work.