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Indomitable Spirit
Wu Chu
6 in x 2 in x 10 in
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Pregnant Venus
Wu Chu
4 in x 3 in x 4 in
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Between Bend & Straight
Wu Chu
4 in x 3 in x 6 in
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Embrace
Wu Chu
4 in x 4 in x 4 in
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Play
Wu Chu
3 in x 2 in x 6 in
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Mother & Son
Wu Chu
7 in x 4 in x 5 in
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Artist Bio
Artist:  Wu Chu
Biography:  1976 Graduated first place from Div. of Design, Dept. of Fine Arts, National Taiwan Normal University.

1984 Began making ceramics with Professor Mr. Liang-Yi Lee.

1995 Began research on glaze formulas. Resumed making ceramics with a passion to create. Two pieces of work won the prize of THE SIXTH CHINESE CERAMICS BIENNIAL EXHIBITION. Invited to participate in NAN-TAO SPECIAL CERAMIC EXHIBITION OF TWO HUNDRED YEARS OF ANNIVERSAY.

1996 Invited to participate in CERAMIC ARTS IN DAILY LIFE - NATIONAL CERAMICS EXHIBITION, FIVE PEOPLE JOINT CERAMIC EXHIBITION at Shui-Fan-Jiao Gallery.

1997 Participated in the EXHIBITION OF THE YEAR OF COW at the Taopei County Cultural Center. Participated in the SECOND ASIAN EXHIBITION OF ARTS AND CRAFTS. Participated in the 1997 CERAMICS EXHIBITION TAIWAN. Participated in THE SEVENTH CHINESE CERAMIC BIENNIAL EXHIBITION. Held a personal exhibition at Ba-Da Gallery.

1998 Won the prize in the THIRD ASIAN EXHIBITION OF ARTS AND CRAFTS. Participated in the exhibition at TAIPEI CHIANG KAI-SHEK International Airport.

1999 Joint Exhibition by POSTAL MUSEUM. Personal Exhibition at REMBERANT SGARDEN GALLERY, SHI CHI ARTCENTERCO,LTD.

2000 Ceramics, Cooper, Oils Personal Exhibition at Taipei International Art Fair. Joint exhibition by Taipei Municipal Wan-Fang Hospital.

Statement:  She has produced a number of pieces on the themes of "Love" and "Free Flowing Style". In the beginning, she did the series of "Love" in memory of her late husband. After that she did "Free Flowing Style". The latter one is her favorite. Simple forms give her the ecstatic joy of freedom to flow. She is always enthralled by raw as well as avantgarde expressions.

Clay is easy to knead, to form, to carve and to break. To a ceramic artist the challenge is ceramic's main charm. It takes a great deal of patience and care. After the raw work is thoroughly air dried, and exquisitely dressed-up with dyes, it enters the purifying heart of the kiln.